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Women Welfare Organizations in Hyderabad

To make women self-reliant and give them proper conditions for working, the Andhra Pradesh Women's Cooperative Finance Corporation Ltd. (APWCFC) have promoted economic activities foe women residing in rural provinces. Mahila Vikasa Kendrams (Women Training Centers) train women in myriad skills. Helping hand is provided by Andhra Pradesh State Government, NABARD (National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development), SIDBI (Small Industries Development Bank of India) and Government of India. Vocational training, spoken English, exposure tours, teachers training, printing technology, canteen management, house keeping, bee keeping, electrical appliances repairs, preparation of jams, accounting and managerial skills are imparted to women.

Taruni Facility Centers have been set up to make use of Information Technology with each centre comprising of fax machine, photocopier, laser printer and internet facility. Working Women's Hostels make it convenient for women to take up jobs in towns and cities and live at affordable rates.

Gender equality, gender justice, social security, elimination of discrimination and economic development of women is the main purpose of the government. Swayamsidha Programme of the Government intends to create awareness women about good health and nutrition, education, hygiene and other social issues. 'Aanganvadi Centres' serve as monitoring systems.

Andhra Pradesh Microfinance Institutions (Regulation of Money Lending) Act, 2011 protects the interests of self-help group (SHG) borrowers from MFIs (microfinance institutions) which give small loans to poor borrowers.

Swadhar Homes
Project at Kukatpally,Hyderabad.
Phone: 040 23063153


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Prime Minister’s Employment Generation Programme (PMEGP) has led to improved employment opportunities due to establishment of micro enterprises urban and rural areas. Abhaya Hastham (Indira Kranthi Patham Pension and Insurance Scheme for SHG Women) is a co-contributory Pension Scheme for the women (above 18 years of age), belonging to the Self Help Groups in Andhra Pradesh.It helps in the following ways:
  • Monthly pension on becoming 60+ years of age
  • Death and disability insurance cover (also scholarship to their children)
  • Lump sum transfer of account money to nominee in the event of her death.

There are Women Police Stations in Hyderabad  .Women Police are at your beck and call in case of eve teasing, dowry harassment, domestic violence, passport verification and internet frauds etc.

Women Welfare Organizations in Hyderabad

Conferedration of Women Entrepreneurs
 6-3-657/F1, TL Kapadia Ln, Somajiguda, Andhra Pradesh 500082
 Phone: 040 6553 5794

CWWO - Children & Women Welfare Organization
 H.No.1-8-4, Rajendra Nagar Road,
Rajendra Nagar, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh 500030

Twin Cities Women's Welfare Association
5-9-101/3, United House, P G Road,
P G Road, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh 500001
Phone: 040 2323 1049

Shaheen Women's Resource and Welfare Association
23-3-540, Baqshi Bazaar,
Sultan Shahi Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh 500065
Phone: 040 2438 6994

Women Development Child Welfare & Disabled Welfare Dept
Room No. 210, L Block, 2nd Floor Secretariat,
Hyderabad 500022 Andhra Pradesh
Phone: 040 2345 6852

S A B Women's Organization
19-3-543/21, I/S, Alibad, Alibad,
Hyderabad 500253 Andhra Pradesh
Phone: 040 2438 2370

Ideal Women's Welfare Association
(Regd.with Govt.of A.P.India No.2087/1997)
16-2-841/A, Saidabad, Hyderabad AP India
Email: iwwa_hyd@yahoo.com

Cheyuntha  Women's Welfare Society
23-9-1/4/A, Vinayak Nagar, Sai Krupa Towers,
Ramachandrapuram, Hyderabad - 500032
Phone: 6519-2073

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