Maharashtra Janavikas Kendra (MJK) began in 1996. MJK works in Health, Education field. In health MJK works on Tuberculosis (TB) Control.
MJK works with Private Sector as well as Public Sectors. By conducting different activities MJK aims to control Tuberculosis.
In Private Sector MJK works under Private Practitioners Interface Agency (PPIA) Project for Tuberculosis (TB) Control in Mumbai is a program funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. PATH is the be implementing Agency. Maharashtra Janavikas Kendra is an implementing partner of PATH for PPIA Project. PPIA is designed to strengthen the capacity of networks of private health care providers in the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai (MCGM) to ensure early and accurate diagnosis of tuberculosis (TB) cases through effective TB case management. Improved TB diagnosis and treatment will ultimately improve case notification and treatment success for TB patients who seek health care from private-sector providers that are not linked to the Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme (RNTCP) run by the public health system.
In Public Sector, MJK works in Mumbai in collaboration with Mumbai District TB Control Society – MDTCS, In Thane Rural area with the Thane District TB Control Society – TDTCS and In Vasai-Virar area Vasai Virar District TB Control Society -VVDTCS under Revised National TB control Programme (RNTCP).