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About Us

Youth Club - Bejjipuram is a Secular, apolitical organization founded by 20 elite, committed and educated youth inspired by the Mahatma Gandhi Philosophy of rural reconstruction through Non – violence and Grama Swarajyam and the inspiration of Swami Vivekananda preaching’s in the year 1980. The aim of the Organization is to fulfill the Human Values by serving the needy, downtrodden and under privileged sections of the society and inculcate the culture of Mutual Cooperation, Self Help, Self respect, Mutual Aid and encourage them  to  participate in decision making in order to cherish the objective of People’s empowerment.


Initially YCB had focused its emphasis on the basic needs of the village communities in erstwhile Ranastalam Block in Srikakulam District of United Andhra Pradesh during nineteen eighties and slowly extend the reach of services to unreached areas and unreached communities to other Mandals in the district and Districts.

YCB always stays close to the hearts of the communities and assessed the needs and potentials in a participatory manner. Channeling the youth force to rural reconstruction, YCB has been extending its sensible support to communities for their socio – economic empowerment during the last 41 Years Srikakulam is one of the poverty stricken districts of Andhra Pradesh State from where we observed migration of deprived and disadvantaged communities in large numbers to neighboring States and Districts in search of livelihoods.


YCB has chosen Srikakulam consciously to serve the poor in the district. Presently YCB is working with rural people and under privileged people living in rural areas of 16 Revenue Mandals, 1 Municipal Corporation and 3 urban Municipalities in united Srikakulam District striving to achieve 

sustainable development goals 1. End hunger, achieve food security and improved nutrition and promote sustainable agricultural 2. Ensure healthy lives and promote well being for all at all ages 3. Ensure inclusive and equitable qualitative education. 4. Achieve gender equality. Further it was able to extend its services often to deprived people in Visakhapatnam; Vizianagaram; East Godavari Districts in AP during the past 20 years to some extent to implement need based programs.


YCB’s most promising approach is to promote and strengthen the community based organizations with different communities like farmers, artisans, high risk groups and rural women. During recent times it has changed its policy to reduce human resources and mostly depend on Information Technology and computerized systems in reporting and accounting according to changing trends of the world.

Our Donors

  • Andhra Pradesh Aids Control Society(APSACS)- Vijayawada

  • CHILDLINE India Foundation, Mumbai supported by Ministry of women& Child Development, GOI

  • National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD), AP Regional Office, Hyderabad

  • Indian Literacy Project- Benguluru/USA

  • Water Resource Department, Command Area Development authority, GOAP

  • Department of Ground Water, GOAP

  • Departments of Agriculture, Fisheries and Horticulture

  • Syngenta Foundation India, PUNE

  • Nehru Yuva  Kendram, Srikakulam, Ministry of Youth affairs and sports, GOI

  • Khadhi  and Village Industries commission, Mumbai, GOI

  • District Cooperative Central Bank, Srikakulam


To materialize the Mahatma Gandhi’s dream of rural reconstruction by ensuring cent percent participation of people in the development process with enhanced knowledge, skills and right thinking by 2030



To  impart  skills, knowledge and techniques to marginalized people in rural and urban slum areas so as to enable them to improve  their capacities and enjoy their rights, choices and opportunities to control the environment , resources and power by strengthening their institutional base


To facilitate the process of empower women, youth and deprived communities in the society by reducing their vulnerabilities and liberating them from oppression and exploitation through needful  interventions by 2030



  • 5 - Swakrushi Thrift & credit societies promoted and registered under MACTS Act, which are self- reliant.

  • Empowered 6295+  women and youth with proper vocational skills and crafts and promoted them as rural entrepreneurs     

  • Mainstreamed 8750 out of school children, child laborers and migrant children by enhancing their competencies  and proper motivation

  • Provided skills to 10688  farmers in organic farming and sustainable agriculture

  • Capacitated youth force in 100 villages for the Development of  villages after giving proper motivation

  • Capacity Building was given to 150 tribal farmers on Natural Resource Management  such as Land utilization & Water management under re-settlement action plan

  • Generated awareness on the importance of sanitation and created demand for individual sanitary latrines  in 124 GPs and facilitated for Construction of 11000  sanitary latrines in 124s GPs

  •  Around 12550 IOL/ cataract operations done and 750 Acceptance letters taken from Eye donors.

  • Care and Support extended to 1112 HIV affected and Infected Children and their parents in 7 revenue Mandals and mainstreamed them with Govt. programs.

  •  2 Community Based Organizations promoted for FSWs & MSMs/TGs communities separately  and capacitated the managements of CBOs to manage their affairs independently

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