Society in SecunderabadA society is known by how educated and compassionate it is towards its fellow beings. Caring and sharing are basic facets of a civilized human being. It is a matter of great pride that although there is a constant influx of population in the twin cities, the inhabitants of Hyderabad and Secunderabad welcome them all with love and open arms.
Various communities in both the cities may have different townships but are all connected together by the string of togetherness and belonging to the city. Every individual works hard to contribute to the economy of the place, learn skills or make use of myriad educational institutions that offer professional education.
Social Service in SecunderabadThere are a number of social service organizations, orphanages, NGO's (Non Government Organizations), Women Welfare organizations, free medical check-up camps, old age homes, free health care centres and welfare organizations for differently able people in this part of Telangana.
Orphanages in SecunderabadOrphanages in Secunderabad include Joy Home for Children in Adda Gutta (Malkajgiri),
Mother India Orphanage (Malkajgiri), Don Bosco Navajeevan, Near St. Philomena School in Secunderabad, Arunodaya Trust in Balaji Nagar and Anandalaya in East Marredpally, Secunderabad. Here, the children are given food, shelter, clothing and care, love and education, to help them grow up into confident individuals. Click here for the list of orphanages in Secunderabad
Old age Homes in Secunderabad
Focus Old Age Home in Shivaji Nagar and Little Sisters Home for the Aged in Padmarao Nagar are old age homes in Secunderabad. However, the ideal place for parents is to lead a peaceful life is with their own children. They make the home complete and also have experiences to share which are like valuable gems for the younger generation. Only if we care to listen, though.