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WELCOME TO BHIMADOLE DEVELOPMENT SOCIETY

WELCOME TO BHIMADOLE DEVELOPMENT SOCIETY

ORGANIZATION: BHIMADOLE DEVELOPMENT SOCIETY” (BDS) Established in the year 1988 and its Registration No is 512/88. BDS has been actively involved in planning and executing social welfare programmes in order to empower the poor in the society. This society has its base in Andhra Pradesh.

BDS has been working in close collaboration with the District and State administration and time-to-time it has served as member of many committees and organizations of the District administration. In 1996 it was honoured with the “Best Voluntary Organization of the District” award. BDS has successfully completed many major integrated rural projects.Bhimadole Development Society is initiating a service programme in collaboration with ‘SIDE BY SIDE INDIA, BELGIUM’ for the development of four villages i.e., Kothuru, Thallagudem, Kothamupparu and Buraigudem, in the Diocese of Eluru, Andhra Pradesh, to meliorate living conditions and create better chances for the poorest indwellers. The service will be extended to the people based on a comparative social study on the socio-demographic situation of the villages. The project covers areas such as education, health, basic sanitation, and housing, creating awareness, drinking water facilities and making opportunities to earn an extra income.

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Community Development

Empowering community has always been the vision of all the initiatives of BDS. The history of BDS’ perspective always was with the marginalized sections of the society.

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WOMEN EMPOWERMENT PROGRAMMES

BDS even reaches out to women flock in order to realize their worth and dignity by making them to adopt them to the social change and for sustainable life.

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Education Services

"Education empowers society to development," realizing this truth BDS has been engaged in promoting literacy by supporting student

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Our Partners

Bhimadole Development Society is initiating a service programme in collaboration with ‘SIDE BY SIDE INDIA, BELGIUM’ for the development of four villages i.e., Kothuru, Thallagudem, Kothamupparu and Buraigudem, in the Diocese of Eluru, Andhra Pradesh, to meliorate living conditions and create better chances for the poorest indwellers.  The service will be extended to the people based on a comparative social study on the socio-demographic situation of the villages. The project covers areas such as education, health, basic sanitation, housing, creating awareness, drinking water facilities and making opportunities to earn an extra income. 

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CONFERENCE

Timely health education, especially on sexual health and hygiene to the adolescents will facilitate personality development and reduce stress and anxiety related to physical and mental health of the age. Adolescent club formation, peer to peer education, counselling, seminars and workshops, sexual health and hygiene awareness programmes etc are organized

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Directors Message

"Sometimes peoples light goes out, but is blown again into instant flame by an encounter with another human being." Albert Schweitzer. BDS is a charitable society which is to give light and hope for many who are thrown in the dark dens of society by injustice and helplessness. We try to up lift the poor of the society by providing them with the minimum facility to live. We not only give as means of charity but also teach them to stand on their own legs by making them aware of their dignity and worth in the society. We try to light their life and make them to glow high in the society by providing them an integral development to all section of people in poor rural places.Fr. Joby Kaithakalam Vc

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CALL FOR PAPER

Understanding the need of health service delivery in the remote villages of India, we have rural health centres. The rural health centres mainly managed by nurses and supported by the service of the doctors visit on regular intervals. The centres work as link between people and community for awareness and health promotion. Inadequacy of system based public health service delivery on time increase in mortality rate and morbidity rate in rural and tribal areas. The service of health centres established in rural and tribal villages save hundreds of life and removed them from the clutches of witches and superstitions related with diseases in adequacy of volunteers, especially of medical professionals in Eluru.

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