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Awards

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February 3rd, 2012
AwardsOperation ASHA has been ranked amongst the Top 100 NGOs in the world by The Global Journal in the 2013 edition of the magazine’s annual ranking.Read More
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Our Partners

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February 3rd, 2012


Operation ASHA thrives in developing and maintaining partnerships with the public, private and nonprofit sectors.
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Testimonials

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February 3rd, 2012
Testimonials“I was fascinated: If this model could be rolled out everywhere where there is TB, we could stop multi-drug-resistant TB and save so many lives!”  – Onno Ruhl.Read More
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Operation ASHA in Cambodia

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February 3rd, 2012
OP-ASHA in CambodiaIn 2010, OpASHA opened its first center in Cambodia. The country’s tuberculosis burden is one of the highest in the world.
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Our Treatment Model

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February 3rd, 2012

We operate 257 treatment centers in two countries. Based on our core values, we seek to treat, prevent, and diagnose tuberculosis.
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OpAsha

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February 2nd, 2012

Operation Asha is dedicated to bringing tuberculosis treatment and health services to the heart of India’s urban slums. We are India’s largest NGO in tuberculosis treatment and prevention, providing treatment to more than 4 million individuals with little access to basichealthcare, let alone medicines to treat TB. With treatment centers established in more than 1,500 slums and villages in India, our team plans to expand beyond India’s borders to other regions of the developing world afflicted with TB. “Tuberculosis is a scar on the face of the Earth,” says Dr. Shelly Batra, president of Operation ASHA.

TB is a scar we plan to erase, and together with our partners, supporters and you, we can achieve that goal by the UN Millennium Development Goal’s deadline: 2050.

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