RURAL DEVELOPMENT WOMEN WELFARE SOCIETY (RDWWS) is a Non-Governmental, Non-political, Non-religion, Non-commercial, Non-profit making voluntary organisation. It was formed by few dedicated and service-minded women social workers to render their voluntary service for the emancipation of rural poor women in particular and the other people in general, without any discrimination of caste, creed and religion. The organisation is registered under the Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860. Registered under the Foreign Contribution (Regulations) Act, 1976. Since its inception in the year 1996 several useful and sustainable programmes implemented by the RDWWS in rural areas of the Kadapa District in Andhrapradesh. Special focus on the development of rural women and children. The main purpose of RDWWS is to empower the rural women folk in social, economical, health and education, which are the main elements for developments of any community or Country. Income tax exemption for your contributions under section 80(G)/12(A) of IT Act 1961.
Supporting and promotion on voluntary action in this traditionally NGO deficient region.
• Community organization activities among the women .
• Developing deeper understanding of Child Rights, Rights of girl child, and Self Governance, Gender analysis, causes of poverty and role of state and people in establishing principles of equality, protection of marginalized and weak, equality of man and woman in all respect and different essential aspects of Governance and Welfare of people as enshrined in the Constitution of India and other World Bodies and Spiritual Scriptures.
• programs which are directly handled by the people and finding ways to increase the uptake of Government Health Services.
Women and poverty:
Review and adopt and maintain micro-economic policies and development strategies that address the needs and efforts of women in poverty, provide women with access to savings and credit mechanism i.e., formation of self-help groups.
Education and Training of women:
• Ensure equal access to education, eradicate illiteracy among women. • Improved women’s access to vocational training and develops non-discriminatory education and training. Women and Health: • Increase women’s access throughout their life, cycle to appropriate, affordable and quality health care, information and related services. • Strengthen preventive programmes that promote women health undertaken gender – sensitive initiatives that address sexually transmitted diseases, HIV/AIDS and sexual and reproductive health issues. Violence against women: • To take integrated measures to prevent and eliminate violence against women. • Study the causes and consequences of violence against women and effectiveness of preventive measures. • Eliminate trafficking in women and assist victims of violence due to prostitution and trafficking
Women and Economy:
• To promote women’s economic rights and independence, including access to employment and appropriate working condition, and control over economic resources. • To facilitate women’s equal access to resources, employment, markets and trade. • To provide business services, training and access to markets information and technology, particularly to low-income women. • To strengthen women’s economic capacity and commercial network. • Eliminate occupational segregation and all forms of discrimination. • To promote harmonization of work and family responsible for women and men.
Women in power and decision making:
• To take measures to ensure women’s equal access to and full participation in power structure and decision-making. • To increase women’s capacity to participate decision-making and leadership.
Human Rights of women:
• To promote and protect the human rights of women through the full implementation of all human rights instruments, especially the convention on the elimination of all forms of discrimination against women. • Ensure equality and non-discrimination under the law and in practice. • To achieve legal literacy.
Women and environment:
• To involve women actively in environmental decision making at all levels. • To integrate gender concerns and perspective in policies and programme for sustainable development