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World Cotton Day 2022: Health benefits of using cotton clothes and bedsheets

World Cotton Day is observed across the globe on the 7th of October every year. On this day, Dubai-based noted plastic and cosmetic surgeon Dr Vikas Kumar Verma opens up to The CSR Journal talking about the health benefits of wearing cotton clothes, benefits of using cotton bedsheets and pillow covers at home and...

World Cerebral Palsy Day – Why awareness is necessary

Every year, World Cerebral Palsy Day is observed on the 6th of October. What is cerebral palsy? Is it curable? How children with cerebral palsy are different from others? What are the social, physical and emotional problems people with cerebral palsy have to face every day? Manjusha Singh, special educator and in-charge, Cerebral Palsy...

Loocafé Founder Abhishek Nath shares how they are changing India’s public toilet scene

Whenever we see a ‘pay and use’ public toilet on the street, the fear that instantly grips our mind is that, “It must be very dirty, I should not use it, I might catch an infection” etc. However, Hyderabad-based Abhishek Nath and his team has taken an initiative to bring the much-needed revolution in...

Top Companies for CSR in Assam

North-east India has been the most neglected region when it comes to corporate social responsibility. However, the tide is turning. CSR spending in the northeastern region has witnessed a sharp spike over the past five years, with corporate houses and public sector enterprises giving more importance to north-eastern states in their CSR planning and...

5 NGOs in Gujarat working to improve the lives of people

NGOs or non government organizations go to the grassroots to help the needy and poor people. Such NGOs focus on children’s education, getting them vocational training so that they can lead a better life and leave behind this life of poverty. NGOs also help the handicapped people to get the right equipment like wheelchair,...

World Heart Day: Cardiologist Dr Debdatta Bhattacharyya explains why youngsters in India are increasingly falling prey to heart diseases

On World Heart Day 2022, The CSR Journal talks to renowned cardiologist Dr Debdatta Bhattacharyya from Kolkata about a disturbing trend of youngsters increasingly falling prey to cardiac problems, sometimes even leading to their death. Heart attack, which affected people above 50 or 60 years in earlier times, is now happening even in the...
AMIT KONLADE - SATO

Amit Konlade from SATO Talks about Customised Sanitation Solutions for Rural Communities

Hygiene has assumed a greater significance since the pandemic, given that handwashing with soap is one of the most effective, simplest and cheapest measures to prevent the spread of Covid and several other infectious diseases. Discussing customised solutions on sanitation for the rural and peri-urban communities is Mr Amit Konlade from SATO in an...

World Rose Day: Cancer has an answer says oncologist

World Rose Day is celebrated on September 22 every year in memory of 12-year-old Melinda Rose from Canada, who was diagnosed with Askin’s Tumour, a rare type of blood cancer. But Melinda did not give up hope till her last breath. World Rose Day is dedicated to cancer patients all over the world, with...
Hunger

One Person Dying of Hunger Every Four Seconds: NGOs at UNGA

More than 200 NGOs have issued a warning that "stop the spiralling global hunger catastrophe" by taking swift international action. 238 organisations from 75 nations, including Oxfam, Save the Children, and Plan International, voiced alarm at the rising rates of hunger in an open letter to world leaders gathered in New York for the...
Healthcare Partners

Why companies need to evaluate long-term CSR partners for creating real impact

The Indian CSR sector, although active, is only now waking up to creating a sustainable and impactful presence. Especially in the case of healthcare CSR, which has received a lot of attention, post the pandemic. The past two years of COVID-19 have unfolded several loopholes in the Indian healthcare and medical infrastructure and have...

Top CSR Projects in Andhra Pradesh

Andhra Pradesh, the state with rich and vivid history is known for being the source of the world-famous Koh-i-Noor diamond and many more diamonds in its Kollur mine. The state also is known as the “rice bowl of India” for being a major producer of rice. The Telugu speaking state is first to be...

National Nutrition Week: Lose weight not nutrients

Are you struggling hard to lose weight, doing intermittent fasting, following your friend, sister or aunt’s diet chart but of no luck? Maybe you are causing yourself more harm than good! On National Nutrition Week, (September 1-7), Integrative Nutritionist and Holistic Health Coach from Mumbai, Karishma Shah talks to The CSR Journal, highlighting the...

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