• e-Launch of Project HAaLT by the Honorable NMC Commissioner, Mr. Radhakrishnan B. IAS in Nagpur on 03rd August 2021 under the leadership of NTEP in collaboration with IGGMC, CDC and SHARE INDIA
  • An advocacy meeting was organized by SHARE INDIA with the Principal, Government medical college & Department of Microbiology, Ananthapur, Andhra Pradesh to strengthen the laboratory activities under NACP on 23rd and 24th July 2021.
  • APSACS-PEPFAR Partners Meet – 19th March 2021, Vijayawada
  • PEPFAR Partners Meet – 23rd March 2021, Manipur
  • Observance of World AIDS day, 2020 : launch of Poster on DTG by Project Director, Andhra Pradesh State AIDS Control Society.
  • National Dengue Sero-Surveillance study conducted by SHARE INDIA in collaboration with ICMR
  • “e-NISCHIT" initiative was launched on 3rd April, 2018 by the Joint Secretary, NACO & RNTCP at National Institute of TB & Respiratory Diseases
  • A visit to ART center, Guntur by Dr Melissa Nyendak, Director, Division of Global HIV and TB, CDC India
  • The “National Guidelines of Viral Load Testing for all PLHIV” launched on 26th February, 2018 by the Honorable Union Minister of Health and Family Welfare Shri. Jagat Prakash Nadda
  • The "Certificate of Excellence" for Implementing QMS for HIV Counseling and Testing Services awarded by NACO on 01st November, 2018
  • “The National HIV-I Viral Load Scale-up on Viral Load Guidelines” in Hyderabad in March, 2019 in collaboration with NACO, SACS and CDC
  • Community Outreach programme to screen adults in the community on their basic vitals
  • Airborne Infections Control Assessments in the Municipal wards in Mumbai
  • The "Certificate of Excellence" for Implementing QMS was awarded by NACO to 18 HIV Counseling and Testing Services in Mizoram on 29th August 2019
  • AIC Induction training of Chennai Corporation & RNTCP staff at NIRT Chennai, November 2019 during Dr Anand’s visit
  • Launch of NACO Prayogshala by Dr Sunil Gupta, Addl. Director-General, NACO & Dr Samiran Panda, Director of NARI on 06th February 2020 in Pune
  • SHARE INDIA received the Certificate of Appreciation from the District Collector of East Godavari on the occasion of World AIDS Day 2019
  • The launch of the Viral Load machine by Mr. Alla Kali Krishna Srinivas, Hon’ble Deputy Chief Minister and Minister for Health and Family Welfare on 01st December 2019 on the occasion of World AIDS Day
  • On-site Training of ARTC and LAC Plus Staff on DBS Specimen Collection was organized in Guntur on 24th & 25th September 2020 by following standard protocols of physical distancing & wearing masks due to COVID-19

SHARE INDIA is a not-for-profit research organization working to improve access to quality health care for people by
strengthening health systems.


We, the pioneers of affordable, accountable, technology-driven healthcare, are well poised to  reach the goals of creating healthy communities in India.

SHARE INDIA, through its illustrious journey in the public health space in the last 15 years, has the experience and technical expertise of implementing myriad projects under the umbrella of SHARE Foundations. SHARE INDIA is the only indigenous not-for-profit research organization that had successfully completed three large-scale 5-year cooperative agreements with the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). SHARE INDIA is part of the U=U Community Partners.

SHARE INDIA has a multi-disciplinary team working across India with expertise in:

1. Public health programme management
2. Health Policy and Systems Research
3. Epidemiology
4. Laboratory system strengthening
5. Digital health
6. Applied behavioural communication
7. Infection prevention & control
8. Surveillance


9. Health innovation and technology
10. Pre-clinical development
11. Public policy and advocacy
12. Partnerships and collaborations
13. Strategic information
14. Monitoring and evaluation
15. Procurement and supply chain management and logistics

SHARE INDIA propels public health interventions through technology, innovations and predictive analysis algorithms for patient retrieval and management. In the last 15 years, we have managed an annual turnover of about 2.2 million USD by complying with the professional standards incorporated in Government Auditing Standards (GAS), issued by the Controller General of the United States of America.

Our Impact

Quality in laboratory

Initiated Quality Management Systems in more than 5500 NACP laboratories in the country

Technical assistance and training
Supported Ministries of Health in developing policies/ technical guidelines on HIV-TB prevention and management/scaling up viral load testing and by strengthening capacities
Viral Load tests

Access to differentiated care for around 73 thousands HIV patients alive on treatment & Quality-assured viral load tests to 2 million PLHIV

Engaging communities

Catalytic role to supplement coverage for HIV testing and treatment services and disease prevention

Partnerships & collaborations
Strong collaborations with PEPFAR & its implementing partners, NACO, RNTPC

Our Areas of Work


HIV Prevention, Care and Treatment


TB Prevention, Care and Treatment


Laboratory Strengthening


Research Projects


Laboratory Strengthening


Research Projects


Infection Prevention and Control


Disease Surveillance

Our Partners and Collaborations

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