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People Social Service & Educational Development Society

Presence in: India
Focus: Community / Customary Land Rights

Aims and Objectives:-
 To enrich the personal life of the rural poor people, triables, and S.C., S.T., people for providing opportunities of Adult Education, Physical culture peace building recreation.
 To improve the occupational and Technical knowledge of poor people for raising their efficiency and increasing livelihood water conservation ,consumer protection.
 To organize programmes of Educational, Environmental, YOGA ,Health National Integration etc.,
 To develop skills in identifying socials, plants motivation communication and organisation in order to sharpen them capabilities required to perform various functions associated with their present and future roles. Communal harmony awareness
 To improve health and nutritional status of rural children women and physical handicapped.
 Social mobilization of poor towards self sufficiency.
 Education and organizing the poor into action groups.
 Building peoples institutions (Financial and Social) for sustainable development.
 Initiation Micro entrepreneurship for the economical growth of poor.
 To improve Health and Nutritional aspects to minimize child mortality, Anti – natal mortality and to minimize malnourishment among children.
 Organizing women into action groups and encouraging thrift & credit programmes
 To promote and help the farmers on sustainable Agriculture and Eco friendly activities.
 Initiating child development activities for building healthy and responsible future generation

People Associated With This Organization

Dr.Bathula Sanjeevarayudu

India  
People Social Service &...
Joined November 2017
Interests: Community / Customary Land Rights
Fighted on Human rights
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Dr.Bathula Sanjeevarayudu is an Indian anti corruption activist turned Human rights fighter , who is the National Humanist awardee. He is the National secretary of Backward caste , a that was launched in November 1992. Dr.Bathula Sanjeevarayudu had been a social activist long before he entered the world of Human rights and his main motive of venturing into this field was so that he could serve the country. As a teenager he had trouble deciding which career to pursue: also became involved in social activism. His involvement in the ‘Parivartan’ movement earned him a Nikhil Koithara Award for Emergent Leadership. Later on he became involved with civil rights workers in his India Against Corruption (IAC) movement following which he stated NGO Name of People social service & Educational Development society in 1990,some land lords and politicians occupied burial grounds in Erragudur village

Organised conference on child rights, and Implementation of related laws in south India ,Juveline Justice , care and protection of children act-2015, and the protection of children from sexual offences,POSCO act 2012 for southern regions of India, Dr. Bathula sanjeevarayudu dedicatedly doing on the rehabilitation & reintegration of children in need of care & protection and children in conflict with law, He fighted deaths of children at a govt Hospitals, private hospitals,girls sexual abuses, denial of treatments to an Hiv positive pregnant women ,children and harash of police actions,etc, Eradicate blind belief of offering girl child to goddess Mathamma in Tamilnadu, Andhrapradesh state of India, Dr. Bathula Sanjeevarayudu doing with co-operation of National human rights commission, A.P. state human rights commission, Lokayuktha, Delhi High court, and other UNO Agencies,Food, Health, Education Shelter basic rights to children fighted on this issues
Dr.Bathula Sanjeevarayudu is the network champion (main point of contact) for People Social Service & Educational Development Society.

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