The Miyawaki Plantation technique made by Akira Miyawaki has helped create dense forests quickly and successively. This plantation is renamed by KTR as the Yadadri Model of Forestation in Telangana. The project conducted between 2019 and 2021 on a 1-acre land one year taken for plantation and the next for maintenance, UWH has managed to convert the unused, dry land into a dense forest under the CSR activity of CGI India with the support of the Hyderabad Central University. The 4000 saplings of 61 varieties were planted during the project timeline, the forest was able to grow at a good speed and helped reintroduce native plants in abundance on unused land. Approximately, 465 volunteering hours were spent by company volunteers, UWH has managed to create a new forest that can support the communities as well as provide the resources needed. United Way Hyderabad through this venture has managed to start repopulating the number of forests in Hyderabad.
Founded in 2010, United Way of Hyderabad (UWH) is a non-profit volunteer led organization, that supports and mainstreams the socio-economically underprivileged communities of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.UWH maneuvers its effort in building community-based and community-led solutions that strengthen the foundations of a good life: education, financial stability and health.
All our programs are developed and customized post need analysis of the communities we serve. We are registered as a Society under Andhra Pradesh Societies Registration Act 2001 and are legally compliant with 80G, 12A & FCRA.