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Title: Dr Ashish Vijay Jain Jubilant Organosys Ltd New Delhi 13'12'07


1
Dr Ashish Vijay Jain Jubilant Organosys Ltd New
Delhi 13.12.07
  • Journey towardsFreedom From TB
  • - Jubilant experience

2
Making Science work for you…
3
What we are -
  • Largest Speciality chemical company in India.
  • Emerging pharmaceutical player.
  • Knowledge driven with major focus on R D.
  • Operates a Community Health centre in
    Gajraula(SMC) for last 15 years.

4
Why Tuberculosis Cure -
  • Need assessment study-revealed high prevalence of
    Tb in the community.
  • Various options were considered.
  • GOI RNTCP DOTS program was found to be the best.
  • We felt we could partner with Govt approached
    the authorities.

5
PPP The Jubilant Journey
  • Nov 2004 DTO invites SMC to set up a DOTS
    centre.
  • Feb 2005 Visit by WHO officials to study
    feasibility
  • July 2005 RNTCP Implemented in distt JP Nagar.
  • July 2005 Visit By Dr Teja Ram(CTB Div,GOI)
    Dr Rajesh Raju(WHO).
  • July 2005 Give consent to begin RNTCP/DOTS
  • Aug 2005- DOTS Centre at SMC begins activities.

6
Corporate sector involvement- Advantages
  • Efficient service delivery
  • Reach in rural areas
  • Expertise in management .
  • Some corporates already have healthcare
    facilities.

7
Advantages of SMC
  • Catering to 45 villages(1.5 lacs population)
  • Already collaborating with GOI for RCH
    services,pulse polio.
  • Infrastructure available.
  • Easily accessible on NH 24
  • Trust of local community.

8
Govt Support to SMC
  • Training supervision of manpower
  • Timely Availability of drugs.
  • IEC support.
  • Supervision,local campaigns.
  • Providing staff in case of shortage.

9
Facilitators to SMC - WHO
  • Technical Support advocacy
  • Troubleshooting drug shortage,lack of support
    from Govt MO,lack of manpower
  • Motivation
  • Arrangement of MOTC training.
  • Analysis,interpretation trend generation.

10
Facilitators to SMC-CII,WEF
  • Provided a platform
  • Invited other corporates to visit SMC,helping
    replication.
  • Introduced to other helpful partners
  • Provided technical help

11
Facilitators to SMC-DDG(Tb)
  • Provided support supervision
  • Initiated Transforming SMC to become a TU
  • Motivating other sectors to replicate SMC Model.

12
Implementing Agencies
13
Phase 1 DOTS
14
Phase 2 INVOLVING SCHOOL CHILDREN TO PROMOTE IEC
15
Phase 3 EDUCATING WOMEN,ASHA WORKERS
16
Phase 4 POLITICAL SUPPORT
17
Phase 5 PROJECT JANSANCHETNA
  • Health Education and Community Outreach
  • Objective the project

To create awareness on HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis and
Malaria to change behaviour pattern in Gajraula
Gangeshwari Block covering a population of
241,673.
18
Barriers to Public-Private Partnership
19
Within Public sector
1. Ideological opposition 2. Prejudice about
profit motive 3. Fear of dilution of power 4.
Lack of information
20
Within Private Sector
  • 1. Lack of Trust
  • 2. Lack of training information
  • 3. Infrastructure limitations to
  • perform public health tasks
  • 4. Doubts about quality of care in
  • public sector

21
The Solution
  • Build trust between public and private
  • sectors.
  • 2. Sharing of infrastructure between public
    private sectors
  • 3. Enlist private healthcare institutions
  • and private practitioners.
  • 4. Providing Technical support training

22
Replicating PPP Other sectors
  • HIV/AIDS Already with NACO,ILO
  • Malaria in association with UP Govt. (Proposed)
  • Polio with GOI Rotary International
  • Quality of life CBWE, Bareilly
  • RCH UP Govt.
  • Cataract Operations Local NGOs
  • Few eg….

23
JUBILANT ILO HIV AIDS PROGRAM
24
JUBILANT ROTARY POLIO PROGRAM
25
JUBILANT UP GOVT CATARACT PROGRAM
26
A Healthy Future
A healthy future
27
We can pull and haul and push and drive, We can
print and plough and weave and heat and light, We
can run and race and swim and fly and drive, We
can see and hear and count read and
write….. But remember please, the law by which
we live, We are not built to comprehend a lie, We
can neither love nor pity not forgive- If you
make a slip in handling a us, you die. -
Rudyard Kipling, The Secret of the Machine
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