Dr. Reddy's Foundation

Empowers socially and economically vulnerable communities by enhancing the dignity and well-being of people through education, health and livelihood

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  • Headquarters

    Somajiguda Hyderabad, Telangana

  • Since


Works with children, youth (including Persons with Disabilities), women and households across 20 states in India. Claims to have created the follow Read moreing impact: Over all impact on 2.7 million people and 8,16,933 directly impacted including 2,68,296 children, 3,82,009 youth, 1,38,683 rural household, 20,604 persons with disability and 7,341 social sector initiatives. Runs various schools, vocational institutes and colleges. Supports children to access schooling and quality education through The Pudami Neighbourhood Schools - Claims to have benefited more than 8,000 children through 17 schools and 650 students graduated from the school. Claims that School Improvement Program (SIP) has more than 49,150 students enrolled in 129 schools encouraging talent and facilitates growth. Empowers young women to study science and focuses on improving core employability skills so that the student is equipped with appropriate knowledge for his choice of career. It includes English, Communicative English, Computer skills and Interview skills. Empowers rural entrepreneurs, especially women and farmers by providing support to access technology and knowledge.


The foundation’s education initiatives have benefited more than 357900 students in over 229 schools with 50% of them being girls. The skill development program has impacted 416638 beneficiaries in more than 20 states. Over all impact on 2.7 million people and 8,16,933 directly impacted including 2,68,296 children, 3,82,009 youth, 1,38,683 rural household, 20,604 persons with disability and 7,341 social sector initiatives.


  • Skill development

    This programme provides skill development training to aspiring youth. It focuses on imparting core employability skills that prepare the participants for careers. Such employment-centric programs are enabling the youth from underrepresented communities to break the cycle of poverty and improve their standard of living.

  • High Quality Healthcare Skilling

    The High Quality Healthcare Skilling (HQHCS) program was set up to meet the growing demand for qualified allied healthcare professionals. It is designed by industry experts. Deserving youth who seek employment in the non-medical healthcare sector are trained in their state-of-the-art labs. This initiative has touched 29050 beneficiaries and resulted in 75% placements.

  • Project Samhita

    This program trains the participants in prevention practices to stop the spread of corona virus.
    This training program helps participants to protect themselves and community members from the coronavirus by enhancing their knowledge on the importance of non-pharmaceutical interventions.

  • Aritra

    The foundation has partnered with IIM-B and Phicus to launch Aritra, a leadership development program. The aim of this initiative is to address the growing shortage of skilled talent at senior levels in the social sector. This program has impacted the lives of more than 50 deserving participants.

  • Mitra

    This program focuses on empowering small and marginal farmers by influencing them to adopt latest technologies and best farming practices. The program works with the farmers to address the last-mile delivery issues of agriculture extension. It helps farmers engage with agri-scientists and embrace best farming practices and share this learning with other farmers through peer learning and sharing. This program has made a difference to 299198 beneficiaries and increased the yield by 19%.

  • Education

    The foundation’s education initiatives work for the upward mobility of students in the low-income strata of the society. The foundation’s education initiatives strive to provide affordable high-quality education, improve the academic and non-academic outcomes and impart employment oriented vocational skill training. To make quality education accessible to everyone, the Kallam Anji Reddy Vidyalaya at Chandanagar (Hyderabad) was set up in 2001. The school has over 2250 students from Kindergarten to Grade X. The Kallam Anji Reddy Vocational Junior College offers two-year vocational courses for students who have cleared the Secondary School Certificate (SSC) / Class X Board Examination

    As part of its school improvement program, the foundation supports Government schools in various academic and non-academic projects such as remedial support for enhanced academic outcomes, scholarship to meritorious students, sports and co-curricular activities.

Impact Metrics

  • Kallam Anji Reddy Vidyalaya

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    Number of new admissions

    Year-wise Metrics
    • 2019-20 400
    • 2020-21 133
  • Number of Ssc Students

    Year-wise Metrics
    • 2019-20 98
    • 2020-21 125
  • Grow Initiative - Total Number of Youth Trained

    Year-wise Metrics
    • 2019-20 7028
    • 2020-21 7477
  • Grow - Person With Disability Program - Total Trained Youth

    Year-wise Metrics
    • 2019-20 2802
    • 2020-21 3581

Leadership Team

  • Shamik Trehan


  • Pranav Kr Choudhary


  • Kalyani

    Head-Human Resource

  • Suman S

    Lead - Rural Livelihoods & Climate Action

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  • Headquarters

    6-3-655/12,, Somajiguda Hyderabad, 500082


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    Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories

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