Centre for Women and Child Development (CW&CD)

The Centre caters the needs of Capacity Building and other support services related to women empowerment and children welfare.


Womens empowerment and integrated child development through capacity building of the various functionaries of ICDS program and Women and Child Development issues through imparting Trainings, Research studies and Evaluation Studies.


  • Carry out the Capacity Building activities for various functionaries on importance of Health, Nutrition & Education.
  • Impart training programmes in collaboration with the sponsor dept like Women and Child Welfare, Labour, SERP, Tribal Welfare, Education, TSACS and other line departments.
  • Work Collaboratively with National & International Organizations like UN WOMEN, UNICEF, NIRD&PR, CARE and MV Foundation on Gender and Women & Child welfare issues.
  • Conduct Research Studies related to Women and Children, Health and Nutrition, Gender issues, Family Planning, Child labour etc.

On Going Activities

  1. UN WOMEN Project:(phase II):

    After successful completion of 1st phase of UN Women Project (2011- 2014) by TSIPARD, the 2nd phase of UN Women Project has been sanctioned to TSIPARD by UN WOMEN programme. The role of the TSIPARD is to implement this project to improve Gender Responsive Governance in two districts of Telangana i.e Adilabad and Mahaboob Nagar.

    The Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) and Letter of Agreement (LOA) was signed on by the Special Chief Secretary, PR&RD, Commissioner, TSIPARD and Mrs. Rebecca Tavares representative by UN WOMEN on 9th May,2016. This agreement is between the Government of Telangana and Government of Norwegian to carry out the programme in the field.

    Theme of the project:

    Gender Responsive Governance Leading to Better Outcomes for Women Based on Improved Access to their Rights and Entitlements

    Total budget to allocated:

    Rs.50, 00,000 (50 Lakshs)

  2. Protection of Women Rights and Legal Awareness:
  3. With the collaboration of SERP the CWCD has conducted trainings on ?Protection of Women Rights and Legal Awareness? to the Members of SAC (Social Action Committee?) for who are playing a key role in dissolving family disputes in grass root level/villages.

    Further the CWCD is planning to organize more and more trainings for SHG women, ZMS, MMS members on Book Keeping, Livelihoods, Importance of health and hygiene, Role of Women in Social Development etc.

  4. Gender Budgeting:
  5. With the collaboration with MoWCD, New Delhi the CWCD is organizing the training programmes to all the District Officials? and Block level officials on Gender Budgeting.

  7. A Creche was established in the year September, 2009 which was named as BLOOMS CRECHE for taking care of Children of Employees working in TSIPARD, Children of Participants/ Trainees and Children of working parents and residing nearby TSIPARD Office. The activities, maintenance and welfare of Blooms Cr?che was given responsibility to CWCD Centre.

  8. Nodal Centre:
  9. The TSIPARD is also designated as ?Nodal Centre? for Gender Budgeting for the State of Telangana by the Department for Women, Children, Disabled and Senior Citizens (Schemes) Government of Telangana, Hyderabad.

    Vision:The Centre is envisaged as an instrument to take care of all training needs of the state level stakeholders and provide necessary inputs on concepts related to gender and Gender budgeting to institutionalize gender sensitive planning and budgeting for the holistic empowerment of women.

    • Conduct training programmes for officers form state government departments and other entitles at the Dist. Level and below on Gender budgeting.
    • Conduct sector specific training programmes with specialized inputs e.g in health, education, violence against women, infrastructure, science and technology, legislations etc using the Gender Budgeting tool.
    • Conduct Research impact analysis, Gender audit on issues pertaining to gender Budgeting.
    • Information Sharing and Networking with various stakeholders in deepan the process.
    • Documentation and Dissemination

    Completed Activities:

    • With collaboration of APSACS the CWCD was implemented the CHETANA project for strengthening HIV/AIDS response at Community Level through SHGs ? through this programme nearly 43,500 SHG leaders were trained on issues related to HIV/AID?s in the year 2010- 2011.
    • In collaboration with National AIDS Control Organization, New Delhi and AP State AIDS Control Society, Hyderabad the CDS has implemented the STRC programme (State Training and Resource Centre) under administrative control of CWCD from june,2010 to April, 2013 and trained 9825 functionaries of TI-NGOs through this programme..
    • Training of Trainers (TOT) to One Lakh AIDS Prevention Activists (AASHA Phase-1)
    • Refresher Training Programme to Anganwadi workers of ICDS projects in Tribal Areas.
    • Training on Indiramma Programme to ICDS functionaries
    • Evaluation study on Quality on Care of Family Planning surgeries in 23 districts of Andhra Pradesh

Our Team

S.No. Name Designation Phone No. eMail ID
1 SMT.K.NAGAMANI Centre Head CWCD +91 7569478952
2 A.Vijayalaxmi Jr.Resource Person +91 9676613131
3 E.Raju Jr.Resource Person +91 8790900998
4 Kanyakumari Sr.Office Assistant +91 9059420696


S.No. Language
1 Tribal Language- Gondi
2 Tribal Language- Aadivasi Oriya
3 Tribal Language- Koya
4 Tribal Language- Kuvi
5 Tribal Language- Konda
6 Tribal Language- Sora
7 Tribal Language- Banjara
8 Tribal Language- Kolami
9 Voluntary Action Groups in Andhra Pradesh – A Directory of Non Government Organizations) Volume I & II
10 A handbook on Integrated Watershed Management Programme
S.No. Title of the Film Duration (Mins) Target Groups to whom it is useful
1 Role of PRI in promoting girl child education 30 PRI
2 Nutritional needs of children and pregnant and lactating Mothers 30 Pregnant Women
3 Institutional services of Government for Welfare of Women and Children 30 Women & Children
4 Consumer Redressal Measures 30 General community
5 Prevention of Disabilities among children 30 Children
6 Rights of Children 30 Children

Our Center