Sree Shakthi Sangam (SSS), a community organisation (CO) in Chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh State in India works for empowering the female sex worker community. Founded in 2006, few of its initial activities included formation of crisis response and violence watch committees as part of efforts to sustain the HIV prevention activities.
SSS supports 300 members and is registered under the Andhra Pradesh Societies Registration Act 2001.
"SSS aims to enable communities to reduce the spread of HIV, lessen the impact of AIDS and improve quality of lives of its members.
SSS services to it's members focuses on helping them lead lives of dignity and good health.
SSS envisions a healthy society, where people do not die of AIDS.