Andhra Pradesh and Telangana landscape web content

Development Landscape

STRENGTHS

NO.1
rank for AP in ease of doing business and Telangana is a close second
99.28%
PDS seeding achieved by leveraging technology
3.9%
unemployment rate, lower than national average of 5%
4th
highest employer of women
66.3%
rank for in women own bank accounts, vs. and Telangana is a close second
Andhra Pradesh + Telangana = Highest number of SHG*’s registered in the country.

GAPS

HEALTH

22%

Surveyed AP Primary Health centers have no doctors

GENDER

1/3

Women married before age of 18

LAW

3rd

AP in crimes against Scheduled Tribes (STs)

DEVELOPMENT

Clear divide in development between industrialized districts and districts with high marginalized populaions

 

33

births occur within 24 months of the last birth, resuling in High IMR.

INVESTMENT LANDSCAPE

GOVERNMENT FUNDING

Government’s development expenditure as a percentage of GSDP (2016-17)

<1/2

average in 18 other States
AP State government
funding focus

AP State government funding focus
20.5%

Education

16.0%

Rural development

13.0%

Irrigation and flood control

 
Telangana State government funding focus
23.7%

Social, Tribal and Backward Class Welfare

22.2%

Irrigation and Command Area Development

13.8%

Rural Development and Panchayat Raj

Spending on health and agriculture (2017-2018) is lower than 19 states

CSR SPENDING

Total exclusive CSR inflow (2014-17)

₹1725.32cr

State CSR Ranking - No.2 amongst all states in India

Note: CSR funding and rank take into account funding inflows exclusively to the state, and not pan-India funding
AP CSR spending focus
37.3%

Health, Hunger & Poverty, Water & Sanitation

26.7%

Education, Differently Abled & Livelihood

10.6%

Environment and Animal Welfare

₹403.94cr

State CSR Ranking - No.14 amongst all states in India

Note: CSR funding and rank take into account funding inflows exclusively to the state, and not pan-India funding
AP CSR spending focus
44.7%

Health, Hunger & Poverty, Water & Sanitation

29.5%

Education, Differently Abled & Livelihood

11.4%

Environment and Animal Welfare

 
Disparity in district-wise fund allocations
>100cr

Hyderabad (34% of all CSR spending in last 3 years)

<1cr

Adilabad, Nizamabad and Warangal

SOLUTION SPACE

1.

Balance CSR funding into highest need districts

2.

Leverage SHG network to tackle Women safety

3.

Funders and Implementers need to collaborate with Govt.

4.

Leverage Technology to design scalable solutions

5.

More focused CSR spending on Health, nutrition, land rights and environmental concerns

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