About Arunodaya Trust!

ARUNODAYA TRUST works in the Andhra Pradesh of India and is currently one of the Grass root NGO’s in India. It was founded by a group of development activists and social workers who had a background in rural development. Its unique genesis resulted in two advantages for the foundation of the organisation it initiated its program with people possessing prior field experience and owing to the specific background it inherited a broad and comprehensive outlook encompassing a socio-economic and environmental development perspective.

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  • Health

    Providing Knowledge To Combat Against Diseases (HIV/Aids) HIV/AIDS victims.

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  • Education

    A Lifeline For The Destitute Children Because the poor mostly are illiterate.

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  • Social Causes

    What makes Not Alone our flagship program? Part of the answer lies.

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  • Liveli Hoods

    Computer In computers will oversee these training sessions.

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  • Women Empowerment

    you might be listening to news, reading newspaper or magazine.

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  • Medical Camps

    The Arunodaya Trust organizes free medical camps round the year in the slums.

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Chairman's Message

Having an experience of more than a decade in social sector it was illustrated that there is transformational change in the societies and operational areas which I strongly believe that the carried activities will define the futuristic direction in the development indices in the country.

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volunteers staff

  • Khagga Venkat Rao

    Managing Trustee

    I am VenkataRao B.F.A.(Bachelor of Fine Arts) Graduate from J.N.T.U., Hyderabad. I am from a rural village at Guntur, A.P., and India

  • Gerard Kumar

    Treasurer

    Gerard Kumar worked with the Educational Department for Different Private Colleges and Schools as a Principal and Faculty for many years.

Inspirational Quotes

  • “If Opportunity dosen't knock, build a door.”

    Milton Berle

  • “If you want to conquer fear, don't sit home and think about it. Go out and get busy.”

    Dale Carnegie

  • “I can't change the direction of the wind, but I can adjust my sails to always reach my destination.”

    Jimmy Dean

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