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When did inian govt. starts reproductive & child health programme ' '

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Asked by Rajendra Parkale, 09 May '10 10:57 am
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Tribhuvandas Foundation was set up by, Tribhuvandas Kishibhai Patel- the founder Chairman of the Kheda District Milk Producers Cooperative Union better known as AMUL. TF as it is known was registered as a public charitable trust in 1975, under the Bombay Public Trust act, 1950.

Tribhuvandas Foundation started activities in 1980, with grants from National Dairy Development Board, AMUL and UNICEF. It later received grants from the Overseas Development Administration, the predecessor to DFID. The initial project plan conceived TF as an Integrated Rural Development Program. It is now a Community health organisation, working mainly on reproductive and child health. TF covers around 682 villages, working through the village milk cooperatives of AMUL, in 18 talukas in the districts of Anand and Kheda in Gujarat state of India. The population covered would be around 1,600,000 (around sixteen lakhs or one million six hundred thousand). Since 2001 it has launched a rural health insurance sche ...more
Answered by Chandra sekhar Krishnan, 09 May '10 11:00 am

 
  
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