Association for Social Service and Educational Transformation was established for the welfare of the socially and economically downtrodden of scheduled tribes, caste, as well as underprivileged women and children in Andhra Pradesh.
Some of their 2012-13 activities were as follows:
Mobile Medical Dispesnary: They have two doctors, two nurses, one pharmacist, and one lab technician who conduct all day mobile medical camps in villages with check-ups, tests, treatment and medications.
Tribal Hostel for Girls: This was created to improve the literacy rate of girls from the 1st to 5th standards.
Child Rights and Distressed Woman Awareness Programmes: Children and their families participated in order to learn more about their rights. Some receive counselling and support services.
Biotechnology: They demonstrate the construction of vermin compost pits with locally available agricultural waste. Farmers learn these skills and use them to better their crop yields.
Health Awareness Programmes: The organisation conducts HIV/AIDS awareness camps, as well as health and hygiene camps for underprivileged families in the area. To promote cleanliness, safe practices, and timely treatment of illnesses.
Income Rs1 lac
Expense Rs1 lac
Source : Audit Report 2013
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