Past Project

Positive Speakers Academy with the support of UNICEF

Capacity Building Training of 3 days duration on advocacy and leadership skills to address stigma and discrimination for 300 PLHIV from Nagpur, Nandurbar, Yevatmal, Thane, and Dhule districts of Maharashtra.

Treatment Adherence and Literacy (TAAL)

A private pharmacy in Kalyan to provide ART medicines to PLHIVs with 40% discount. Better treatment adherence and reduction in stigma and discrimination as many PLHIV’s accessed TAAL Clinic.

Access to Care and Treatment (ACT) with the support of the Global Fund for AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria

The project focused on ART adherence counselling and referral services for PHLIV.

Prevention of Parents to Child Transmission (PPTCT): Supported by Maharashtra State AIDS Control Society (MSACS) and Infrastructure Leasing & Financial Services (IL&FS)

The project focused on HIV-infected and affected women for ANC registration, prenatal and postnatal referrals and follow-up. 

Shapath Project with support from Avert Society

The project worked on providing counselling and support services to PHLIV.

HIV Prevention, Care and Support with the support of the Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI)

The project worked on prevention, early detection and referral services concerning HIV for 3,000 migrants in the Thane district.

Sexual, Reproductive and Human Rights (SRHR) with support from NMP+

The project focused on awareness and facilitated referrals for STDs, opportunistic infections and cancer among women living with HIV (WLHIV).

Project on Tuberculosis with the support from UNDP

The project focused on providing counselling and testing services to PHLIV; 75,000 people were screened for TB.


Supported by UNDP, the project provided employment opportunities to 15 women living with HIV (WLHIV). 

COVID-19 Pandemic Relief

Supported by Akshayashakti Trust, NTP+ provided a dry ration to 30 CL HIV for six months in 2021. In partnership with Akshaya Patra, NTP+ provided nutritional support and hygiene kits to 150 PLHIV families in March 2022.