Manavata in Humanitarian AID
Manavata Ashrams /Orphanages Manavata Ashrams and Orphanages help under-privileged and orphaned children by providing food, clothes, shelter and education with parental kind of care and affection. There are 4 Ashrams - 60 children at Hyderabad and Lolla, 45 blind children at Ramachandrapuram and 40 dumb and deaf children at Srikakulam. Manavata is planning new centers to help more children.
Clothes distribution :Manavata distributes clothes to the poor and needy and conducts clothes distribution drives regularly.
Food distribution :Manavata centers distribute food to the needy regularly.
Natural Calamity Aid :Manavata's volunteer groups engage in voluntary work when natural calamities strike and provide emergency support for survival to the needy.
Financial Support for Critical Surgeries :Manavata provides medical aid for poor patients who cannot afford the cost of critical life-saving surgeries.
Our Strategy To Reach The World :Manavata Initiatives at 5 Levels Manavata reaches out to society through 5 programs that impact at individual, family, community, village and global levels. The initiatives are - The Manavata Academy for Human Excellence (Individual), Charity at Home (Family), Charity Together (Society), Sustainable Rural Development Program (Village) and Cycling for Humanity (Global).
Manavata Academy of Human Excellence (MAHE) :MAHE is a centralized Academy set up to impart structured training for its volunteers. MAHE empowers each volunteer to become an example of Manavata's philosophy and work. Located in Hyderabad, MAHE trains volunteers and creates new methods and processes to improve the 3H life.
Charity At Home :This initiative promotes best practices at the family level to build healthy, happy and harmonious families. Around 3000 families have so far benefitted through this program by adopting the 3H lifestyle.
Charity Together :Facilitated by Manavata this forum brings charities / NGOs together to achieve greater effectiveness in providing service. 400 member organizations participate in this consortium.
Sustainable Rural Development Program (SRDP) :Manavata adopts villages and promotes education, health and environment, develops leadership and governance, promotes sustainable agriculture techniques, creates economic equilibrium, helps people earn livelihoods and serves people who are poor and needy. Manavata has so far adopted 10 villages under SRDP and plans to adopt 500 villages in the next 3 years.