CLCRRWCT is a Welfare Charitable Trust founded by Mr. Rambabu Polumati a social activist with great social visionary. It organizes programs of great benefit to the people facing the challenges of poverty and enables them to lead full and productive lives. The NGO offers education, healthcare, water conservation, sanitation, old age shelters, and agriculture and growth opportunities depending on the needs of the society. The Trust also works towards creating a more environmentally conscious society by promoting sustainability that preserves and protects nature. Incorporated as a non-profit organization. The headquarters of the organization is located at Bommuru, Rajahmundry Rural, and East Godavari District of Andhra Pradesh, South India. For various projects, the organization seeks partnership with government and public, private sector organizations, national and international NGOs and other organisations.
An integrated approach to build a equitable and empowered society
Overcoming the challenges of poverty, education, health and agriculture.
Eradicating poverty Through Community Equality and By providing Education and Creating Work to do Agriculture in Tribal Areas of Andhra Pradesh.
In the remote tribal village of Sand Quarry, located in G.K.veedhi Mandal of Alluri Seetharamaraju District, we are dedicated to providing education and daily mid-day meals to school dropout children. Our mission is to empower these children with knowledge and nourishment, ensuring they have the opportunity to thrive and build a brighter future. Through our efforts, we aim to break the cycle of poverty and illiteracy, fostering a community where every child has access to quality education and nutritious meals. By investing in their education and well-being, we believe we can create lasting positive change in Sand Quarry and beyond.
In a remote tribal area situated 200 kilometers away from main cities, our organization is making a significant impact by providing essential services. our organization offers a mid-day meals program to ensure villagers receive proper nutrition. Additionally, they focus on educating both children and adults, aiming to uplift the community through knowledge and empowerment. By bridging the gap between education and nutrition, our organization is transforming lives and bringing hope to a marginalized population. Their dedication to serving this distant village is creating positive change and fostering a brighter future for its residents.
Conducting jurisprudence conferences alongside an Environmental Program every three months is a pioneering initiative of our NGO. The latest session of this program took place on March 21st and 22nd, 2023, where experts and stakeholders gathered to discuss critical legal and environmental issues. These conferences serve as a platform for sharing knowledge, fostering collaboration, and advocating for sustainable practices in our community and beyond. Through these events, we aim to drive positive change and promote a deeper understanding of the intersection between law and the environment.
Our organization partners with the Vitamin Angels Association of India to provide essential Vitamin A and Albendazole tablets to children aged 1 to 5 in tribal areas. This collaborative initiative is focused on enhancing children's health and nutrition, addressing vital needs crucial for their growth and development. By ensuring access to these vital supplements, we aim to contribute to a brighter and healthier future for these communities. This program underscores our commitment to supporting the well-being of marginalized children, fostering sustainable health improvements in tribal regions. Through this collaboration, we strive to make a meaningful impact on the lives of these young individuals, empowering them to thrive and succeed
Regular Education Training in Sandquary,In Sandquary of GK Veedhi Mandal, our organization is dedicated to providing regular education training to rural village people. Through various programs and workshops, we aim to equip community members with essential skills and knowledge to enhance their livelihoods and empower them for a brighter future
Making Training Offers Path to Sustainable Livelihoods.By teaching rural village people to make bricks using grass , we not only provide them with employment opportunities but also contribute to environmental protection through sustainable practices. This initiative empowers communities to earn a livelihood while preserving the environment, fostering a win-win situation for both people and nature
Seminar on legal literacy campOur organization recently hosted a seminar on legal literacy, empowering individuals with essential legal knowledge and rights awareness. Through this camp, participants gained valuable insights into their legal rights and responsibilities, enhancing their ability to navigate the legal system effectively. This initiative underscores our commitment to promoting legal education and empowerment within our community.
Dr. Ambedkar JayanthiOn the occassion of 131st birthday of Dr. Ambedkar the Father of our Indian Constitution who strived his life against untouchability was celebrated by giving clothes to the tribal women. About 200 women were bnefited in Bommuru village.
Delivering Democracy ConferenceThe NGO participated in Delivery democracy conference which was organised for 2 days 12th and 13th April 2023 at Art of living , Bangalore.
It is the small change that makes the biggest impact.
Tribal women were benefited by the programs .
Centre for Legal Clinic Research and Rehabilitation Welfare Charitable Trust is a registered organization with following certifications
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