Catholic Bishops' Conference of India Coalition for AIDS and Related Diseases “Reach the Unreached”

About CBCI CARD

CBCI CARD was established in July 2009 with a missionary zeal to serve the people of India by improving their health status. It had been decided to identify and work on public health priority of the nation i.e. TB, Malaria and HIV. Significant work has been demonstrated in the field of HIV/AIDS, in addition to formulating a National Policy for HIV and AIDS for the Catholic Church in India and various activities related to the care of HIV patients

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Our Projects

Project Abhilasha

A.    Religious leaders join the fight against TB Care & Control Abhilasha Model Project –...

RCC

Through the Global Fund RCC Project, CBCI card endeavors to assist the Revised National Tuberculosis Control...

Axshya

Project Axshya (meaning TB free), funded by The Global Fund to Fight HIV-AIDS, TB and Malaria, under Round-9, is...

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Success Stories

NAGALAND

NAGALAND Great success with small presence A 20 bedded community care centre, Chavara Home, in Dimapur, is...

MANIPUR

MANIPUR Catholic Medical Centre, a largest 150 bedded and only Catholic hospital now gets involved in RNTCP under...

MEGHALAYA

MEGHALAYA Nazareth Hospital of Shilong-The best performing NGO in RNTCP Nazareth Hospital authorities receiving...

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News

  • 5-new National Stake-Holders’ Meeting - The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of India Coalition for AIDS and related diseases conducted a “National Stake-Holders’ Meeting” on 22nd February 2014 at YMCA, New-Delhi. The meeting was graced by Most. Rev. Vincent Concessao, Archbishop (Emeritus) of Delhi and also the President of CBCI CARD. The meeting was also attended by the Regional Health Commission Bishops including: - 1. Most Rev Francis Kalist, Bishop of Meerut - 2. Most Rev Stephen Lepcha, Bishop of Darjeeling - 3. Most Rev Emmanuel Kerketta, Bishop of Jashpur - 4. Most Rev Jacob Manathodath , Bishop of Palghat - 5. Most Rev... More →
  • SAM_6874-crop Project Abhilasha - A. Religious leaders join the fight against TB Care & Control - Abhilasha Model Project - Matridham Ashram, Varanasi - Varanasi is one of the oldest living cities of the world, situated at the bank of the holy river - Ganges - in all her splendid majesty and the city still claims to be the Religious Capital of India. This is where Matridham Ashram is situated. In this District the Axshya Project is being implemented by CBCI-CARD since the last two years. Most of the activities of Axshya Project are organised in coordination with local social, political and religious communities. -... More →

Events

District Coordinators Review

CBCI CARD Project-Axshya District Coordinators Review Date: 27 Jan to 30 2014 Venue: Caritas-Goa Holiday Home

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