Summary
Centre for Collective Development (CCD)
Livelihood
Agriculture
Estd: 2003
Used for Beneficiaries: 95%
Address : 301, Poonam Residency, Street No. 8, West Maredpally, Secunderabad 500026. Telangana
Email : prasad.hyd@ccd.ngo
Web-site : ccd.ngo
Telephone : +91 040 -27713227
Donor Contact : Mr. Prasad / +919849444325 / prasad.hyd@ccd.ngo
Financial Score
Rs, Y/E March 31
Income & Expenditure Statement201320142015
Income From
Government Sources842,907981,7221,591,527
Institutional Sources7,183,2724,720,30110,864,527
Foreign Sources3,270,94111,533,2106,898,803
Donations000
Sales/Fees0020,600
Interest/Dividend1,312,1281,679,203486,564
Other Income7,011408,936293,504
Total Income (A)12,616,25919,323,37220,155,525
Expenses For
Direct Programme Activities3,233,8437,709,7175,551,904
Programme Staff Cost7,484,5729,510,85611,541,100
Travel Expenses1,006,9881,165,9731,996,850
Direct Programme Expenses11,725,40318,386,54619,089,854
Fund Raising Expenses000
General Staff Cost000
Overhead Expenses725,559934,9781,063,268
Depreciation162,62600
Other Expenses/Transfer000
Total Expenditure (B)12,613,58819,321,52420,153,122
Surplus / (Deficit) (A-B)2,6711,8482,403
Balance Sheet201320142015
Assets
Fixed Assets1,335,178716,6942,174,557
Current Assets (excl. Cash)37,550,22235,873,65523,966,434
Cash/Bank 1,658,9391,339,5551,159,983
Investments25,664,07235,329,11632,307,425
Accumulated Deficits000
Total Assets66,208,41173,259,02159,608,399
Liabilities
Corpus / Share Capital1,325,0001,325,0001,385,000
General Funds1,581,895965,2592,425,525
Earmarked Funds49,296,07960,658,86843,134,375
Loans13,927,36510,284,89312,639,862
Current Liabilities78,07225,00023,637
Total Liabilities66,208,41173,259,02159,608,399
Other Details201320142015
Direct Beneficiaries (Nos)3,7225,2057,910
Indirect Beneficiaries (Nos)2,1902,5505,700
Cost Per Direct Beneficiary (Rs) - Avg. 3,3453,7122,548
Number of Staff354148
Highest Salary (Rs p.a.)N.A.N.A.N.A.
Lowest Salary (Rs p.a.)N.A.N.A.N.A.
Regd. under : Andhra Pradesh Societies Registration Act, 2001
Auditor : Hari & Gautam Associates
Bankers : Axis Bank
State Bank of Hyderabad

Donor tax benefits : 80G 50%
Eligible for foreign donations : Yes

Trustees/Directors/Managing Committee:
Mr. Ravindra Vikram, President / Chairperson Mr. Trilochan Sastry, Secretary
Mr. Ramaswamy Kidambi, Member Mr. Yerram Raju, Member
Mr. G. Muralidhar, Member Ms. Vasundhara, Member
Mr. Ramana Tadepalli, Member

Source : Audit Report 2015

Financial Note : 1) In FY14, Other income includes Depreciation reversal relating to previous years of Rs395,675 . 2) Depreciation is being charged directly through the Balance Sheet from FY14 onwards. If it was charged through the Income & Expenditure A/c, the NGO would have reported a deficit in FY14 and FY15.

NGO Profile :
Centre for Collective Development (CCD) started with a key objective to enhance the income of small and marginal farmers dependent on agriculture by creating institutions, primarily cooperative societies, owned and managed by farmers themselves.

They work in three districts namely Adilabad, Anantapur and Chittoor. These districts were selected because: a) they received very low & scanty annual rain fall; b) they had a large population of small & marginal farmers; c) agriculture was largely dependent on rainfed conditions (only one cropping season per year); and d) the districts are among the poorest in India.

CCD work involves two aspects. The first is social mobilization in the villages which includes meeting potential new members in new villages, holding meetings, discussing the benefits of forming cooperatives. Once they agree to come together into a cooperative, CCD conducts intensive training programs on cooperative education and on business. The Cooperatives in each District are organized into District level Federations. Each Federation owns and runs a food processing unit at present. The second aspect of the work is related to business development. CCD continuously studies the markets for the four commodities it works with, soyabean, groundnut, Bengal gram and Tur dal. CCD achieved a remarkable milestone by setting up a Cooperative Dal Mill which is the first ever mill in the tribal areas of India. The Mill has provided employment opportunities for the nearby villagers and it has been found that after the value addition of the raw products, it provided an additional Rs200-250 to the members. Some of their projects are:

  • ‘Wadi’ or ‘Maa Thota’ Project: This project is operational in 2 Mandals (Jainoor and Indravelly) of Adilabad district of Andhra Pradesh. Under this project 12 villages were covered to grow different types of plants in the CCD Project area.
  • Watershed Development:  Under this project the main focus areas are soil and moisture conservation and providing loans for livelihood interventions for the poor, and agricultural productivity enhancement of small and marginal farmers.


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