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AGRI-CLINIC & AGRI-BUSINESS CENTER: AWARE has been approved as Nodal Training Institute (NTI) by MANAGE (Government of India, Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare) to conduct Training in Agri-Clinic and Agri-Business for Unemployed Agricultural Graduates /Diploma Holders/similar qualification. The training is for 60 days at Pujyashri Madhavanji Agricultural Polytechnic, at Aswaraopet Campus, Khammam District.... Read more...
Integrated Rural Development Program
Some of the achievements of AWARE Group are as follows:
  • AWARE made 3,000 villages self reliant and helped 2.5 million families to cross above poverty line.
  • AWARE brought 54,761 acres under cultivation of which 42,137 acres were brought under assured irrigation.
  • AWARE activities and programs led for 1,15,608 new employment generation.
  • 1,55,904 families established self-reliance. 
  • 1,69,526 farmers and 1,57,700 landless families and 5,18,261 women were benefited. 
  • 11,33,492 man-days of work was generated by AWARE’s programs.
  • Watershed Program undertaken by AWARE in collaboration with State Government rejuvenated 20,000 acres of land.
  • 32,254 Bonded labourers were released and rehabilitated.
  • 3,38,655 became new literates out which 1,56,000 were women.
  • 3,00,000 trees were planted and grown.
  • 1,100 bio-gas plants were constructed in the villages.
  • 24,000 smoke-less chullas were installed in tribal villages.
  • 142 forest protection groups with tribal’s of local area were formed to prevent smuggling of logs from the forest.
  • AWARE introduced Dharma Katas (free weighing machines) helping tribals to get correct weight for the products brought by them for sale.
  • 3,35,846 families received legal service from AWARE Legal Program.
  • 1,656 women were trained as barefoot legal workers.
  • 44,000 acres of land was reclaimed from illegal occupation and distributed to landless poor.
  • AWARE’s Health Program is serving 2,50,000 families annually with Medical care, health education and training Para medicals.
  • From 1977, AWARE actively participated in many natural disasters like cyclones, floods and earthquakes, and provided relief and rehabilitation to 200,000 families.