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Sabitha Indra Reddy appreciates AWS community services

AWS InCommunities has been working with government schools in Telangana to enhance learning outcomes since 2021. Continuing its efforts, AWS InCommunities recently completed the renovation of the Zilla Parishad High School (ZPHS) campus at Meerkhanpet, Hyderabad which houses pre-primary, primary, and high school students. AWS InCommunities has also launched a breakfast program and the AWS Think Big Spaces for the school’s students.


Opening the newly renovated school today, Sabitha Indra Reddy, Minister for Education, Telangana, was appreciative of Amazon Web Services (AWS) support and commitment to community building. She said, “These past few years have been particularly challenging for communities, and this is our opportunity to transform and build more empowered, equitable communities by making quality education and health facilities more accessible.

It is heartening to see the efforts made by AWS preparing the ground for development of our young people in the state. She called upon the kids to study well, reach top positions and set up companies like Amazon. Amazon has taken up several development initiatives here, they renovated hospitals, schools, angan wadis and deserves appreciation,” she added.

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To be remember that Zilla Parishad High School, Meer khan pet gets a much-needed makeover.The renovation project included essential repairs and electrification of all classrooms and new flooring for the school. Playgrounds have been upgraded and students are equipped with sports kits. A lunch shed has been set up as a dedicated enclosure for students to have their mid-day meals and lunch will be prepared in a newly renovated kitchen. A water purifier has been set up to provide potable water within the school campus and separate toilets for boys and girls have been constructed.

AWS InCommunities came to India in 2018 with long-term community-focused programs, which were first implemented in Maharashtra’s Navi Mumbai district before extending into Telangana’s Rangareddy district in 2020. Since then, AWS InCommunities programs have focused on the development of sustainable villages through bolstering the local economy, essential infrastructure, market linkages, connectivity, and other basic amenities. In May 2022, AWS renovated the Zilla Parishad High School (ZPHS), Hythabad in the Shabad mandal (administrative division) of Rangareddy district.  AWS also helped build an oxygen generator that can generate 500 litres of oxygen per minute, at the Maheshwaram Community Health Center (CHC) in Rangareddy district, Telangana.




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