Anamaya was born from the dire need to address the poor state of health and well-being that continues to marginalise tribal communities in India.
Anamaya, the tribal health collaborative will improve health outcomes for 10.4 crore Tribal People and help India achieve its SDG 2 and 3 goals by 2030.
Multi-stakeholder collaborative committed to end preventable deaths for tribal and other marginalized communities across India.
Tribal peoples are more susceptible to diseases
THEORY OF CHANGE
Improving tribal health outcomes by elevating community voices that inform and strengthen public health and knowledge systems.
ACHIEVING TB MUKT ABHIYAAN BY 2025
- Building capacities of Front-line workers, Self Help Groups to contain the spread of TB in tribal communities
- Ensuring identified TB Patients complete their prescribed treatment
- Influencing community behavior to ensure early detection and faster referrals
- Leveraging Technology to track outbreaks and improve convergence of support systems
INTEGRATE TRADITIONAL TRIBAL MEDICINES
- Generating scientific evidence, preserving, and codifying the knowledge of tribal traditional medicine
- Classification, and codification procedures for the efficacy of tribal traditional medicines
- Identification of medicinal plants used in manufacturing tribal medicines
- Documentation of evidences of tribal medicinal usage, benefits; included in AYUSH ministry
- Partner with tribal healers, academic, research institutions to conserve, and grow the ingredients used
Developing culturally sensitive health system
- Document unique cultural practices, cultural interlinkages
- Building culturally sensitive, enriched public health programs
- Inform cultural sensitivity in policy formation, intervention design
- Promotion of health through art and cultural collaboration
SUPPORTING PARTICULARLY VULNERABLE TRIBAL GROUPS (PVTG) DEVELOPMENT MISSION
- Providing technical assistance to the Ministry of Tribal Affairs for designing Information, education, communication (IEC) strategy
- Strategize interventions to provide better healthcare services for Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups (PVTG)
- Support Scaling up of piloted interventions to reduce IMR,MMR in Particularly Vulnerable Tribal Groups (PVTG)
PRESERVING TRADITIONAL HEALING PRACTICES OVER GENERATIONS
- Identify, collectivize, certify tribal healers who prescribe valid herbal medicines
- Certify 5000+ Tribal healers across 75 tribal districts
- Collaboration with Quality council of India, University of Trans Disciplinary Sciences for certification
- Work with Central, State Government for integration of 5000+ certified tribal healer, scale certification
- Create live tribal healers mapping mechanism
Identification, support, care to reduce TB burden amongst the tribal population.
- 174 districts with 25% + Tribal population
- Reached 3 cr Tribal people, 1.03 cr screened for TB
- 10,000 new TB patients identified
Build capacities of Front-line workers, SHGs to contain the spread of TB in tribal communities
Ensure identified TB Patients complete their prescribed medication dosage
Influence community behavior to ensure early detection, faster referral .Leverage Technology to track outbreaks, improve convergence
WORLD DIABETES FOUNDATION NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASE (NCD) PROJECT
Generating community awareness and screening for diabetics in Assam
To improve the management of diabetes and hypertension in 31 districts of Assam, this project strengthened the health system and empowered communities. Jan Arogya Samitis and peer support groups have been constituted for community action. 1,166 public health facilities have been assessed for readiness to deliver comprehensive care to diabetes and hypertension patients.
SAKSHAM (MAADOL)-STRENGTHENING MATERNAL NEWBORN CHILD HEALTH (MNCH) SERVICES
Saksham has helped pregnant women access wage compensation worth over INR 41 lakh. The Program has trained 112 Ajeevikas in collaboration with the State Rural Livelihoods Mission, strengthened Anaemia Mukt Self Help Groups, created District Task Forces for MNCH and reconstituted 6 Village Health, Sanitation, and Nutrition Committees (VHSNCs).
SHRI G KISHAN REDDY
Union Culture Minister
Tribal healer, Gariyaband, Chhattisgarh
Tribal Healer, Santhali serving his community for 25 years in Sahebganj, Jharkhand