Liver Foundation, West Bengal

aspire to take science to society

Funds

We have received funds for our fundamental activities from the following organizations so far:

  • London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine: on “Social, behavioural and economic drivers of inappropriate antibiotic use by informal private healthcare providers in rural India”


  • Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation, USA: on "Centre of Excellence: Rural Health Care in India - innovations for community action."


  • John Martin Foundation, USA: on "A community-based delivery of comprehensive HBV care in Arunachal Pradesh, India - population screening & linkage to care."


  • London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine: on Social, behavioural & economic drivers of inappropriate antibiotic use by informal private healthcare providers in rural India.


  • Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation, USA: on "Comprehensive action for Metabolic health & Well-being - integration of Diabetes intervention with Liver health".


  • Soumit´s World Foundation, USA: for a creative project; ´Sristi´ - A creative forum for learning and re-learning with joy- particularly held in tribal areas for those who are not going to schools / have dropped from schools, due to poverty and child labour related issues.


  • Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation for the intervention project on Hepatitis "Development of a Hepatitis patient advocacy platform and empowering patients for comprehensive social security - from clinic to the doorstep".


  • Govt. of West Bengal, Department of Science and Technology for "Training of technicians and post graduates in molecular biology techniques" in association with the School of Digestive and Liver Diseases, IPGME & R, Kolkata.


  • Bristol Myers Squibb Foundation - for the awareness and intervention project on Hepatitis B and capacity building of rural health care providers "Science to the Society" : 2007-2010


  • Govt. of West Bengal, Department of Health and family Welfare, National Health Mission - for a two-year project on "An interventional strategy for strengthening rural healthcare delivery"


We sincerely acknowledge and whole-heartedly appreciate the warm gesture of all our funding sources.