A few days ago, Dr. Raj Bhayani had attended the Health Conference conducted by the American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin and MSS (Mahila Swarojgar Samiti), Varanasi. During the event, Dr. Bhayani announced that he is crafting a TB-free program.
In order to accomplish the goal, AAPI has now announced the launch of their new partnership with United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Sevak Project, and CETI. The aim of this partnership is to make India and Indian sub-continent free of Tuberculosis.
Dr. Bhayani said that nearly 2,000 women and underprivileged citizens took part in the health conference event and promised to contribute to this campaign.
AAPI signed the official agreement on the concluding day of the 10th Global Healthcare Summit in New Delhi. They also announced that AAPI and USAID along with other NGOs will work together to utilize the strong network of 100,000 physicians of Indian-origin living in the United States to support health programs in India and to control TB by the year 2030. They are also making efforts to develop charitable clinics for TB awareness and cutting-edge healthcare solutions for the people.