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Organization Overview

OSAAT is a registered non-profit organization,  focused on rebuilding infrastructure of needy rural schools in India, in dire need of a safe and strong infrastructure. OSAAT builds classrooms, toilets, kitchen and drinking water facility, at selected schools. OSAAT partners with other NGOs to achieve optimal results and long lasting positive impact on the schools.

OSAAT Operates as a 100% volunteer-run organization, 

Having successfully rebuilt schools in Karnataka, Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh, OSAAT continues to explore ways to help needy rural schools in other parts of India as well.

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Social Impact

From Rubble to Robust


Schools Rebuilt

On Our Launch Pad


Schools gearing up!

Reaching out


More deserving schools


OSAAT invites volunteers to come forward and support various initiatives by volunteering with us.



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Ongoing Campaigns

Girls School, Malur
Kolar District,

School: Govt.  Model Higher Primary Girls School

We are proud to announce that Malur school is almost ready for its inauguration.  We need contribution for 4 nali-kali classrooms (Grade 1 to 4) and benches for 5 other classrooms (Grades 5 to 8 and an AV room). The school needs 6 Lakhs for furniture and AV equipment.  We are grateful for your support and wanting to join hands with us, in any way possible.

Renigunta Mandal, Chittoor District, Andhra Pradesh

School: Govt. High School and Primary School

The School has 650+ students in 1st to 10th grades and has serious shortage of classrooms and toilets.  OSAAT proposes to build 3 classrooms for the high school and a new toilet block for the primary school.  The project budget is 55 Lakhs.

Udayarpalyam Taluk, Ariyalur District, Tamilnadu

School: Govt. Higher primary and High School

There are over 700 students in 6th to 12th grades.  The school has serious shortage of classrooms and toilets.  OSAAT proposes to build 4 classrooms and a toilet block for boys.  Project estimate is around 45 Lakhs.


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