The role of NGOs especially the voluntary agencies (not for profit NGOs) is being increasingly recognised in planning and policy circles as an effective complementary / supplementary strategy.

As the NGOs are the first level of contact in the community, access to diagnosis and treatment could be made available nearer to the community. They also could be involved not only in case finding but also on follow up of patients.


  • Dr. Simha / Ms. Neerajakshi, Voluntary Health Association of Karnataka, 60, Rajini Nilaya, Ramakrishna mutt roadd, Ulsoor, Bangalore-560 006. Ph: 5546606(0)/5252688; Mobile:9845023681

  • Fr. Jayam / Sr. Elize Mary, CHAIKA, C/o St. John's Medical College Hospital, Sarjapur Road, Bangalore-560 034. ph:5530724

  • Dr. Sukant Singh, Christian Medical association of India, HVS Court, III Floor, 21, Cunningham Road, Bangalore-560 052. ph: 2205837/2205464

  • Dr. Daniel, Action Aid, C/o SKIP House, III Floor, Mission Road, Bangalore-560 025. Ph:2990420

  • Dr. Ravi Narayan, Community Health Cell, No. 367, Srinivasa Nilaya, Jakkasandra I amin road, I Block Koramangala, bangalore - 560 034. Ph:5531518; Ph/Fax:5525372;
Last Updated on:06/05/2014