JANTRA has rich experiences working with community groups including TB patients. The organization has always provided full opportunity to discuss the issues freely and highly recognize the ideas brought by community groups like community members, risk groups, Female Community Health Volunteers (FCHVs), Mothers groups, TB patients, and target groups during the program-planning meeting. We always keep in mind that placing TB patients at the center of the program and developing the activities base on the need of the periphery and grass-root level. This practice helped us to reach the unreached and hard-to-reach populations like slum, factories, refugees, Internally Displaced Populations (IDPs), and migrant people living in the project sites. The identification and functional participation of the risk group, women, and socially excluded groups in the project sites will be the inception step of project implementation.