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Spandana Cultural Organization for Progressive Education (SCOPE) is founded by a group of socially conscious individuals in 1990 and registered as a non-profit voluntary organization under the Andhra Pradesh (Telangana) Public Societies Registration Act, 1350 Fasli (Act I of 1350 F). The core objective of the organization is to transform the lives of poor and downtrodden communities in rural an urban areas through Education, Sustainable livelihoods, Health, Socio-economic and Cultural awareness.

Since the inception, SCOPE is working towards promotion of child rights, quality education, skill trainings, livelihood promotion, women empowerment, environmental conservation, natural resource management, HIV/AIDS targeted interventions, Socio-economic, cultural and legal awareness campaigns, Health, Nutritional promotion and WASH interventions. During the course of its work, it has collaborated with International organizations, NGOs and NGO networks and Government Departments.

Key Objectives

  • To promote child rights through engaging with communities, schools, institutions and government stakeholders.
  • Promote skills development among women and young people towards economic empowerment and dignity.
  • To sensitize and create awareness among the communities on socio-economic, cultural, health and environment issues.
  • To work for social empowerment by promoting literacy and ethical values among the masses
  • Encourage women to establish and manage small enterprise
  • Build the capacities of the rural and urban poor to become effective and self-sustaining agents of empowerment
  • Study and preserve Indian Heritage, Culture and Folk Performing Art Forms

Awards And Recognition

  • Received Best Performance award in Total Sanitation program by MEDVAN Network – 20
  • Honored with Best NGO Award by District Collector – facilitated by Centre for Environment Education.
  • Honored with best Cultural performance on Child Marriages by ICDS, Mahabubnagar
  • Received award from Samakya Yuvajana Sangham, in recognition of development interventions in Vavilala, Jinnaram Mandal, Medak District
  • Best Advocacy Program Award by HIV/AIDS Alliance, New Delhi.
  • Best Services Award by DAPCU – TSACS
  • Appreciation Award for Best NGO by SAATHI
  • Honored with Best NGO Award for Community to Government Interface by TSACS.
  • Best NGO Award for best performance in Target intervention 2021 by TSACS

Geographical Operational Areas

Geographically we have presence 400 wards, 250 villages and 150 schools of Medak, Siddipet, Sangareddy, Nalgonda, Suryapet , Yadadri-Bhongir, Hyderabad and Ranga Reddy districts of Telangana State.

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Key Interventions

  • Child Right,, child protection, child marriage, child labor eradication programs
  • HIV/AIDS Targeted interventions
  • Women Empowerment programs – Self-Employment
  • Skill development and livelihood programs for women and young people
  • Environment awareness and Natural Resource Management
  • Sustainable livelihoods for poor and marginal farmers through FPOs.
  • Cultural team promotion for awareness and sensitization on social causes
  • WASH – Health and Hygiene programs.

Major Accomplishments

  • Withdrawn 1200 Child Labour and mainstreamed into formal schools
  • 10 Child Labour Free Villages declared through SCOPE interventions
  • Stopped more than 20 child marriages through child rights campaigning
  • 10 Adult Education Centers created literacy for 650 adults.
  • 300 wooden toy artisans provided with livelihood linkages
  • 33000 children in government schools oriented and sensitized on child rights.
  • 2 orphans have been admitted in NGO run camps and 4 in KGBV
  • 23 School Children’s Committees have been formed
  • 5 adolescent girls’ committees have been formed
  • 450 youth are supporting the organizational intervention on a voluntary basis
  • Permanent buildings have been sanctioned for 2 Anganwadi Centers
  • 950 school-going children have been oriented on various aspects of HIV and AIDS
  • 25 schools have been covered by the Environment Education program
  • 300 children trained on folk arts and campaigned child marriages (Chinnari Malli)
  • 50 Children trained as child reporters on social issues.
  • School Kitchen Gardens promoted in 40 schools to provide nutritious food in Mid-day meals
  • 4 villages declared as 100% defecation free villages by constructing 480 toilets.
  • 20 Vana Samrakshana Samitis formed and strengthened to promote forest conservation.
  • 113 micro plans developed in 113 villages with 16 development indicators with community
  • 2 CBOs formed and strengthened with 340 MSMs and 952 FSWs – HIV/AIDS Target interventions
  • 300 women and youth trained in vocational skills and linked to placements and self-employment
  • Nirmal Gram Puraskaar Award received to 3 villages through SCOPEs interventions