|Donor||GEOGRAPHICAL COVERAGE||Scope / Objectives||Duration of the Project||VALUE in PKR||Status|
|Mercy Corps International (PR-TGF)||Kohat, Haripur, Charsadda, Malakand, Mardan, Abbottabad, Bannu, Battagram, Buner, Lower Dir, Mansehra, Swat, Chitral, Shangla, Upper Dir, Hangu,Nowshera & Swabi||1-Scale up of PPM. Service delivery through private health care providers.
2-Enable a network of Twenty nine para-statal hospitals to deliver quality TB care.
Objective 1. To increase the number of notified TB case from 298,981 in 2013 to at least 420,000 by 2020 while maintaining the treatment success rate at 91 %
|Oct 2012 till June-2021||369,387,652||Completed|
|Mercy Corps International (PR-TGF)||Peshawar, Nowshehra, Charsadda, Mardan, Swabi & Some Districts of Baluchistan i.e; Quetta, Killa Abdullh, Chagi & Noshki||
ACSM (Advocacy, communication and social mobilization)
Objective 1. To empower vulnerable to, or affected by TB through undertaking advocacy, communication & social mobilization.
|Jan 2008 to Dec 2012||149,909,115||Completed|
|National TB Control Programme (PR-TGF)||6 Fata agencies and 5 districts of Kyber Pakhtunkhwa, GB||January 2008 till June 2021||467,062,630||Completed|
|Directorate of Malaria Control (PR-TGF)||Agencies & FRs:
Khyber, Mohmand, Bajaur, South Waziristan, North Waziristan, Orakzai, FR Peshawar, FR Kohat, FR Bannu, FR Lakki, FR D.I Khan, FR Tank & Kurram
Districts: Kohat, Buner, Lower Dir, Swat, Shangla, Hangu & Karak
|Objective 1. To ensure and sustain universal coverage of multiple prevention to population at risk in target districts by 2020
Objective 2. To ensure and sustain > 80% coverage for the provision of quality assured early diagnosis and prompt treatment services to population at risk in target districts by 2020
Objective 3. To increase community awareness up to 80% on the benefits of early diagnosis, prompt treatment and Malaria preventive measures using health promotion, advocacy and BCC interventions by 2020
Objective 4. To ensure availability of quality assured strategic information (epidemiological, entomological and operational) for informed decision making
|September 2008 till Dec-2020||667,620,117||Completed|
|Save The Children International (PR-TGF)||Mardan, Charsadda, Nowshera districts and Mohmand Orakzai, South Waziristan agencies||Objective 1. To empower vulnerable to, or affected by TB through undertaking advocacy, communication & social mobilization.||June 2012 till March 2015||117,592,032||Completed|
|National Aids Control Programme (PR-TGF)||Hazara and Malakand Region||Public Private Partnership to Improve Harm Reduction, Care and Support Services||August 2014 to Dec 2017||27,580,581||Completed|
|KFW Development Bank through PTP, KPK||Malakand,Upper Dir, Lower Dir, Swat,Bunir, Haripur, Abbottabad, Mansehra, Batagram||To Screen 90% of contacts of sputum smear positive & sputum smear negative cases registered during the year 2013, by the end of project||February 2015 to October 2015||15,474,951||Completed|
|Green Star Social Marketing (PR-TGF)||23 districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 7 FATA agencies and 5 FANA districts||Bridging the gap for TB Treatment (GFR-8)||July 2010 to August 2014||38,443,970||Completed|
|IUATLD||9 Districts of NWFP||Strengthening DOTS implementation in NWFP of Pakistan through intersectoral collaboration Fidelis : Funds for Innovative DOTS Expansion through Local Initiatives to Stop TB .||2006 to 2007||10,872,510||Completed|
|UNHCR||Entire NWFP where Afghan Refigee Camps and health facilities were located||1. To decrease TB morbidity and mortality among ARs through provision of quality diagnosis and treatment in BHU’s supported by UNHCR/PDH and NGOs
2. To introduce and maintain a uniform system of reporting, surveillance, monitoring and evaluation mechanisms in all the AR health
3. To raise public awareness regarding TB control, focusing efforts on the critical need for patient compliance to chemotherapy and on minimizing the social stigma associated with TB.
|2001 to 2007||57,400,002||Completed|