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Channelling Investment Into Sustainable Development, Uncertainties Expected

The trade outlook for the Asia-Pacific region is positive for this year but some uncertainties are forecast for 2018, the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) said in its report. The report entitled, ‘Channelling Trade and Investment into Sustainable Development’ emphasises that cutting trade costs and deepening regional cooperation...

EDGE 2017

Date: 8th & 9th November, 2017 Venue: International Convention Hall, Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), Mumbai EDGE is an engagement platform to bring together exceptional grassroots Organisations, Corporates, Philanthropists and Social Development experts. This annual event is an attempt to understand the challenges faced by our partners and hence facilitate discussion and insights sharing in the true spirit of collaboration. This year’s EDGE...

Aster Gives Liver Patients New Lease Of Life

Every year, over 2,000 children require organ transplants in the country, but only 100 can afford it, which highlights the big requirement in the area. As transplants are expensive, parents and relatives find themselves at the crossroads for want of money with the sudden healthcare cost. Realising the growing need, Aster Hospital in the...
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Episode 15 – Safar Kamyabi Ka | The Life Journey of Kamruddin H., Servokon Systems Limited

In Episode 15 of Safar Kamyabi Ka Season 1, we look back at the story of Kamruddin H., Managing Director, Servokon Systems Limited. Safar Kamyabi Ka is an ode to felicitate and give recognition to the endless efforts and unmatched spirits of enterprising men and women who have left no stones unturned to achieve enviable success. The...

Natural Disasters To Become More Destructive, Without Action: UN Report

Natural disasters are becoming more frequent and intense and disaster risk is outpacing resilience in Asia-Pacific, the most disaster-prone region in the world, according to the latest report by the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP). In recent months, the region has seen Typhoon Hato unleash large scale damage in...

Incentives For Firms Doing CSR Activities

Businesses in Dubai are being urged to step up their social services activities in exchange for special incentives, such as considerable discounts on government fees. During a roundtable discussion on Wednesday, Ahmad Abdul Kareem Julfar, director-general of the Community Development Authority (CDA) said these fees could be slashed by "up to 50 percent" in the...

South Asia Sluggish on CSR: ILO study

There is a sharp discrepancy between the allocated or committed corporate social responsibility (CSR) funds and actual spending by multinational enterprises (MNEs) on labour and employment-oriented initiatives in South Asia, an International Labour Organisation (ILO) report has noted. According to the report titled ‘World Employment and Social Outlook 2017 – Sustainable Enterprises and Jobs,’ released...
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