Development in People's
"DADAS" stands for Dr.Ambedkar Dalithavarga Abhivruddi Sangam. It is state level non-govermental organisation based in Cuddapah Town A.P., India. It is formed by various like minded, individuals, development organisers and dedicated social workers. It acts as a coalition organisation, that facilitates a concerted effort among its target groups, members by building their response mechanism in tackling the complex issues in dealing with socio-economic, medical, welfare and rural development activities. "DADAS" aims to make sensitised effective and positive contribution in minimizing the poverty, illiteracy, ill health, ignorance and inadequate basic, necessities in the life of individual families, communities and society as a whole.
"DADAS" was started by Mr,P.M.Ravi Kumar Babu, the founder and President of the organisation in 1987 at Cuddapah Town in the state of Andhra Pradesh, India. It was born out of the aspiration and commitment of few Philanthropists, Academic persons and dedicated Social Workers to the cause of Rural Upliftment and Rural reconstruction programmes. The Birth of "DADAS" was response indeed and emotional response to the problems of poverty, Unemployment, Malnutrition, Ill health, Disabilities and inadequate medical facilities that were widely prevalent Cuddapah District.The above society was registered in Ministry of Home Affairs, under the FCRA with Regd, No 010160200, dated 02-09-93. It started effectively by functioning by undertaking various activities, benifits of which flow to the weakest of the weak and those belonging to the lowest of the rungs of the rural society.
"DADAS" aims to work with the poorest and the most socially disadvantaged people in its operational area to assist them in fighting the causes of poverty and bringing about a sustained improvement in the Economic, Literacy, Health, Environment and the Social Conditions of their lives.
"DADAS" is placing People's Development in People's hand with their fullest Participation and involvement to bring a social change among the rural poor people.