• The International Association for Adolescent Health -
    11th World Congress on Adolescent Health

    International Association for Adolescent Health (IAAH) 11th World Congress on Adolescent Health: Investing in Adolescent Health - the Future is Now will be held in New Delhi, India from 27-29 October 2017, hosted by MAMTA Health Institute for Mother and Child and the Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) and with support of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India. The Congress will combine clinical and public health perspectives, and present new approaches and best practices that can contribute to accelerated action for adolescent health and rights, both globally and with specific reference to India and the sub-region.


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    Jagriti Sammelan - Sharing & Learning Conference 2017

    18-20 September 2017

    MAMTA Health Institute for Mother and Child (MAMTA), You’re Invited for participating in the National level conference under RMNCH+A Project (Jagriti) @ Indian Social Institute...

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    Hum sab ke liye, apno ke liye

    MAMTA is entering into its 25th year of journey,  and we take this opportunity by celebrating with you all through  creating a momentum on the evidences, experiences, learning  and challenges to further enrich collective learning on issues of our mandate.

    Stay tuned into our Website & Facebook to be a part of this celebration and keep sharing your thoughts and views.


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    Our Reach

    • Afghanistan
    • Bangladesh
    • Burundi
    • Cambodia
    • China
    • India
    • Laos
    • Myanmar
    • Nepal
    • Oregon (USA)
    • Philippines
    • Sri Lanka
    • Sweden
    • Thailand
    • United Kingdom
    • Vietnam

    State Offices
    • Uttar Pradesh


      MAMTA started working in Uttar Pradesh in the year 1999. At present 36 districts of the state are covered through various projects on adolescents health issues, HIV, Reproductive Maternal & Child Health & Tuberculosis Control Program. A major achievement in state is that MAMTA is the lead partner of Technical Support Group (TSG) on Adolescent Health & member of Technical Support Group MCH & BCC in the state.

      The contact person at the state is Dr. Qazi Najmuddin. He has more than 13 years of work experience in the development sector including Government, Non Govt. and International organizations. He is well acquired in program implementation skills, possesses skills to develop training resource materials / tools capable of mentoring etc. He is leading the Technical Support Group-Adolescent Health under Health Partner's Forum formed by Ministry of Health & Family Welfare.

      Contact Details:

      MAMTA Health Institute for Mother and Child
      4D, Ravinder Garden
      Sector E, Aliganj
      Near Rao IAS Coaching Institute
      Lucknow, India
      Tel:- +91-522-2331477 / 4003952
      Email: qazi@mamtahimc.org
      State Point Person : Dr. Qazi Nazmuddin

    • Karnataka

      MAMTA-HIMC (Karnataka)

      MAMTA state office in Banguluru was set up in 2000 with interventions focusing on urban pockets of Banguluru which later spread out to the interior rural areas of the state. The intervention presently focuses on the following key health issues

      • Young People Sexual and reproductive Health and Rights
      • Integrating youth Friendly Health services into the public Health System in Rural area
      • Up scaling Youth Friendly Health services in the Public health system
      • Strengthening Youth Friendly Health Services through community based Intervention in Rural areas

      The contact person at Banguluru office is Mr. S Venkatesh.

      Contact Details:

      MAMTA Health Institute for Mother and Child
      Lane no. 2, 5th Cross,
      Ejipura Main Road,
      Vivek Nagar Post
      Banguluru – 560047
      Ph: +91-80-25703726
      Email: mamtabangalore@gmail.com
      State Point Person: Mr. Venkatesh

    • Bihar


      Bihar state office was set p in the year 2012.Various projects are implemented in total 15 districts of Bihar through direct intervention or through partner NGO. The previously completed projects and present projects are mainly focussed on TB/HIV, Sexual Reproductive Health & Rights and associated social issues like child marriage, early marriage etc.

      Bihar office is managed by Mr. Pranav Kumar. He is Master in Sociology and possess good experience of ten years in the development sector. He has been contributing in making projects successful through his advocacy, networking and project management skills.

      Contact Details:

      MAMTA Health Institute for Mother and Child
      Patna Office - Bihar
      2nd Floor, Q.No.-30E, Road No.-2,
      Patliputra Colonly,
      Patna - 800013
      Tel:- +91 0612 22279866
      Email: mamtabihar@mamtahimc.org / ranjank@mamtahimc.org
      State Point Person: Mr. Ranjan Kumar

    • Chandigarh

      MAMTA-HIMC ( Chandigarh)

      MAMTA started its intervention in the state in 2005. MAMTA’s office was established in Chandigarh as a Regional Resource Centre to build capacity of MNGOs/SNGOs and district based field NGOs to work in partnership with State, District and Block level Government Health facilities in providing healthcare services especially to marginalized and underserved sections of society. The project is supported by Ministry of Health & Family Welfare and is being implemented 22 districts of Punjab and 21 districts of Haryana are administered by the Chandigarh office.

      The contact person at Chandigarh office is Dr. Mandeep Walia

      Contact Details:

      MAMTA Health Institute for Mother and Child
      Regional Resource Center
      # 1314/1, Sector 34 C
      Chandigarh 160034, India
      Tel:- +91-172-2660314
      Email: rrcmamta@gmail.com
      State Point Person: Dr. Mandeep Kaur

    • Rajasthan

      MAMTA-HIMC (Rajasthan)

      MAMTA initiated its work in Rajasthan in year 1998 with a survey on "to know the status of adolescent and young people status in Rajasthan". As MAMTA's work expanded in whole state of Rajasthan an office was set up in 2001 at Jaipur city.

      Presently, MAMTA is covering 14 districts namely Ajmer, Alwar, Bharatpur, Bikaner, Sri Ganganagr, Jaipur, Jhalawar, Jhunjhunu, Jalore, Jaisalmer, Sikar, Sawaimadhopur, Tonk & Udaipur through various project initiatives.

      MAMTA work in Rajasthan state stretches from all kind of health issues to associated social issues and further to Corporate Social Responsibility programs. Few of the major ongoing programmes are:

      • Global Fund Round 9 Project---AXSHYA TB prevention programme
      • Mac Arthur Project--- Strengthening capacities of district public health services towards improved reproductive health choices for young married couples
      • Ford Foundation--- Child marriage prevention programme
      • Greenply CSR---Community based health and development program for carpenters community through an inclusive approach

      rajasthanThe contact person at Rajasthan state office is Mr. Praveer Goyal. He is associated with social development sector for approximately 12 years and has rich and diverse experience in implementing various health projects along with competent monitoring, training, capacity-building and liaisoning skills.

      Contact Details:

      MAMTA Health Institute for Mother and Child
      B-12, Hari Marg,
      Near Jain Mandir, Civil Lines
      Email: praveer@mamtahimc.org
      State Point Person: Mr. Praveer Goyal

    • Maharashtra

      MAMTA-HIMC ( Maharashtra)

      MAMTA set up Maharashtra state office 7 years back in 2007 with CHAHA project which focused on care and support for Children living with HIV and Children Affected by AIDS. At present, MAMTA's work in the state spread out to 6 districts namely Nagpur Urban and Rural, Amravati Urban and Rural, Chandrapur and Pune. The major program managed by Maharashtra office are:

      • Prevention of HIV transmission from parent to child in Rural India". it is implemented in two Maharashtra and Telangana. The goal of the project is to achieve zero Parents to Child Transmission of HIV by increasing utilization of maternal health services through early identification and strengthening of community based mechanisms for 2000 rural pregnant women by 2015.
      • AXSHYA a project of Global fund round-9 is implemented in state. The goal of the project is to support the Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme by enhancing the awareness of community regarding TB care and control through advocacy, communication & social mobilization activities.

      The contact person at Maharashtra State office is Ms.Pallavi Bhandarkar. She has rich experience of approximately 12 years in health and development sector. She has worked in various capacities in different organisatins ranging from Government sector to NGOs.

      Contact Details:

      MAMTA Health Institute for Mother and Child
      Nagpur Office - Maharashtra
      C/o Mr. Pankaj Khattri
      20 C, Sukh Jeevan Colony
      Kabdi Chowk, Nagpur - 440014
      State Point Person: Ms. Pallavi Bhandarkar