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The Hyderabad office of ActionAid India is headed by Anjaneyulu Madduluri and manages close to 10 long-term initiatives in the state of Andhra Pradesh & the newly formed state of Telangana. These projects, spanning across the districts of Nellore, Khammam, Medka, Warangal etc directly reach out to more than 200,000 people in the two states. Through these initiatives, we work with some of the most vulnerable tribes like the Yanadis and have been successful in making the voices of some of the most exploited fishing communities heard.

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WOMEN AND GIRLS RIGHTS IN URBAN SPACE

MA’s association with Action Aid started from the year 2003. The first funding was for the destitute women under commercial...

Since: 2012

THE ISSUES OF AGRICULTURAL CRISIS IMPACTING SMALL AND MARGINAL FARMERS...

Aashray is an organisation which is working mainly with the street children and destitute children who are running away from...

Since: 2012

ENSURE RIGHTS OF WOMEN AND GIRL CHILDREN

Gramya and Pilupu, both the organisations work in Nalgonda which is a drought prone backward district in Telangana and work...

Since: 2014

EMPOWERING WOMEN AND GIRLS IN OLD CITY OF HYDERABAD

Shaheen Womenメs Resource and Welfare Association was started in the year of 2002 to work among different deprived communities where...

Since: 2013

EMPOWERING YANADI TRIBES AND PROTECTING THEIR RIGHTS

Empowering the communities to access their rights over land, water, forests and other commons; advocating for their participation in public...

Since: 2011

AGRICULTURE AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT SOCIETY

Empowering the communities to access their rights over land, water, forests and other commons; advocating for their participation in public...

Since: 2011

LAND, EMPLOYMENT & AGRICULTURE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

Several districts in Rayalaseema region are facing acute drought and failure of crops for the last three years. People are...

Since: 2011

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