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‘Mission Eleven Million’ And Its Role To Change The Football Landscape Of India

India had arrived finally at the international football scene and would be rubbing shoulders with the big players of the world.

FDEC Commences Roll-Out Of Malaria Demonstration Project

The Foundation for Disease Elimination and Control of India (FDEC-INDIA), Indian Council of Medical Research and Govt. of Madhya Pradesh announced Phase 1 roll-out of Malaria demonstration project in Mandla, Madhya Pradesh. This Phase will focus on community awareness and education programs among the community residents in Mandla. Minister of State for Health, Fagan Singh Kuleste...

“Sustainability Is A Driver And Not The Obstacle To The Businesses”

The first bilateral forum to address sustainability issues at the trade and investment between India and Netherlands was launched in New Delhi on Wednesday. It aimed to help Indian businesses in a big way as growing demands and regulations of sustainable practices in international trade aligned with SDGs, are affecting many Indian businesses having...

Echoing And Aiding Women Empowerment

Earlier in this month, the world celebrated the strength of women and promising to bridge the gap by aiding to create an equal place for them. At the 2017 Asia-Pacific commemoration of International Women’s Day a distinguished panel of experts underscored the need to close the gender pay gap, ensure comprehensive social protection for women...

India’s Adolescent Girls Need Employability Empowerment: Report

A report titled ‘Best Foot Forward: Enhancing the Employability of India’s Adolescent Girls’ was unveiled at the Dasra Philanthropy Week in association with Bank of America. The report dwells upon the need to create awareness around the issues faced by adolescent girls in terms of being employable. It highlights the fact that although secondary...

White Paper Launched on Technology In Education

A white paper on current use and the potential for Information Communication Technology (ICT) in education across China and ASEAN has been launched by Huawei Technologies and CSR Asia. “The Role of ICT in Realizing Education for all by 2030 — Achieving Sustainable Development Goal Four” is the title of the paper. It focuses on...

Providing Shelter To Underprivileged Under CSR

While education, health, skilling and environment have been among the popular areas attracting CSR funds, affordable housing has been missing the sight of funders. To draw corporate attention on the affordable housing sector, Habitat For Humanity on Thursday appealed corporate India to consider shelter for the underprivileged as an equally important CSR initiative. Habitat For...

The CSR Journal Partners

Mumbai/Delhi – January 28, 2017 – The CSR Journal announces its exclusive partnership with News World India national news channel. The CSR Journal will be engaged in complete Editorial and Operational responsibility for the state of Maharashtra. In a much-anticipated launch of The CSR Journal TV, The CSR Journal made its foundation step towards making its content available...

Upholding Forest Foot Soldiers Protecting Wildlife Along Loc

There are over 15,000 guards on the Line of Control (LoC) to protect forests and wildlife conservation. To manage human conditions, with the involvement of large numbers is a huge challenge. Especially in far flung areas with little or no connectivity. ICICI Prudential Life and WWF-India have come together to aid the protectors of India’s...

Maharashtra Government and Tata Trusts launch ‘Career Guidance and Counselling Centre project in Amravati

As part of the MoU signed between the Government of Maharashtra and Tata Trusts, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis inaugurated the ‘Career Guidance and Counselling Centre (CGCC)’ in Amravati. CGCC will focus on adolescent youth from rural areas, families of drought affected farmers and underprivileged youth. The programme aims to reach out to students and create...

60,000 Carpenters Contribute Their Skills To Refurbish Furniture Free Of Cost

Over 60,000 carpenters across India came forward to contribute their services for repairing and refurbishing of old furniture. Woodworkers and contractors came together on a common platform in an initiative organised by Fevicol Champions Club (FCC). The initiative was carried out over 291 cities, which saw around 750 NGOs and 46 institutes benefitting through the...

IndusInd Bank Partners to Support Blind Indian Cricket Squad

IndusInd Bank had earlier launched its non-banking sports vertical, ‘IndusInd For Sports’, to make sports an integral, intrinsic and strategic element for both internal and external stakeholders. It aimed to entail year-long engagement activities for customers, employees and the community through its programmes. The bank has announced the launch of the ‘World Champions Programme...
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