||The role of non-official organisation in the campaign
||Tuberculosis Workers Conference, 10th, Mysore, India,
2 Feb 1953, p. 28-29.
This paper, read at the 10th TB Workers Conference
in Mysore, 1953, emphasises that, typically, non-official agencies
in most countries have initiated the fight against TB and lists
the essentials of TB services. The governments responsibilities
in TB control are described and there is a detailed account of the
origin and history of non-official anti-TB effort in India. Three
key factors are offered for consideration in planning the future
of TB Associations and their work in India: 1) The importance of
definite programs such as educative propaganda, welfare activities
and, starting and running institutions for TB patients, 2) The composition
and control of TB Associations, 3) The functions of the central
|KEYWORDS: NGO; VOLUNTARY ORGANIZATION; INDIA.