MUMBAI: The Operation ASHA that has been serving under-served members of the community suffering from contagious Tuberculosis for the past many years, had singular honor being recognized as one of the 44 out 1000 NGOs in India as a leader in innovator in the healthcare field in the country.
The Center for Health Market Innovations released a report on innovations in healthcare and the Operation ASHA is highlighted along with 44 others out of over 1000 NGOs that have been profiled by Center for Health Market Innovations in the last few years.
Not only that, Harris View, alumni magazine of Harris School of Public Policy, University of Chicago carried a cover story on Operation ASHA. The cover page had a picture of a slum that ASHA serves and mentioned its innovative methodology.
This not for profit NGO has established more than 200 treatment centers across 2000 disadvantaged communities in India and Cambodia that reach out to 4.9 million individuals.