Hamari Awaaz: Uncharted Voices


Hamari Awaaz: Addressing stigma in people living with multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (TB) in India was created by nine women who participated in a photovoice study with Doctors Without Borders / Médecins sans frontières (MSF) India. Faculty Member Amrita Daftary and Postdoctoral Fellow Tahiya Mahbub participated in the study. The concept and contents of the book were created by the nine women. Mahbub facilitated the process, and Daftary wrote the forward.

The result is a book that reveals the intimate severity of drug-resistant TB stigma.


Mahbub, T., Mathur, T., Isaakidis, P., & Daftary, A. (2023). “One-by-One, TB Took Everything Away From Me”: A Photovoice Exploration of Stigma in Women with Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis in Mumbai. Affilia, 08861099231162582.

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