SRDWS is committed to fostering women's empowerment and environmental sustainability in Telangana, shaping a brighter tomorrow for the state and its villages
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About Us

Sahara Rural Development Welfare Society (SRDWS)

SRDWS actively addresses pollution, promotes sustainable farming practices, nurtures Mother Earth without chemicals, advocates for organic and green initiatives, and fosters farmer economic growth.

Founded in 2009, Sahara Rural Development Welfare Society is committed to women's empowerment. We achieve this through skill-building initiatives such as tailoring, computer operations, beautician training, and more. Our programs also focus on raising awareness and ensuring safety for women.

Our focus areas

An integrated approach to build a equitable and empowered society

Mission & Vision


Striving for the empowerment and improvement of women and the environment, envisioning a path towards a brighter tomorrow.


To offer enhanced opportunities through training and placements for women, fostering their growth. Simultaneously, we are dedicated to nurturing the environment through eco-friendly initiatives, paving the way for a better world for future generations.

Our Programs

To save our mother earth by replacing killer fossil fuels with clean biofuels and creating awareness programs at Pangavanikunta Thanda village.

Handling effective disposal of cases in consumer commissions. This program was attended by the Nalgonda Joint Collecter, CEO, DM, Civil Supply Officer, Consumer Consol Chairman, and other members.

Our Activities


BioCNG Plant Model

BioCNG plant model is in the process of construction, aligning with sustainable practices for enhanced economic and environmental benefits in the community. The plant offers employment opportunities for a significant number of individuals.

World Biofuel Day celebration in Mumbai Sahara Hotel

Introduced how to elevate crop yields and double farmers' income through organic farming practices, while implementing effective pollution control measures.

Issuing of the certificate from Dokkalabai Thand village to the Farmer Producer Company Ltd


National Consumer Day Meeting

Attended National Consumer Day meeting in Nalgonda

National legal services training for PLVs at Nalgonda


National Conference at Mumbai

Successfully completed the membership of 15,000 farmers in our NGO for organic farming. Appreciate the recognition of Meera Clean Biofuel Ltd at the national conference.

Meeting at the State Bank of India RSETI on January 6, 2022

The State Bank of India conducted a self-employment program in Parvedula Village, Peddavoora Mandal, Nalgonda district.

National Consumer Day meeting

On National Consumer Day, December 24, 2021, a meeting was attended by Telangana State Consumer Executive Members, members of Sahara Rural Development Welfare Society, and farmers. The gathering likely focused on consumer rights awareness and related issues for the betterment of the community.

Legal Services Awareness Program

District Legal Services Authority (DLSA) program in Nalgonda witnessed the presence of DLSA Secretary Venu Garu. This event likely focused on legal awareness and services for the community in the district.

Legal awareness camps

Program in Annaram Village attended by advocates

Legal awareness camp at Tirumala Giri

Asi Khali, APM Laxmi Narayan, Veterinary Doctor Azmira, Sarpanch Sravan Reddy, Label Advocate BSN Raju, and Shiva Chary attended the meeting.
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National Lok Adalat

The National Lok Adalat held on July 10, 2021, at the Junior Civil Judge Court in Nidmanoor successfully concluded with the resolution of 429 cases. The event was overseen by Junior Civil Judge Purshotham Rao Garu, Advocate China Veeraiah Garu along with the participation of the police and the public.

Junior Civil Court Legal Awareness Camp on 02.10.2021 in Nidmanoor

The camp was attended by Junior Civil Judge Purshotam Rao Garu, Bar Association Secretary China Veeraiah Garu, and Sub-Inspector Srinivas Nidmanoor Garu

Training in Srirampally

Training students in the Dairy Forum by former Krishna Reddy.

State Bank of India's Rural Self Employment Training Institute (RSETI) program

On September 21, 2021, the State Bank of India conducted a self-employment training program in Tirumalagiri village. The initiative aimed to empower individuals with skills and knowledge for potential self-employment opportunities.
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Legal services awareness camp

A legal awareness camp was conducted in Tummadam village, Nalgonda district, Telangana, to inform and educate the community about legal rights and procedures.

Legal services awareness camp on September 17, 2021

At the All India level, legal awareness camps were organized in villages, including Tipuraram, Tumaddam, Nidmanoor, Tirumalagiri, and Haliya. The initiative aimed to disseminate information about district court orders to residents and involved the active participation of farmers in these villages.
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World Consumer Day

On this day, advocates unite their voices in demanding that the rights of all consumers be respected and protected, regardless of the product, service, or social sector involved.
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Rural Self-Employment Training Program

The State Bank of India's Rural Self-Employment Training Program in Peddagudem Village, Peddavoora Mandal, is designed to empower individuals in the rural community by providing them with essential skills and training for self-employment, contributing to economic development at the grassroots level.


Board Members

Mohammed Nazeer Pasha


Mohammed Ishaq


Mohammed Dastagir


Mohammed Jani


Mohammed Jubeda Begum


Advisory Panel

Shaik Maqsood


Shaik Noureen



Statutory Details

Sahara Rural Development Welfare Society is a registered organization with following certifications

  • AAJAS7154FF2022101

Make a generous donation to help us reach more beneficiaries.

Account Number: 510101001508171

Bank: Union Bank of India

Branch: Halia

IFSC Code: UBIN0809772

All donations are eligible for tax savings under 80G.


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Get in touch

Mailing Address

2-46/1, Madharigudem Village, Anumula Mondal. Nalgonda District, Telangana- 508377

Email Address

Phone Number


Anumula Mondal. Nalgonda District, Telangana- 508377