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How Dow India and Mann Deshi Foundation are empowering women entrepreneurs

Materials science leader delivering innovative and sustainable solutions in packaging, infrastructure and consumer care, Dow Chemical International Pvt. Ltd. (Dow India) in association with Mann Deshi Foundation – an organisation dedicated to women empowerment recently organised Mann Deshi Mahotsav at Ravindra Natya Mandir, Prabhadevi, Mumbai. The event witnessed gorgeous handicrafts and other products from...

International Women’s Day 2023: How Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) can help in Achieving Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 5: Gender Equality

Sustainable Development Goal 5 (SDG 5) aims to achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls. Gender equality is a fundamental human right and is essential for achieving sustainable development. However, gender-based discrimination and violence against women are prevalent in many parts of the world, including India. Corporate philanthropy can play a vital...

Breaking Barriers: How CSR Can Improve Gender Diversity in STEM in India

India is one of the largest and most diverse countries in the world, with a rapidly growing economy and a wealth of talent in the field of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Despite this potential, women remain underrepresented in STEM careers in India and face numerous challenges, including discrimination, unequal pay, and a...

How RSKS India is empowering girl children in Rajasthan

Gender gap in education is persistent in almost every state of India, in some areas it is more, and in some areas it is less. But it exists. Even today, the number of school dropout girl children is higher than that of boys that is the harsh reality. Non-profit organisation Rajasthan Samgrah Kalyan Sansthan...

Barefoot College International empowering underprivileged children in India through Digital Community School

Imagine a 10-year-old child from a remote village in Manipur, Rajasthan or Assam reading learning about sustainability, climate change, reading books in English or solving complex mathematical problems! This is exactly what non-profit organization Barefoot College International (BCI) is doing among underprivileged children in India through their digital community school programme. Talking about the same,...

National Girl Child Day 2023: Govt Schemes for girls

The sex ratio at birth (SRB) in India is 896 females per 1000 males. The huge disparity in the lower number of girls is not a natural phenomenon but an outcome of a dominant patriarchal society. The country talks about economic growth, but illegal practices like female foeticide, infanticide, and sex determination are very...

Top CSR Projects in Pune

Pune is close to the nation's financial capital and an emerging hub for business and information technology. This flourishing, culturally rich city belongs to Maharashtra, which is the highest spender for corporate social responsibility in India. Naturally, Pune has a thriving CSR culture. In FY2020-21, Pune received the second-largest share of the amount of the...

Top CSR Projects in Vadodara

Vadodara – aka Baroda – in the State of Gujarat is famous for its art and culture. In fact, it is often referred to as Sanskari Nagari (city of culture) and Kala Nagari (city of art). Vadodara is the Power Equipment Manufacturing Hub of India because Vadodara district accounts for over 35% of India's...

Shraddha Walkar case: Why women fail to come out of an abusive relationship

‘I will chop you into pieces, Aftab had threatened Shraddha two years ago’, ‘Shraddha Walkar Murder: 5 sharp-edged knives recovered from Aaftab's house’, ‘Delhi court sends Aftab to 5-day police custody’, ‘Aftab and Shraddha fought over expenses before murder, cops find blood stains in kitchen’, ‘Aftab dated other women in his house with Shraddh’s...

World Children’s Day: How Covid- 19 pandemic impacted kids with special needs

World Children's Day is celebrated on the 20th of November every year with the purpose of promoting international togetherness, awareness among children globally and children's welfare. To mark the special occasion this year, The CSR Journal takes a look into children with special needs, how their learning and education were impacted during the recent...

CSR: Project Nanhi Kali brings back the seventh edition of the Proud Fathers For Daughters initiative

Project Nanhi Kali returned with the seventh season of Proud Fathers For Daughters after 2 challenging years of the COVID - 19 pandemic.  This year the annual charity event was hosted over the weekend of 12th and 13th November 2022, at The World Trade Centre, Cuffe Parade in Mumbai. Proud Fathers for Daughters was conceptualized...

Kolkata preschool’s ‘different gift’ for toddlers on Children’s Day

This is the story of Children’s Day Celebration, but in a slightly different way. On Children’s Day 14th November, schools and preschools across India mark the day by hosting cultural functions for their students, screening a motivational film or events like fancy dress competition. Some even donate alms to the needy. However, a kindergarten...

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