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ACDSSS Director Fr. Vinoy received the award of Ideal Man of Agra from the Ideal social Welfare Organization. Read More
Celebration on International Women's Day,2016 Read More
Workshop on MGNREGA Social Audit Read More
Street play was organized in the project areas of women Empowerment programme, Community Health Programme, Eradication of child labour programme Read More
ACDSSS Celebrated Adolescent girl’s day in Mathura with the participation of 600 girls. Read More
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Urban Poverty

Challenges of urban poverty are intimately tied with challenges of the country’s fast development. Apart from problem of basic housing, urban poor and slum dwellings, households in Agra lack access to amenities of safe drinking water, sanitation and road connectivity. Large numbers of families are victims of lost or no identity.

Like other thriving urban centres in India, Agra too has an active peri-urban area selling services and supplies to city. A sizable number of migrant families are settled in Brick-kiln and different industries discounting their presence from population enumeration processes. Looking at various possibilities to assist/ facilitate the poor in the urban region of Agra district, ACDSSS is engaged with various activities leading towards the empowerment of the poor in the city.

Daily bread through St. Joseph's Kitchen.

Answering the cry of the needy and helpless brethren, Most Rev.Dr. Albert D'Souza, initiated the project named St. Joseph's Kitchen. It provides monthly ration to 35 families for their sustenance. This project began on the feast St. Joseph the worker on May 1, 2013.


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