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CSR News: Vedanta launches phase 2 of ‘Meal for All’ for daily wage earner

Vedanta Limited, a subsidiary of Vedanta Resources Limited, has launched Phase 2 of its “Meal for All” CSR programme to provide meals to daily wage earners across the country during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The programme successfully provided more than 11.08 lakh meals to daily wage earners in the first phase. The project also distributed 49,626 dry ration packets to local communities and engaged more than 15,000 women in mask-making activities. The programme not only provided aid to the suffering people but also extended a helping hand to stray animals in the rural and urban areas. More than 12.70 lakh stray animals were fed in Delhi, Mumbai, Jaipur and Pune in the first phase.
Anil Agarwal, Chairman – Vedanta Resources, said, “The spread of COVID-19 pandemic has led to the closure of many economic and employable institutions. This has left a huge number of daily wage earners stranded without any scope of income and daily essentials. Our initiative is an effort to provide them with the basic necessities and ease their pain as much as possible.”
The Phase-2 of the ‘Meals for all’ CSR programme was flagged off by Gunvant Patel, noted entrepreneur and philanthropist. It will be a week-long initiative with a target of reaching 38,000 daily wage earners and their families across Delhi, Mumbai & Ahmedabad. They are being provided with ration kits consisting of daily essentials such as Rice, Pulses, Refined oil and Spices along with a pair of slippers.
Gunvant Patel said, “The pandemic is truly a test of our resilience and the strength of togetherness, this is the moment where we have to come together to give, share and reach the people in need. Vedanta’s gesture through the programme is an example of humility and how such initiatives are so important during times like these. I am glad to contribute to the programme.”
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