Operation ASHA wins the “Innovation and Entrepreneurship Awards 2013”,organized byDepartment of Hospital Administration, AIIMS, New Delhi and Centre for Health Systems Innovation, Oklahoma State University, USA.
The India Development Marketplace 2013, which is administered by the World Bank, awarded $100,000 grant to Operation ASHA to Implement eCompliance in Jharkhand’s Tribal Regions to treat and prevent normal tuberculosis and turn the tap off on Multi-Drug Resistant TB.
Operation ASHA was selected as one of the top 30 mHealth Innovators in 2012 by the mHealth Alliance and Rockefeller Foundation. The impact of this technology on the poorest of the poor comes alive in this short video.
OpASHA was chosen as one of the finalists in the Vodafone Mobiles for Good competition. SMS GupShup, a new social networking platform in India has awarded us with 400,000 free text messages using their platform.
OpASHA won the Jury’s Distinction Award for using Internet, Mobile and Social Media for Creating Awareness Around Tuberculosis and was chosen as one of the finalists for its Innovative Methodology of Providing Tuberculosis Treatment to the Disadvantaged in the eNGO Challenge organized by Manthan in Dec, 2012.
Operation ASHA was considered one of the most successful examples of “public private partnership” and included in a list of 11 such organizations in a UN Publication released ahead of the Special Session of the UN General Assembly in September 2010, to discuss the progress on the Millennium Development Goals of Eradicating Disease and Poverty.
In June 2011, OpASHA was invited to attend the United Nations High Level Meeting on HIV/AIDS at the UN headquarters in New York.