|Implementation Zone:||5 metropolitan cities (Lahore, Karachi, Rawalpindi, Quetta, Peshawar)|
GSM started its work in TB back in 2005 with “Active Case Detection” strategy in metro cities of the country under the Round 3 Grant. This active case TB detection strategy proved to be a success.
|Theme:||TB Drug Management and TBDMIS|
|Implementation Zone:||Nationwide with 3 implementing partners|
Greenstar started Round 8 in 2009 with the goal to reduce morbidity and mortality due to TB in Pakistan and health system strengthening by bridging the gap for TB treatment through pursuing high quality DOTS expansion, and enhancing the capacity of health providers all across Pakistan with support from three Sub Recipients.
|Implementation Zone:||22 districts including 5 metropolitan (Lahore, Karachi, Rawalpindi, Quetta, Peshawar)|
GSM entered in Round - 9 Grant in 2010 with the vision of “Improving Access to Quality DOTS” i-e implementation of DOTS through PPM and have achieved great outcome with intense dedication across 22 major districts of Pakistan
|Donor:||KfW / EPOS|
|Theme:||Active Case Detection/PPM|
|Implementation Zone:||6 districts of KP|
|Implementation Zone:||13 districts including metros|
DOTS implementation at private health provider (doctor) with provision of free diagnosis and treatment to patients, referral of TB symptomatic from informal providers including pharmacies, community awareness and mobilization events followed by outreach chest camps were the key strategies of NFM Grant
Greenstar has successfully completed NFM grant under umbrella of National Program by detecting 51,234 TB cases i-e 102% achievement against the assigned task. In addition, Greenstar has conducted more than 4,600 community events including meeting with community influential and Community Gathering meetings, where 122,300 community members were sensitized, mobilized and given awareness about TB disease. GSM also screened 116000 patients and detected around 4000 patients through chest camps who otherwise might not get a chance to get the required treatment and might remain a source of disease transmission among community.