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ASSIST

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Help a community get access to water
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Last audited December 2018
Supported 4297 Underprivileged Families In Drought-Affected Areas Get Access To Water
The mission of ASSIST is to create an ideal and equitable society by promoting rural development. The organization was born in response to the social problems prevailing in the Prakasam and Guntur districts in AP. They work for the development of the poor and marginalized communities in the rural areas of Andhra Pradesh. A unique feature of ASSIST is that they do not work for the people, but with the people in order to achieve the overall objective of making a community a viable unit for its own development.They come up with innovative and adaptable strategies to keep constant communication at the community level. They have taken the responsibility of the overall development of these rural areas as it undertakes programs to create awareness, economic and child development, women empowerment, community health, housing and sanitation, water provision etc. With this support, the number of children going to school has increased and the water facilities in the villages that Assist works with have been renovated. Every year close to 514 illiterate women get educated, 529 get trained in vocational skills, 22 government schools are strengthened. ASSIST aspires to cater to the rural people in every possible way and make their lives better.
Leadership Jashti Ranga Rao
Access to livellihood opportuntities and basic needs
Drinking water is a basic need and yet, many poor families do not have access to this basic need. ASSIST, through this program works in providing accessible potable water to poor and marginalized communities in the rural areas of Prakasam, Guntur, Krishna, and Ranga Reddy districts in Andhra Pradesh. A comprehensive baseline survey of villages is conducted to assess the needs of the people. The program plans to provide bore-wells in places where the families have to walk long distances to fetch water. In addition to providing the bore-well, ASSIST's field staff also train the villagers to maintain and monitor the functioning of the bore-well. The complete cost of the borewell is borne through donations. The donation amount caters to the hand pump, cylinders and other consumables required for construction. When choosing to donate to this program, you will provide access to potable water to 25 families through one bore-well.

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