Source Migrant Intervention Project

With the aim to minimise HIV transmission and mitigate the impact of HIV/AIDS among out-migrant families at their source points, HLFPPT is implementing NACP's Source Migrant Intervention Project in 20 districts of Uttar Pradesh. As per NACO reports, these districts have a high percent of population migrating to other states and regions, thus posing a high threat for the spread of HIV. The project is being funded by Uttar Pradesh State AIDS Control Society (UPSACS) and is being implemented under overall guidance of NACO.

The two-year project started in October 2013 and is expected to continue till October 2015. It is spread across 20 high-focus districts of UP comprising 990 villages and 99 blocks, which have a high record of migrant population. These include Ghaziabad, Muzaffarnagar, Meerut, Bijnor, Bulandshahar, Badaun, Aligarh, Etah, Raebareli, Sultanpur, Unnao, Faizabad, Banda, Varanasi, Allahabad, Ghazipur, Ballia, Ambedkar Nagar, Maharajganj and Siddharthnagar.

The project endeavours to achieve this through: Increasing coverage of migrants and their spouses; Increasing HIV testing of target population by health camp or outreach activity; Data validation through MSDS (Migrant Service Delivery System); Capacity building of frontline works on awareness regarding HIV/STI/Condom use; and through Capacity building of in-house staff.


  • 136,163 Migrant Workers and their Spouses covered through outreach
  • 42,722 People attended 97 Health Melas conducted in 20 Districts
  • 7,760 STI check-ups & 16,119 ICTC check-ups conducted at Health Melas
  • 977 Information Booths established in Intervention Villages
  • 978 Condom Depots established in Intervention Villages
  • 1,793 Labour Contractors reached through one-to-one meeting for network building with migrants
  • 789 Village Health and Nutrition Days (VHNDs) organised
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