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On-Going Projects


The organization is implementing the following projects with the support of the Government of Andhra Pradesh , Azim Premji Foundation and the WWF-India.

Azim Premji Foundation provided funding for the project, which commenced in April 2024 and has been in operation for up to 4 years.


The Objective

The RWI project aims to empower all 1683 farmers in 19 habitations from 4 GPs to develop resilience to droughts and have assured crops through a combination of community water management, improved water conservation infrastructure, and Natural farming in Tanakallu block, Sri Satya Sai district, Andhra Pradesh.

Major Activities

  • Promotion of Crop Water Budgeting Crop Planning Exercises

  • Conversion of fallow agricultural lands into fertile lands

  • All the villages' communities will be assured of crop and water security.

  • Adoption of natural farming practices.

  • Empowering the institutions.

Expected Results

  • All 1329 small and marginal farmers have secured crops on their 2405 ha agriculture lands.

  • All small and marginal farmers move to Natural Farming and reduce their investment by 50%, and 2405 ha of cultivable area comes under Natural Farming

  • All four Gram Panchayats have empowered community water management institutions that understand and efficiently manage their water resources

  • All four Gram Panchayats have a robust frontline cadre of Community Resource Persons (CRPs) on Natural Farming and Water, and they will be actively involved in empowering the institutions through improved water governance mechanisms.

Rayalaseema Water Initiatives (RWI)

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WWF Conservation Catalyst Program (CCP)


World Wide Fund for Nature - India (WWF-India) funded the project, which commenced in May 2024 and has been in operation for up to 1.5 years.


The Objective

Improve and restore the habitat to protect wildlife by empowering the institutions and communities in wildlife conservation action by collaborating with different stakeholders in the six panchayats of Tanakallu mandal, Sri Satya Sai district, Andhra Pradesh.

Major Activities

  • Improve and restore habitat to protect wildlife.

  • Empower the institutions and engage communities in wildlife conservation action.

  • Collaborate with different stakeholders to strengthen conservation efforts.

  • Establish proper monitoring and evaluation systems by establishing institutional governance mechanisms.

Expected Results

  • Increased awareness and education on conservation issues in 6 panchayats, leading to active community participation in conservation efforts.

  • The enforcement of bylaws at the habitation level has significantly improve the wildlife habitat quality due to increased tree cover, and enhanced vegetation diversity, thereby protecting the forest and its habitats.

  • Reduced vulnerability to drought by wildlife through increased tree cover, natural regeneration, and promoting a diverse range of plants.

  • Restoring degraded forests and engaging local communities serve as a model for replication in similar landscapes, promoting a wider positive impact on biodiversity conservation.


The Objective

                                                                                                                                   This program aims to identify high-risk members of           a critical population by using peer educators and outreach workers and organizing regular meetings and health check-ups for those at risk of diseases. To reduce the transmission of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections, the organization provides medicines and promotes safe sexual practices in the project areas.


 Since 2008, we have been implementing HIV/AIDS, TB, and Hepatitis B-C, prevention projects in Kadiri and Penukonda mandals in the Sri Satya Sai district with support from the Andhra Pradesh State AIDS Control Society (APSACS).


 The spread of HIV/AIDS, TB, and Hepatitis B-C,     reduces through education and prevention, early detection, and ensuring that those who need access to treatment, safe blood, and other services can get it. By doing this, we can ensure that these diseases are dealt with more effectively and efficiently, helping those in need and ultimately creating a healthier world.


​Impact So far

The organization identified and treated 3812 high-risk members in 3 mandals.

 APSACS-HIV /AIDS Prevention Project

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