1. Hydrabad – 500045
Tel : 91-094404 15051
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Person : Wilson
Purpose : To help tribals in Andhra Pradesh
Aim/Objective/Mission : Social
2. Andhra Mahila Sabha
Add: Andhra Mahila Sabha Trust Board
Mahila Sabha Building
Hyderabad – 500044
Tel: 91-40-7615448 , 40-7017129
Contact: Purnachandra Rao
Purpose: Education, Health, Rehabilitation, Training, Women’s issues
Aim/Objective/Mission: Andhra Mahila Sabha is a non-profitable voluntary organisation with the specific objective of promoting education and training of women to overcome their socio-economic and political backwardness and empower them to participate in all aspects of national development. It has also established a regional handicraft training institute for the women. AMS runs a hospital and research centre providing various services including out patient services in eye care, general surgery, orthopaedics and in patient services including neo-natal unit and well equipped air conditioned operation theatres. It also runs a vocational training and rehabilitation centre, girls high school and colleges and legal aid centre for women.
2. Andhra Pradesh Muslim Reservation Front
Hyderabad – 500008
Tel : 91-098480 57519
Email : email@example.com
Contact Person : Iftekharuddin Ahmed
Purpose : To work for upliftment of socio-educational conditions of people.
Aim/Objective/Mission : The organisation is working for upliftment of poor people who are socially and educationally back ward and to help them in getting education proper jobs in govt. as well as in private sectors. To work for orphans, destitutes, street children and to element child lsbour from our society. To work for national integration and communal Harmony.
3. Andhra Yuvathi Mandali
Hyderabad – 500027
Contact: Shyamala Devi Agisham
Purpose: Child welfare, Education, Women’s issues
Aim/Objective/Mission: AYM works for the cause of women and for the physical, educational, economic, social and intellectual development of women and children. To achieve this aim it conducts various activities including a library and a reading room, training in tailoring, arranging lectures, debates and literacy meetings and festival congregations. It also runs welfare centres for women and children in the villages.
4. Animal Rescue and Rehabilitation Society
Lingojiguda Saroor Nagar
Hyderabad – 500035
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Person : Ravi Shrivastava
Purpose : Animal welfare
Aim/Objective/Mission : Rescue, rehabilitation, release of animals in to their natural habitat, education, awareness, training, research, documentation, monitoring, shelter, animal feeding.
Add : 20
Hyderabad – 500034
Tel : 91-40-23547927
Email : email@example.com
Website : http://www.apmas.org
Contact Person : C.S. Reddy
Purpose : Sustainable women self help movement in India
Aim/Objective/Mission : APMAS has a great deal of experience in the provision of technical and managerial support to SHGs, SHG Federations and other major stakeholders in the self-help movement. Our work is primarily in Andhara Pradesh, but we also operate in other parts of India therefore we are able to make a sound contribution to the movement and towards its long-term sustainability.
Our Vision is to contribute to the sustainability of the Self Help Group movement in India.
Our mission is to enable SHPIs to provide quality services to strong and vibrant SHGs and SHG Federations. APMAS believes in self-reliance of community-based organizations engaged in microfinance and livelihood promotion, strives for excellence in whatever it does and promotes the empowerment of women.
APMAS will emerge as a national-level support institution by influencing appropriate policy and effective supervision of federations. Core values core values allow APMAS to provide the necessary framework to strive for excellence and deliver high quality services. They are guiding principles for the staff to achieve the shared vision of APMAS. These values have descriptive indicators and are communicated to the staff on a regular basis.
6. Anveshi Research Centre for Women’s Studies
Osmania University Campus
Hyderabad – 500007
Contact: Rekha Pappu
Purpose: Women’s issues
Aim/Objective/Mission: ARCWS was founded in order to provide a space where feminist activists and scholars from different institutions could interact. Through this interactions the organisation aims to promote research work on the conditions and status of women in the Indian society.
Add: F-302, Balaji Residency
Hyderabad – 500013
Contact: Sumitra Makkapati
Purpose: Child welfare, Women’s issues
Aim/Objective/Mission: Ankuram provides educational support, shelter, counselling, legal advocacy and several other services to the women and girls who are victims of sexual abuse, trafficking, harassment, child brides, etc.