Society for Social Transformation (SST) was founded in 2007 in a district named Kurnool at Andhra Pradesh. Their aim is to uplift the downtrodden societies of villages in Andhra Pradesh with basic education, health care and livelihood training facilities.
Programs in 2018: 1) Distribution of clothing & bedding material to the elderly. 2) Distribution of education materials to adolescent girls. 3) Financial literacy awareness workshops in collaboration with Reserve Bank of India. 4) Monetary support to students for completing their education. 5) Climate change awareness seminars for college students. 6) Vocational skills (IT/computer literacy and communication skills) training program for the community's youth. 7) They also organized cultural programs on social beliefs and science for masses, seminars on educating about consumer rights, etc.
Through these workshops, awareness seminars and training programs SST was able to reach out to 1,800 beneficiaries in 2018 in the districts of Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh, India.
Income Rs18 lac
Expense Rs19 lac
Source : Audit Report 2018
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