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Healthcare For Child Birth On CSR Agenda

Child birth is a difficult yet an exciting phase especially for first time parents. It is that precious experience that every couple looks forward to with lots of expectations. However, it is very vital for the child and mother’s health. The duo could face life long ailments if they are not subjected to proper...
Burger King MI

CSR: Promoting Leadership Potential Among Young Girls

This Cricket Season Burger King partnered with the current reigning champions of IPL, Mumbai Indians for its summer brand campaign ‘Great Burgers at Amazing Prices’. In an endeavour to further strengthen the ongoing partnership and take it forward to a noble cause, Burger King took a step towards fulfilling its “Sixes for Kings” programme....
Reading for blind

CSR: Simply Reading Without Seeing

Dependence on others for reading and writing is one of the biggest hurdle in the way of education, employment and leading an independent life, especially in case of people living with visual disabilities and low vision.  To empower persons with visual disabilities, the DAISY Consortium has developed the "Simply Reading” app as part of...
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)

SDG Evaluation Tool Launched by Trucost

Trucost, a leader in carbon and environmental data and risk analysis, has launched SDG Evaluation Tool to help enable companies to identify business risks and opportunities aligned with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). On September 25th 2015, countries adopted the goals to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all as part of a new sustainable...
Qualitative education for all

CSR: Qualitative Education For Everyone

Education should not be a privilege but a right to everyone. However, it would only matter in the cause of progress and economic development if the education is qualitative. It does not make any sense to teach the students, the detailed working of Black and white TV in the era of LED and smart...
Indian Child and Mother

CSR: A Gift For Children This Mother’s Day

Mother figure is very influential to every child’s personality. Which is why, Mother’s Day is one of the most special and celebrated days in India and across the world. In India, Mothers are always accounted for a child’s behaviour or actions. They get more credit for a child’s good behaviour and bear the brunt for...
Books Donation Drive

CSR: Books For Right To Education

It is rightly said that Education is the key to success. It is like a light of dawn after an extended darkness of ignorance, illiteracy, poverty and everything else that holds us back from becoming a superpower. Government of India has realised the importance of education and is working towards providing quality education to...
Shell Truck Drivers Health Camp

CSR: Health Camps For Truck Drivers

Truck drivers in India lead a very unhealthy lifestyle. They are mentally and physically unhealthy many times for being away from family, working long hours and surviving in unhygienic conditions. Truck drivers control 65% of freight traffic in India which is based on road transportation. It is worth an effort to improve their lifestyles...
Financial Inclusion in India

CSR: Financial Inclusion To Kick Off In Gujarat

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has envisioned a digital India. In lieu of this the government is working hard towards bringing financial inclusion in every part of the country. In support of this initiative, Vodafone Foundation has launched Jaadu Ginni Ka - its financial literacy program to build a financially inclusive nation. Financial inclusion is the...

CSR: Investing Finance Systematically And Committing To Protocols

The Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) is the leading global network for investors, committed to integrating environmental, social governance (ESG) practices into investment policies and practices. Kotak Asset Management Company (Kotak Mutual Fund) recently signed the United Nations-supported Principles for Responsible Investment, becoming the first asset management company to lead the responsible investing narrative...
Children Eating at Nandhar

CSR: Nandghar For Women And Child Empowerment

Empowering rural women and children is required for the upliftment of their standard of living as well as the overall economic development of the country. An average village worker earns between 30-80 rupees a day. The amount is not enough in today’s market to provide for nutritious meals as well as proper healthcare and...

Salman Khan’s Latest Ad Campaign Features Unsung Heroes Of India

The fashion industry gets a bad rap for promoting capitalism and a culture of excess. Various fashion houses around the world (Prada, Tsumori Chisato, Prabal Gurung) are preserving the art and heritage of indigenous people. Closer home in India, fashion designers like Gaurang, Krishna Mehta, Samant Chauhan and Shruti Sancheti are supporting families of...
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