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CSR: Tackling Malnutrition Systematically and Holistically

Child and maternal malnutrition continues to be the most challenging risk factor for health loss in India, according to the Economic Survey for 2017-18.  The Survey noted however that there has been significant improvement in the health status of the individual as life expectancy at birth has increased by approximately 10 years from 1990...
Firefighters

CSR: Life Of Firefighters

“What would you like to be when you grow up?” asked a teacher to her class of third graders. ‘Doctor’ ‘Engineer’ ‘Pilot’ ‘Shahrukh Khan’, came the answers of the students. No one said, ‘Firefighter’. Not even Manav whose father was one. The job of a firefighter is daring and challenging. It involves risk of accidents,...

CSR: Garbage Generation At Sport Stadiums During Matches

When a cricket team is playing against a rival, the only priority for the entire country is the team’s victory. The spectators in the stadium are too nervous to pay attention to anything else. How does it matter where you throw the plastic water bottle or the biscuit packet, as long as the batsmen...
Circus Animals

CSR: Cruelty Behind The Amusement At Circus

The circus animals are not as amused as they appear to be while they try and entertain the audience. In fact, they are far from feeling anything positive. The circus animals perform the tricks that they do after going through rigorous training that they receive which includes abuse and cruelty. Animals in wilderness generally spend...
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...
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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...
Basketball in India

CSR: 3×3 Pro Basketball League Comes To India

Sports is an important component in socio-economic development of any country. It not only promotes productivity and fitness in the community but also helps in generating good leaders, reduces medical expenses, imbibes discipline and enhances social cohesion. Community participation in sport also represents the character and culture of a country. India does not have much...
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...
Milk Cows

CSR: Hypocrite Indians Say Yes To Milk, No To Beef

“Milk is very good for you,” said my mother while growing up. “It is important to have milk everyday to have strong body,” she said. Milk and its products have been associated with calcium and protein supplements. In a country where beef is officially banned in 24 of its states, siting it to be inhumane...

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...

CSR: Joining Hands To Work Towards Water Abundance

Today city folks have come out in large to work shoulder-to-shoulder with villagers for a few hours. Aamir Khan, Founder of Paani Foundation, recently appealed to students and urban citizens to become ‘Jalmitras’ to join this effort against drought. People have signed up on work in villages with villagers on 1st May which is Maharashtra Day. “I...
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...
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