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Access Ngo In Srikakulam Andhra Pradesh

Access Ngo Information

ACCESS Non Governmental Organization is located in Srikakulam ANDHRA PRADESH .

Registration Details

Registered With Registrar of Societies
Type of NGO Registered Societies (Non-Government)
Registration No 578 of 2008
Copy of Registration Certificate Available
Copy of Pan Card Available
Act name Societies Registration Act 35 of 2001
City of Registration Srikakulam
State of Registration ANDHRA PRADESH
Date of Registration 24-12-2008

Foreign Contribution Regulation Act [FRCA] Registered? NO

ACCESS NGO Organization Members

Srinivasu AngaraPresidentAvailableAvailable
Phani Kishore RekapalliSecretaryAvailableAvailable
Badada AmalaMemberAvailableAvailable

ACCESS Source Funds

Department NameSourceFinacial YearAmount SanctionedPurpose
Not SpecifiedAny Other2013-2014Not SpecifiedNo Institutional funds for the year 2013-14, working only through collecting donations
Not SpecifiedAny Other2014-2015Not SpecifiedNo Institutional funds received during the year 2014-15
Not SpecifiedAny Other2015-2016Not SpecifiedNo institutional funds received during the year 2015-16
Not SpecifiedAny Other2016-2017Not SpecifiedNo institutional funds received during the year 2016-17

Contact details

Address Access (NGO) D.NO. 2-21, Near Bridge, Bikkavolu-532001 East Godavari District Andhra Pradesh
City Srikakulam
Telephone 08942-232174
Mobile No 9494447814
Website Url Not Available
E-mail accessngoindia(at)gmail[dot]com

ACCESS Key Issues and Operational Areas, Major Activiities & Achivements

Operational Districts: East Godavari, Srikakulam, Visakhapatnam, West Godavari

Operational States: ANDHRA PRADESH

AchieveMents: Working on strengthening Panchayat Raj institutions for delivering proper services to the communities Capacitizing PR Representatives on their roles responsibilities Working on safe drinking water and sanitation Solid Waste Management Improving educational skills among teachers and Anganwadi Workers for improving knowledge among children