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Adarsha Women Development Society Ngo In Madanapalle Andhra Pradesh

Adarsha Women Development Society Ngo Information

ADARSHA WOMEN DEVELOPMENT SOCIETY Non Governmental Organization is located in MADANAPALLE Andhra Pradesh . ADARSHA WOMEN DEVELOPMENT SOCIETY is registered as a Society at CHITTOOR of state Andhra Pradesh with Ngo unique registration ID 'AP/2013/0067279' . The NGO registration is done by Registrar of Societies with registration number 955/2000 on the date of 30-11-2000, Its parent ORganaisation is PaulFoundation. The Chairman of ADARSHA WOMEN DEVELOPMENT SOCIETY is A MARY and Chief functionary officer is A MARY.

NGO Organization / Ngo Information

NGO Name
ADARSHA WOMEN DEVELOPMENT SOCIETY
Unique Id of VO/NGO
AP/2013/0067279
Chief Functionary
A MARY
Chairman
A MARY
Secretary
A REDDY RANI
Treasurer
G RAJANI

Registration Details

Registered With
Registrar of Societies
Type of NGO
Society
Registration Number
955/2000
City of Registration
CHITTOOR
State of Registration
Andhra Pradesh
Date of Registration
30-11-2000
NGO Registration certificate
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Contact details

Country
India
Telephone
99859-81934
Mobile Number
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Address
D NO 3-189-0-9 VIJAYA NAGAR COLONY MADANAPALLE - 517325 CHITTOOR DISTRICT ANDHRA PRADESH INDIA
Website
NO website is listed

ADARSHA WOMEN DEVELOPMENT SOCIETY Key Issues and Operational Areas, Major Activiities & Achivements

Key Issues

This ADARSHA WOMEN DEVELOPMENT SOCIETY NGO charity is working on Key Issues of Aged/Elderly, Children, Civic Issues, Differently Abled, Disaster Management, Dalit Upliftment, Education & Literacy, Environment & Forests, Health & Family Welfare, HIV/AIDS, Human Rights, Labour & Employment, Nutrition, Tribal Affairs, Vocational Training, Women's Development & Empowerment

Operational States

Andhra Pradesh

Operational Districts

Chittoor

Major Activities and Achivements

To perform acts of society and render service to those in need especially the poor, distressed and backward in the community irrespective of the race, caste and creed