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CSR: Encouraging Blood Donation To Save Lives

India is currently facing blood shortage. It has about 10% less blood corresponding to its requirements. This accounts to 12 lakh blood units. The eligible blood donor population is more than 512 million people in India. However, because of ignorance, lack of knowledge about the simple process, and myths associated with it, India has...
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CSR: Gardening For Mental And Physical Health

Gardening is the new cool hobby that everyone should adapt. Plant cultivation is a necessity for existence of life. However, with rapid urbanization, the green cover of every city is reducing in size. India is second largest populated country in the world. And the population keeps growing unchecked. With growing population, the demand for resources...

CSR: Improving The Eco Balance Of Water Treatment Systems

A public water system is referred to certain utilities and organisations which provide drinking water. Designing water systems are usually a tedious process. It is crucial to simulate complex plant designs including a combination of several treatment steps in a single design process. This helps to save trickling water which is lost extensively in...
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...

CSR: Combating Cancer With A Gifted Smile

CSR Rules came into effect on 1 April 2014. It state that companies with a net worth of Rs500 crore or revenue of Rs1,000 crore or net profit of Rs5 crore should spend 2% of their average profit in the last three years on social development-related activities such as sports, education, healthcare and poverty...

CSR: Improve Your Lifestyle This World Health Day

On World Health day, this year’s theme is #HealthForAll. It is a daunting goal for every country in the world, and one that no society can afford to shy away from. In a developing country like India, this is a giant task given the pressure of a population of 1.3 billion people. To make health for all happen,...

CSR: Organ Donation As A Gift Of Life

In India, most citizens are not aware either about organ donation or how to go about through the correct channels.  Various NGOs and corporate are trying to raise awareness across the country and reach out to masses. A critically ill one-year-old baby underwent a successfully performed a liver transplant. He is the the smallest baby at...
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...

Early Detection Of A Growing Epidemic Can Save Your Child

About 1.5 million babies are born premature in India every year. Shruti, was born in Aurangabad on a bright day in April. Her entire family was happy and overjoyed, but their happiness over was short lived.  Soon after she was born, she was diagnosed with an eye complication which led to her blindness being...
Baby with cleft lip

CSR: Living With Cleft Lip or Palate

Cleft lip and Cleft palate are birth defects that occur when a baby’s lip or mouth does not form properly during pregnancy. In India, about 35000 children are born with clefts every year. Children with untreated clefts have difficulty in breathing, eating, and speaking. In India, less than 50% of children born with clefts get...
Street food India

CSR: Teaching Hygiene To Street Food Vendors

Street food vending is integral part of every culture in the world. In India, street food represents a whole different cuisine, energy and vigor. It is almost as good as a festival or a religion. The Annual turnover of the street food industry in Mumbai has been noted as INR 1590 crores according to...
Truck Drivers in India

CSR: The Miserable Lives Of Truck Drivers

Transportation sector is the backbone of the growth and development in Indian Economy. Road transportation contributes to almost 90 per cent of country’s passenger traffic and 65 per cent of freight. Despite this, the sector runs completely unorganized. The truck drivers are majorly responsible for the freight transport in the country. However, their lifestyle...
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