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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...

CSR: Road Trip To Promote Organ Donation

India historically has a very low rate of organ donation. Although this number has improved over the past three-four years, the country still has a long way to go. Every year 3,00,000 Indians need an organ transplant, but only 2 to 3% of this demand for new organs is met. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), only about...

CSR: Innovate Methods To Conserve Water And Its Consumption

To conserve water on an individual level, a team of passionate bikers have started Express Bike Works (EBW) a two-wheeler service center. Conventionally bike wash and service centers in India use more than 50 liters of water per bike and let the water run out on the streets adding to the sludge. This water is also hazardous, both...
Clothes Distribution Drive by Emaar India CSR

Welfare For All For CSR

Charity begins at home. If you cannot help yourself and keep your own people happy, how will you ever keep the world happy? It will be nothing but hypocrisy. After the enactment of the CSR mandate, many corporates have associated themselves with various NGOs, or have started their own foundations as part of their CSR...
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CSR: Promoting The National Sport, Hockey

Hockey is a national sport of India. However, Cricket is the only sport that gets serious light in the country. Indian cricketers make somewhere around 2 crore rupees per annum. This is in the games. With the lime light they receive, they easily make way more than that in endorsements. However, the hockey players...

US Firms’ Refuse To Join Trump In A Race To The Bottom

A bird’s eye view of 2017 paints an interesting picture, despite the initial darkness of the year’s low points. Without doubt, there were global shocks from Trump, overall climate change, and multiple cases of Human Rights violations. However, it has also been a year where the control of sustainable practices has shifted from the...
Water ATM

CSR: Water ATMs For Drinking Water In villages

Availability of clean and safe water is fundamental to human existence. India houses maximum number of people in the world who do not have regular access to clean drinking water. Lack of clean water for consumption can give rise to various water borne diseases. According to a report by the United Nations, more than three...
Assam children community development

Community Development In The North East For CSR

India is the fastest growing economy in world. Statements like these are often made these days. And they are not false. India is really developing at a great speed. But with India growing up so fast as a country, we as its citizens have to grow too. It is not really progress if only...
Child Safety

Child Safety On The CSR Agenda

It hasn’t been long since the terror of Blue Whale game had taken the teenagers and children across the globe by a storm. In India too several teenagers were victimized by the game and committed suicide. The children are the future of our nation and their safety should be the biggest concern. It does...
Development in villages in India

CSR – Adopt A Village For Overall Development

According to census 2013, about 70 per cent Indians live in villages and are poor. In order to increase the pace of development, it is important to enable access to resources to everyone which is not always there for these people living in the rural regions. Development is effective when it is simultaneous on all...
Yoga Garden in Mumbai

CSR: Mumbai Gets Its First Yoga Garden

‘My daughter got her first job at a hospital after she finished her nursing program. Her supervisor, after inducting her and her colleagues, got up from her chair to direct them out to their respective stations. While getting up, she whispered, “Thank you, Dan!” My name is Dan and she was my student. I...
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