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  NGO Name

JSS (Jan Swasthya Sahyog)

  Year Established

1999

  Primary Contact

Dr. Anurag Bhargava & Dr. Yogesh Jain

  Address

I-4, Parijat Colony,

 

Nehru Nagar,

  District

Bilaspur

  State

Chattisgarh

  PIN

495 001

  Email

janswasthya@gmail.com

  Phone 1

+91 – 7752 - 247

  Phone 2

-

  Fax

+91 - 7752 - 247966

     

  NGO Work

 

  Category

Health

  Website

www.geocities.com/jss_ganiyari

  Annual Budget

Rs.

  FCRA clearance?

Yes

 

 

         

  NGO Visit Information

  Contact Info.

Visit made by Srinadh Madhavapeddi
Date of visit: January 19, 2003, November 2005, November 2007
AID Chapter: Dallas
srinadhm@yahoo.com - Srinadh Madhavapeddi
* Visit made by Sunita Mani & Srinadh Madhavapeddi - November 2007
Phone - 214 986 7864
sunitamani@yahoo.com
Visit made by Rishi Pampati Dec 2008
rishi.pampati@gmail.com
Visit made by Vasundhara Rangaswamy , Bay Area, in January 2009
Visit made by Dr. Jonathan Fine - June 2009

 
 
   

  NGO - Chapter / Coordinator

  Number of chapters or coords coordinating this ngo

  5

 

  Send email to chapter coords?

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  +  Dallas / Sunita Mani
  +  Chicago / Anubhav Gupta
  +  KansasCity / Nitin Mamillapally
  +  BatonRouge / Ashwat Ramani
  +  BayArea / Vasundhara Rangaswamy
   

  Projects List

Amount Funded

  +  JSS Salary & Leprosy research support

$ 16500

 

  +  PhaseII_JSS (Year 2006-2007)

$ 21000

 

  +  VIllageCreche-JSS-2008

$ 11019

 

  +  Phase ii JSS (Year 2008)

$ 13333

 

  +  JSS-GrainBank-SRI

$ 8333

 

  +  2009-JSS-MedicalEquipment

$ 10822

 

  +  2009-jss-villagecreche

$ 16000

 

  +  JSS general 2009

$ 7755

 

  +  Bicycles for health workers and Dais

$ 7751

 

  +  2010-jss-villagecreche

$ 22844

 

  +  jss general 2010

$ 7777

 

  +  jss leprosy 2010

$ 20888

 

  +  JSS Phulwari_2010

$ 25000

 

  +  JSS Support of Priority Medical equipmen..

$ 60000

 

  +  JSS Leprosy 2011

$ 15053

 

  +  JSS Solar Lamps 2011 Phase i, ii

$ 12244

 

  +  JSS Ambulance 2011

$ 3200

 

  +  JSS Protein supplement for TB patients 2..

$ 6300

 

  +  JSS Cell phone for health workers 2011

$ 2906

 

  +  Expansion of Hospital Facilities

$ 37333

 

  +  JSS: Support for Salaries, Housing and E..

$ 37333

 

  +  2011 - JSS - Phulwari

$ 12000

 

  +  2011-JSS-NetworkingLab

$ 1111

 

  +  Treatment and care of cardiac patients

$ 21000

 

  +  Financial Support for Training of 2 Heal..

$ 2000

 

  +  JSS cell phone

$ 0

 

  +  JSS public transport

$ 3200

 

  +  JSS Tuberculosis - 2012

$ 4666

 

  +  JSS protein supplements - 2012

$ 8000

 

  +  JSS Phulwari Program (June 2012)

$ 0

 

  +  Treatment and social support for very po..

$ 2609000

 

  +  JSS Electronic Medical Records

$ 85555

 

  +  JSS-Tuberculosis & Leprosy care 2013-14

$ 1841250

 

  +  JSS Phulwari 2015

$ 137102

 

  +  JSS Phulwari 2015

$ 137102

 

  +  JSS Phulwari 2015

$ 137102

 
 

 Total 

$ 5362479

 

 

 

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  NGO Goals

 

 

Creating a system of primary health care which builds on a continuing and mutually enriching dialogue with the people and derives its strength and long term sustenance from this
♦ Providing appropriate rational and low cost health care services delivered with empathy and love. We shall endeavor to make them holistic.
♦ Identifying problems during our work which demand scientific scrutiny, and working on them on a long term basis.
♦ Be more...

  Achievements

 

A village health program, providing preventive and curative services, based on 43 trained village health workers (VHWs) in 21 tribal villages. All of these VHWs are women, who work as volunteers and have been elected by their respective villages. Curative services, at the moment, comprise of treatment of diarrhoea, respiratory and ear infections in children and malaria and scabies for all age grou more...

  Summary

 

Committed to developing a low-cost and effective health program that provides both preventive and curative services in the tribal and rural areas of Bilaspur district of Chhattisgarh state in central India.

 
 
 

  

 
 

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