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About the Organisation

ABOUT THE ORGANISATION

A short History of Development Society for Poor (DSP)

2005 – Development Society for Poor (DSP) was started by Rev. Fr. K. Rayapu Reddy & Mr. A.

Prabhudasu with Registration Number: 876/2005 dated 29th December 2005

2014 – On March 14, 2014 DSP started “Archangel’s Home for the Aged” at Rentachintala with

Mr. Satish Kumar Reddy in a rented building to cater the needs of the destitute elderly.

2016 – New Home for the Aged was constructed and dedicated on March 14, 2106 with the help

Of Mr. K. Marreddy as the builder.  

2017 – Mrs. Thomasamma is elevated as President and DSP got 12 A, Tax Exemption Status

2018 – January 2, 2018 DSP got FCRA – Mrs. Mary Ruby started working as the Project

Manager.

Different Staff was recruited as different project coordinators – Mrs. Anitha Kumari, Mrs. Yeruva Maria Rani, Mrs. Allam Mary, Ms. Chand Bi Sheik and Mrs. Boyapati Mahitha.

2018 – Started different Projects namely:

 Educating the Children – Specially Girl Children, Young Girls, Orphans, Semi-Orphans and most Needy were supported

Helping the Victims: Widows, Challenged people

2019 – DSP is Entering into Medical Field and starting “Archangel’s Hospital and Research

Centre” from March 14, 2019 with Dr. Madhukar Reddy and Mr. Sudheer Show Reddy.

Development Society for Poor (DSP) is a social service organization working for the socio-economic development of the poor specially for the Scheduled caste (SC), the Scheduled Tribe (ST) and Backward communities, irrespective of their caste, creed and religion. It is committed for the development of the socially marginalized communities and Backward Class communities. It focuses on the rural and urban poor, agricultural labourers, marginal farmers, women and children, particularly the girl children. The Development Society for Poor is committed to people's participatory development processes. People concerned and affected are involved in the entire process of project identification, development, execution, monitoring and evaluation. Projects adopt a bottom up approach and are evolved at the community level.

Development Society for Poor