Home CATEGORIES Agriculture & Rural Development Rotary and Tata Trusts enter 5-year collaboration on multi-thematic interventions
Rotary and Tata Trusts have announced a five-year collaboration to advance socio-economic indicators through multi-thematic interventions across India.
The collaboration will scale efforts in multiple areas like Healthcare, Cancer Care, Covid Care, Nutrition, Rural Uplift, Livelihoods, Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene and Education, among others.
The announcement follows a Memorandum of Understanding signed by Mehrab Irani, Group CFO, Tata Trusts, and Ashok Mahajan, Chairman, Rotary India Humanity Foundation (RIHF), in the presence of Rotary International’s President (2021-22), Shekhar Mehta, and N. Srinath, CEO, Tata Trusts, among other dignitaries on 17 June 2021.
Shekhar Mehta, Rotary International President (2021-2022), said, “Solving real problems takes real commitment and vision. Each year, Rotary members invest hundreds of millions of dollars and countless volunteer hours to promote health, peace and prosperity in communities across the globe. We are proud and privileged to partner with an organization that shares similar values and ethos to serve the world.
The partnership between Rotary and Tata Trusts will focus on quality interventions for significant development across water and sanitation, health, education, Covid-19 relief, economic empowerment, and education with an added focus on women and children across India.
N. Srinath, Chief Executive Officer, Tata Trusts, said, “For Tata Trusts, it is a matter of great pride to be able to come together with Rotary in India. We share a common vision, value system, commitment to society and a common willingness to do better. Both of us are working in areas of national importance, particularly for citizens at the bottom of the pyramid.”
Since more than a century, Rotary and Tata Trusts have endeavoured to contribute to the larger goal of nation-building through multi-thematic programmes executed at scale in geographies that require immediate intervention. The interventions, designed with the communities, aim to enhance socio-economic welfare and aid the transition to more ecologically cohesive practices in a sustainable way.
Addressing all 17 SDGs of the United Nations, and in line with the Government of India’s vision, Rotary and Tata Trusts programmes are driven by their desire to create impact that is deep, wide and sustainable by strengthening communities through pointed interventions, supplemented by technology and data, relevant to their needs.
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