Gender Equity  


  • Women emancipation and empowerment;
  • Skill development;
  • Self employment, finance management, group production and marketing.
  • Enhanced status and bargaining power for women at home and in the  society;
  • Sharing of duties by men at home;
  • Healthy awareness of roles, rights and duties of women;
  • Active participation of women in politics and local administration.
  • Women emancipation & empowerment;
  • Development of self confidence; skill up-gradation and promotion of women
  • enterprises;
  • Mutual Aided Cooperative Societies (MACS) for micro lending.

Emancipation and empowerment of women through skill trainings, Seminars, exposure trips and income generating programmes, such as poultry, dairy, sheep rearing, bricks making, kitchen gardens, etc.  which contribute to improve the status and bargaining power of women in the family and in the society. Empowerment with additional or up gradation of skills, which provides more and better employment and income opportunities with follow-up for self-employment, group ventures, production, consumption and marketing. 

M A C S   : Mutually Aided Co-operative Societies for and of women, one each in Wanaparthy &  Pangal Mandals,  functioning with promising results and formation  of more MACS in other Mandals, for men  as well, are in progress.

  • Enhanced status & bargaining power in family & society;


    Community Organization & Capacity Strengthening  
    Economic Self Reliance  
    Gender Equity  
    Child Labor  
    Community Health  
    C B R of P w D  
    Sustainable Agriculture– Organic/Bio farming  
    Biotechnology in agriculture  
    Biotechnology in Livestock Development  
    Drought Mitigation and Livelihood Development  
    Network and Sustainability  
    Seed Multiplication  
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