The following are the ongoing projects in 3 operational districts in Andhra Pradesh
|S.No||Project title||Funding agency||Year|
|1.||Awareness Program of farmers on ‘Water Management” in Prakasam District.||Minor Irrigation-GoAP||2008|
|2.||Promoting environmental education and awareness among school going children-Formation of Eco-clubs in 50 High schools of Nellore district||National Green Corps (NGC) Ministry of Environment & Forestry, Govt of A.P.||2008-2010|
|3.||Capacity building of Fixed Labor Groups under NREGP and formation of SSS Groups and Federating them in HM.Padu Mandal of Prakasam dist||District Water Management Agency (DWMA) , Ministry of Rural Development, Govt of A.P.||2009- till date|
|4.||Disaster Mitigation and Management program- awareness program and Hazardous mapping in villages of Kurnool district||UNDP-Kurnool unit||2010|
|5||Livelihood support to vulnerable families-Dairy support and Vaccination in Kurnool district||Care India, N.Delhi||2011|
|5.||Trainings on Naitalim Education (Learning by doing concept) for Government school teachers in Nellore District .||National Council of Rural Institutes-NCRI, A Body of
Ministry of HRD, Govt of India.
|6||Housing Program for 23 families in Ramapuram village in Prakasam district||U.W.Linsi Foundation-Swiss
& AP State Housing Corp Ltd
|7||Housing project for 40 poor SC families in Alagayapalem Vill of Ulavapadu Mdl in Prakasam district||A.P. State Housing Corp Ltd, Prakasam dist & U.W.Linsi Foundation-Swiss.||2014- 15|
|8||Construction of Community Activity Centre in Alagayapalem (Vil), Ulavapadu Mdl, Prakasam district.||Helmut and Partners- Wien, Austria.||2014- 2015
|9||Sustainable Tribal Empowerment Project (Health, Education &Livelihoods) in 7 Tribal habitations of Atmakur mdl in Kurnool dist||U.W.Linsi Foundation-SWISS
In Prakasam district it started
|10||Action Research Project- Chenchu PRIs and Livelihoods Promotion in 9 Chenchu habitations of Atmakur mandal in Kurnool dt.||Institute of Livelihood Research and Training (ILRT)- Hyderabad (Promoted by BASIX SEG)||2014-2016
|11||Community Based Disability Rehabilitation Program in Vinukonda area of Guntur Dist||vzwBalavikas-Belgium||2016-17|
|12||Constructed Household toilets for rural poor families in Bethapudi village of Repalle mandal, Guntur Dist-100 Nos||Dept of Rural Water Supply-RWS- GoAP, Guntur Dist.||2016-17|
|13||Construction of Household level toilets for rural poor families in Amalapuram village of Atmakur mandal in Kurnool dist-270 nos||Department of Rural Water Supply and Sanitation- GoAP, Kurnool District.||2016-17.|
|14||Construction of Household level toilets for Tribal families in 2 villages of Atmakur mandal in Kurnool district -350 nos||Department of Rural Water Supply and Sanitation- GoAP, Kurnool Dist.||
|15||Smile Twin e-Learning Program-STeP – trains the urban underprivileged adolescent youth in English Proficiency, Basic Computer Education and Soft Skills for enhancing their prospects of employment in the fast expanding retail, hospitality and BPO sectors.||Smile Foundation –N.Delhi.
(Project was implemented Hayathnagar of Hyderabad, Telangana State)
|16||Farmers Empowerment Program @ Kurnool dt covering 4 Gram panchayaths – 1500 farmers.||RySS – Dept of Agriculture, GoAP||2018-2021|
Village Renewal Organisation has actively collaborated with the following networks as mentioned below.
- APNA- Andhra Pradesh NGOs Alliance- by Ministry of Rural Development, Govt of AP
- APTRINGO- Andhra Pradesh Tribal Non-Governmental Organisation’s Federation.
- ILRT– Institute of Livelihood Research and Training –ILRT-Hyderabad (BASIX Group)
- Smile Foundation- New Delhi.
Relationship with Government Departments
Village Renewal Organisation has good rapport with all line departments at mandal and district level. Government Department officials are often involved in every program under taken by the organization. Departments like Agriculture, Irrigation Department, Ministry of HRD, Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Women and child welfare, DRDA, DWMA, Health, Banking, Fisheries, Revenue, Rural Water Supply, Housing, and Youth welfare are extending their support for the developmental programs implemented by the organization.