Conservation of Nature through Rural Awakening (CONARE)


1. Holistic Development of Chenchu Community in NSTR- Chele-II

2. Seasonal Hostel for Migrants Children

3. Watershed Development Fund

4. Livelihood at NSTR

5. Reproductive Child Health

6. Other activities of Conare

About Us Over View

Conservation of Nature through Rural Awakening (CONARE) is based in Mahboobnagar in the Telangana region of Andhra Pradesh. CONARE was established in 1999 by a group of experienced and committed social activists to work among the rural marginalized communities. Since then CONARE has expanded its base from Mahaboobnagar to the districts of Nalgonda, and Ranga Reddy. In Mahboobnagar, CONARE works primarily with the marginalized tribes such as the Chenchu (Primitive tribe), Lambada, Erukala and weaker sections who lack access to agricultural land, lack knowledge of judicious use of nature, suffer from malnutrition, ill health and superstitions. Using the primary strategy of Community Owned and Community Operated (COCO) strategy creatively and pragmatically, CONARE has established an interactive and trust filled relationship with these communities. Community is the watchword of all of CONARE interventions which endeavour to fulfil its vision and mission.

A society free of discrimination and equal opportunities for all, the marginalized sections especially so for tribal communities in natural resources management for sustainable development.
Capacitate the marginalized sections of society and initiate their collective action for holistic development

  • Universalisation of Elementary Education
  • Health Care of Women and Children
  • Women Empowerment
  • Conservation of Nature
  • Strengthening Panchayathiraj institutions
  • Sustainable agriculture initiatives
  • Livelihood enhancement of rural poor and Forest dependent communities
  • Watershed development program