Agnesh Multipurpose development society is a voluntary Organisation working for the empowerment of pOOT Cople, paFtlGM F$J villagers and backward community in rural areas of Ananthasagaram rnandal for the past 1 years. This Organisation was established by a group of committed social workers in the year 2007 and has been taken up various developmental activities aimed to improve the living standards of its targeted beneficiaries by implementing socio-economic, educational and environmental programmes.
Empowering the under-privileged women, children, youth, disabled and marginalized farmers by organizing, capacity building and collaborative actions
Restore human dignity of the disadvantaged population towards an inclusive society
Our organisation conducted awareness camps on Swacha Bharath programme, a prestigious programme of Our Prime Minister at Pathallapalli village of Nellore district. We distributed pamphlets on Importance of cleanliness in villages.
Our organisation conducted awareness camps on importance of ground water and sanitation methods to be followed in Ananthsagaram village of Nellore district. We distributed pamphlets on Importance of Water. We constructed Drain canals for waste water
We conducted disabled welfare activities at Ananthasagaram mandal headquarters and surrounding villages. We conducted a medical programme for blind people and distributed medicines to the blind arid physically handicapped people. We distributed tri-cycles to disabled persons. We conducted medical camps to mentally challenged children.
Agnesh organized vocational training in Tailoring programme and in fashion designing in its targeted villages with the donation and trained poor women in the areas of Pathallapalli and Ananthasagaram villages, our organization trained 20 women beneficiaries and has achieved 100% result during the training period.
This Organisation has started conducting training in preparation of readymade garments, Handicrafts, stitching of different dresses and handicrafts to women beneficiaries during this year. This Organisation had necessary infrastructure to provide training to rural women bcneficiarics.
Our Organisation conducted training camps to 11 volunteers on AASA a programme on AIDS by the Government of Andhra Pradesh during November and December 2013. We trained total 18 volunteers in four
seminars on AIDS.
We attended a rally on AIDS on December 1St$ World AIDS
day at Nellore.