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Ashray Akruti is a registered non-profit, non-religious organization and also is member of the World Hearing Forum which is recognized by World Health Organization (WHO); working since 1996, to improve the lives of children with disabilities from marginalized sections of society. The organization strongly believes in the potential of persons with disabilities and envisions a society where people with disabilities lead a life of dignity as equal citizens with equitable access to opportunities and services.
Ashray Akruti offers quality education, health care, and sustainable livelihoods to people with disabilities and underprivileged. We also equip special education and rehabilitation services for children with disabilities and provide ear and hearing screening, diagnosis, and management through outreach programs for children and adults. Residential facility is also provided to children who come from other states and outside Hyderabad. Ashray Akruti is reaching out to the vulnerable section of the society by providing groceries and other consumable goods and commodities.
Akruti is an accredited organization certified by “Credibility Alliance”, following norms of accountability, transparency, and good governance. It is empanelled with the National CSR hub of the Tata Institute of Social Sciences.
Ashray Akruti was awarded as the Best NGO in Hyderabad by Government of Telangana on 1st June 2016. Ashray Akruti received "The Best Institution" State Award for its services in the disability sector in the year 2017. Ashray Akruti received Transparency award from GuideStar India.
We render quality services and protect the rights and dignity of the hearing-impaired.
Basic Research Education And Development (BREAD) Society was founded in 1989 to support bright students from rural areas to pursue higher education. The idea was to award scholarships of financial assistance to ensure that financially challenged bright students did not give up their education for want of finances.
Students attending Government schools have neither the purchasing power to buy books nor access to books. To address this problem, BREAD has set up 1024 Children's Libraries in government schools during the last 9 years in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana to inculcate a habit of reading books among them.
To sustain the interest of students, 80 to 100 new books were being added to existing BREAD children's libraries once in 3 years till 2017-18.
From 2018-19, 40 new books are added to all existing libraries annually.
In FY 16-17, 124 libraries were set up, 80 new books were added to 221 existing libraries and scholarships were given to 80 students.
Basic Research Education And Development (BREAD) Society is one of the few organizations that is wholly volunteer-based and has no paid staff.
City life seem alluring to many, especially the young. It is estimated that in Hyderabad and Secunderabad alone there are about 60000 street or working children. On an average, 70-80 children stray into the cities daily. They live on streets, railway platforms, bus stations and in unhygienic, disease-infested slums.
Don Bosco Navajeevan (DBNJ) has street educators located in hot spots to offer continuous support to children on the street through a unique approach called Street Presence. They are 'present' round-the-clock at various strategic locations where children enter the city, live or work. They work closely with the Police, APSRTC and Railway Staff. Child Rescue Booths set up by them help rescue children who run away from home and protect them from any form of abuse.
The strategy that evolved from Navajeevan's experience at Vijayawada is to first speak to the children and gain their confidence and trust. A Street Presence Team, constituted of six street educators, is set up. The team contacts street children and builds a good rapport with them. During the past 11 years, they have contacted more than 28000 children in and around Secunderabad, Hyderabad and Kachiguda Railway Stations that have got the highest level of concentration of street children. The team has placed more than 9500 children back at their homes after due counselling. They also arranged better job placements for more than 440 boys.
The Rural Development Foundation (RDF), is an Indian nonprofit organization with the mission of providing quality education for underprivileged rural children. They founded and continues to operate four schools and one junior college in Telangana State, taking a unique holistic approach to education through innovative programs and methodology.
Rather than using the conventional method of rote memorization, they focus on cultivating critical thinking skills and encouraging students to understand and apply concepts. They do this through special programs such as Social Awareness, Youth Empowerment, Student Leadership, and Sports. They strive to develop students who will become empowered leaders of their communities, thus working towards the vision of a transformed and prosperous rural India.
Their schools strive to create India's future leaders, people who not only respect their rich, cultural heritage but are also ready to lead their country into the future. Their constant endeavor includes their sincere attempts to inculcate into young minds a civic sense and social responsibility. Beginning with a humble enrollment of 80 students, the number of children attending RDF schools has increased to 1900, as more villagers enroll their sons and daughter in the schools.
All NGOs in Hyderabad
|Name of NGO||Cause||Address|
|Aarohi||Education||B 3, Subhagya Apartment, Gaganmahal Colony Domalguda|
|Advocates for Babies in Crisis Society||Health & Family Welfare||8-2-293/82/A/175, Road no - 13, Jubilee Hills|
|Amma Social Welfare Association||Health & Family Welfare||Amma Social Welfare Association 4-6-26/12A, Janapriya Nivas, Baba Nagar, Nacharam|
|Arunodaya Trust||Health & Family Welfare||D.NO.1-4/7, Road NO.2, Ex-servicemen colony, Balaji Nagar(V), Jawahar Nagar(G.P) Shameerpet (M.d), Ranga Reddy (Dist)|
|Babul Films Society||Environment & Forests||S-4, Saregama Apts Opp International Schook, Axis Bank building|
|Centre for Sustainable Agriculture||Agriculture||12-13-485/5, Nagarjuna nagar colony near IRIS school, Tarnaka|
|Chaithanya Mahila Mandali||Education||H.No:12-11-1586,Boudha Nagar Opp.to:Jamai-Osmania MMTS Railway Station, Adj.to Siddartha Madavan Apartments,Seethafalmandi-Post, Secunderabad|
|Child Welfare and Holistic Organization for Rural Development||Education & Literacy||Plot.No: 496, Flat.No: 106, Nagasuri Enclave, Gokul Plots Opp. Blooming Dales School, Near KPHB 9th phase, Kukatpally,|
|Council for Green Revolution||Health & Family Welfare||#1448, Street No:17, Banjara Green Colony Road No.12, Banjara Hills|
|Dakshas||Health & Family Welfare||Level 1, Midtown Plaza, Rd no.1, Banjara Hills,|
|Gramya Resource Center for Women||Education||12-13-440, Street No 1 Tarnaka|
|Heal A Child Foundation||Children||C/o Y Axis, 6th Floor, Dega Towers, Raj Bhavan Road Somajiguda|
|Hyderabad Council of Human Welfare||Education||H.no. 12-2-790/56, Ayodhya Nagar Colony Mehdipatnam|
|Hyderabad Eye Institute ( L V Prasad Eye Institute)||Health & Family Welfare||L V Prasad Eye Institute, Kallam Anji Reddy Campus L.V.Prasad Marg, Banjara Hills|
|Hyderabad Round Table 8 Charitable Trust- Project 511||Education||Lakshmi Finance and Industrial Corp.Ltd. 1-10-60/3, 1st Floor suryodaya Begumpet|
|Iksha Foundation||Education||40/1, 3rd Floor, 14th Cross, 3rd Main Road Vyalikaval|
|Kriti Social Initiatives||Education||101 Sabza Colony, Sheikpet Nala, Tolichowki|
|Learning Curve Life Skills Foundation||Labour & Employment||c/o PVP Ventures, Punnaiah Plaza Banjara Hills Road # 2|
|Lekhadeep||Labour & Employment||Qtr No C49-50, AG's Colony, Road opp. ESI Hospital, Erragadda|
|Manasa||Women's Development & Empowerment||Survey No. 135, Mohan Nagar, Besides TSSPDCL Nagole - Kothapet Road, Hyderabad|
|My Choices Foundation||Women & Children||Flat no. 301, A-Block, H. No. 6-2-39 AC Guards, Lakdikapul|
|Nirmaan Organization||Education & Literacy||202,No.916, Preethi Enclave, Road No 47, Ayyappa Society Madhapur, Hyderabad|
|People with Hearing Impaired Network||Education & Literacy||Ms 71 Govt Quarters Malakpet|
|Prayas Institute for Social Development||Education||# 4-1-21, Champa Estate, Boggulakunta, Tilak Road, Abids,|
|Rotary Club of Banjara Hills Charitable Trust||Education||Plot No.85, (8-2-703/2/1), Road No.12 Banjara Hills|
|Sahara||Health & Family Welfare||2-3-703/k/1(911), Tirumalanagar, Amberpet Hyderabad|
|Sankalp||Education||Plot. No. 54, Sagar Society Banjara hills Road No 2|
|Smile always Foundation||Education||Plot No.13, Mamatha Nagar, Nagole|
|Society to Save Rocks||Environment & Forests||1236, Road No. 60 Jubilee Hills.|
|Sphoorti Foundation||Education||484 EC Nagar, HCL Post|
|Sports Coaching Foundation||Health & Family Welfare||Sports Coaching Foundation Opposite Cha-Cha Nehru Park, Masab Tank|
|Thalassemia and Sickle Cell Society||Children||Door No 22-8-496 to 501, Ist and 2nd floor, Chatta Bazaar ‘X’ Road Near City Civil Court, Purani Haveli|
|The Secunderabad Don Bosco Navajeevan Society||Education||H. No: 6-2-323 New Bhoiguda|
|Udbhav School||Education||41/A, Chandranagar Colony, Behind Police Lines Rasoolpura, Secunderabad|
|We 4 U - Humanity and Cultural Society||Education||D No : 8-3-167/R/E/2/168/149/150, Mahalakshmi Estates, Flot No 203 2nd Floor, Rajiv Nagar, Yousugguda|
|Youngistaan Foundation||Education & Literacy||Flat T1, Block 2, Venkateshwara Residency, Gudimalkapur SBI Colony|
|Girijana Abhivruddhi Seva Sangham||Aged/Elderly||C/O S K Jayachandra, Door No. 5-9-22, Ist Floor, Sarovar complex, Above British Library, Secretariat Road|