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Sai Educational Rural & Urban Development Society (SERUDS)

SERUDS is a Non-Government Organization NGO in Kurnool District of Andhra Pradesh, India working as a charitable society or trust for the welfare and development of deprived street children, orphans, destitute women, poor old age people.
SERUDS has been working since 2003 through its need-based programs focused on access to education, food, livelihood training and healthcare.

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In India, nearly 40% of adolescent girls in the age group of 15-18
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Top Charity Projects

We’ve built Projects for Orphans and Street Children,
Destitute Elders, Women, Child Education. Help us to reach more needy people

Seruds Orphanage

Seruds Orphanage for Girls and Orphanage for Boys were started in January 2012. We started with 5 children in 2012. Today we have 25 girls and 35 boys. The Children’s Homes are spread across 3 floors.
The children are orphans, rescued street children found by volunteers, or come from very poor families or have single parents who cannot give them proper education and food.

Old Age Home

Welcome to SERUDS Happy Old Age Home, a sanctuary for abandoned and destitute women in Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh. Our home provides a safe and nurturing environment where elders can live with dignity and respect during the last stage of their lives.
Since our launch in 2012, we have provided free shelter to 90 elders, and currently, 30 grannies call our home their own.

Sponsor A Child In India.

32 million Indian children of age up to 13 years have never attended any school, the majority of them belonging to the socially disadvantaged class or poor families. In addition, 47 million children of secondary and higher secondary school-going age dropped out of school. Most government schools have a poor quality infrastructure, and lack teachers. Children mired in poverty are forced to drop out of school and find ways to survive.
Shockingly, there are more than 33 million child laborers below the age of 18 years in India, whereas they should be in school.

Children's Daycare Centers

Seruds started its first child welfare program in 2003 with 10 children living in slums. Today we support 80 children, between the age of 1 year to 6 years, from slums and villages around Kurnool district in three creche or day care centers.
These children come from poor families where both parents work as construction or farm laborers. During work day, they are unable to take care of their children.

Midday Meals For Destitute Elders Program

According to a 2016 government report, there were 104 million elders in India, making the country the second largest with population of elders globally. By 2050 the number is expected to reach 326 million.
A 2015 survey by All India Senior Citizens’ Confederation reports that 60 per cent of elderly people living with their families face abuse; 66 per cent are below the poverty line.

Women Development, Empowerment & Education

Women face discrimination across the world. This had led to great disparity in education, income, wealth and health. Women account for just 10% of the world’s income and own less than 1% of the world’s property.
In India, the rate of literacy for men is 80.9 per cent as compared to 64.6% for women, and their participation in labor force is only 29%. Women Empowerment implies giving them independence, and choice in how they want to lead their lives.
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Our Mission since 2003 :
Help The Poor & Disadvantaged

Millions of People are Suffering from Starvation, SERUDS is helping them by providing food and water. Help these people overcome thier starvation. A Small Contribution from Your Side could help these people get meals.

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