HIV & AIDS Prevention, Care & Support is one of the core area of
MAMTA’ S intervention. HIV is a biological entity that is responsive
to medical interventions, but the epidemic has continued to expand,
largely due to the failure to tackle societal conditions that
increase HIV risk and vulnerability.
MAMTA has been implementing different projects & programs as to
respond HIV and AIDS, addressing the (un) met needs of vulnerable
sections of the population and extensively worked with the community
& service system to bring about a change towards addressing health
issues at micro & macro level. Community Mobilization, Strengthening
/ Capacity Building of Community Institutions formal – non formal &
PNGOs, Networking & Advocacy are the basic strategies of the
execution. During the course of working with system, MAMTA has been
designated National Training Resource Institution (NTRI) by NACO &
UNDP to roll out Link Worker Scheme (LWS) under NACP III
specifically in A & B Category Districts of Rajasthan, UP, Bihar,
Chhattisgarh and Orissa state in Northern India.
Presently MAMTA is directly and indirectly implementing different
thematic based HIV, AIDS & TB Projects in close coordination with,
MoH&FW, NRHM, NACO, SACS, Positive Network of PLHIV at District,
State & National level as to compliment the efforts of National &
International Government & Non Government Organizations.
As per MAMTA experience, focus is given in community mobilization
and involvement as these strategies facilitate work that focuses on
changing attitudes and behaviour. MAMTA has also developed training
modules to promote interventions by PNGOs and CSO on such topics as
techniques for data collection, and data analysis, participative
prevention, building partnerships in the area of HIV/AIDS & TB, peer
education, community involvement and participative evaluation.
MAMTA believes in preventive measures to help keeping HIV/AIDS
figures low through a efforts with contribution from of the health
system and target community through transformation of knowledge and