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Melting Pot – Consular Corps Charity Carnival

Melting Pot – Consular Corps Charity Carnival 2018

Melting Pot – Consular Corps Charity Carnival, the annual cultural charity fundraising event is back with its 19th edition in Mumbai. This initiative is organised by The Consular Corps in Mumbai and The Rotary Club of Bombay and The Oberoi, Mumbai. In a country like India, where fusion food is most trending, this is one...
Akshay Kumar in support of the Niine Movement

Initiative supports menstrual hygiene movement

The Niine Movement is an ambitious 5-year plan that aims to tackle the taboos associated with menstruation by engaging all genders and ages to step forward and join hands to promote the importance of menstrual hygiene awareness. The Niine Movement was launched on 28th May 2018 with the Menstrual Awareness Conclave. The movement is supported...

Reaching out to 10 million in remote villages

PRADAN, a non-profit organization that has been working to remove poverty and inequality in the most remote villages, announced the new goal of helping positively impact the lives of 10 million people in remote areas improve their own circumstances by working with them to build self-help groups. This is likely to be realized by creating...
red panda

Pledge To Protect Red Pandas & Their Habitats

The Body Shop’s most recent Bio-Bridge project in Nepal, pledges to help protect the endangered Red Pandas of The Himalayas. Under this initiative, the brand will build a Bio-Bridge in Nepal with Red Panda Network to save the endangered Red Pandas, at risk from de-forestation and destruction of their habitats. Since 2007, Red Panda Network...

Tata Power’s CSR Programmes Reach Out to over 1.05 Million

Tata Power said that its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives reached out to over 1.05 million community members living in and around its operational areas during the financial year 2017-18. In line with the Tata Group’s legacy of playing an active role in improving the lives of local communities, Tata Power, during the year,...
Combat Human Trafficking

CSR: Combating Human Trafficking And Associated Financial Crimes

Human trafficking and other financial crimes have a devastating impact on individuals and communities around the world. Every year, an estimated $2.4 trillion in proceeds from this and other causes of human misery such as forced prostitution, terrorism and drug trafficking are laundered through the world’s financial markets and banking systems. An independent research...

Migsun to Provide 15,000 Affordable Houses in NCR by 2020

Migsun, with approx 640692.85 sq.m. of delivered space in both real estate and construction contracting, has come up with their vision plan for 2020: the group will be providing 15,000 affordable houses in NCR out of which 3000 units will be delivered by the end of 2018. The group will be using 1 crore sq...
Magsaysay awardee Sonam Wangchuk

CSR: Ladakhi Innovator and Mumbai-based Psychiatrist Win Magsaysay Award 2018

Sonam Wangchuk, who inspired actor Aamir Khan's character in 3 Idiots, has made India proud. He is one of two Indians to be given the Ramon Magsaysay Award this year, recognised as Asia's premier prize, “honouring greatness of spirit and transformative leadership.” The prestigious award is given to persons -- regardless of race, nationality,...
sustainable development goals

Major transformations needed to put sustainable development in Asia Pacific back on track

Increased engagement from all sectors of society, along with a whole of government approach will be key to advancing the United Nation’s 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in the region where at the current rate of progress, only one of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is on track to be met by 2030. This was...
Landslides in Japan

E-Governance: A powerful tool toward resilient, inclusive and sustainable disaster risk management

A major report launched by the United Nations this week highlights the critical role E-governance plays in building inclusive, resilient societies in anticipation and response to the impact of disasters. The E-Government Survey 2018: Gearing E-government to Support Transformation towards Sustainable and Resilient Societies highlights the complex challenges and varied opportunities of deploying e-government services. Contributing...

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