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CSR: Wheelchair Users Face Difficulty Due To Outdated Technology, Says Study

A recent study of wheelchair users highlights the need for investment and innovation in the development of assistive technologies for people with limited mobility.  Nine out of ten (94%) Indian wheelchair users say that they experience pain as a result of their mobility device. The research conducted by ComRes on behalf of Toyota Mobility Foundation,...
Help me serve

‘HelpMeServe.in’- a digital initiative for a social cause

‘Help Me Serve’ (www.helpmeserve.in) is a digital crowdfunding platform that will help serve society and unprivileged section of the society. The website is launched by the Wockhardt Foundation, in association with like minded NGOs such as Desire Society (Hyderabad), Seruds India (Andhra Pradesh) and Blind People's Association (Ahmedabad) among others, to work together for helping...
Giving Every Dream a Chance

CSR: Giving Every Dream a Chance

Every child has a dream and each dream is valid. This is because their dreams, thoughts, and aspirations make children what they are. An event showcasing the beneficiaries of Akshaya Patra’s “Giving Every Dream a Chance”—a special initiative to nurture children with unique dreams was held at Taj Yeshwantpur, Bangalore. It is a humble...
Sustainable investing

CSR: Short-termism impedes progress of millions

The prospects of around 800 million of the world’s poorest people remain dire. The global economy is experiencing a moderate upturn, and momentum around sustainable investing is growing, the UN has said. But the vast majority of investment is still short-term oriented and commitments by the international community to create sustainable economies are not being...

CSR: Why Attach Casteism Or Religion To An Unacceptable Criminal Offence?

Development, growth, education, women empowerment – these are the words that our politicians use when they fight elections. And these are the keywords in their propaganda that make us trust them. India is known to be the fastest growing country. But what is it actually growing in? Crime? Rapes? Murders? What exactly? A girl gets...

Strengthen PPPs To Accelerate Sustainable Development

Future technologies and innovative financing have the potential to transform and accelerate sustainable development, but better policies and regulation are needed to ensure all benefit equally from these new advances. This was one of the main conclusions of the recently held annual Asia-Pacific Business Forum (APBF). Senior policymakers and private sector representatives came together, to discuss how...

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