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CSR: Four and a half ways companies (mis)use funds CSR: Four and a half ways companies (mis)use funds
Here, we have unearthed some interesting ways in which CSR money has been diverted towards pursuits of happiness by individuals and entities who you wouldn’t exactly qualify as underprivileged or oppressed.
CSR: Google.org’s 54 million grant to NGOs to boost 3D technology for differently abled CSR: Google.org’s 54 million grant to NGOs to boost 3D technology for differently abled
'Innovative technologies are already helping to improve everyday life for people living with disabilities. Through these grants, we want to empower organisations to build impactful solutions that will create better access for people living with disabilities in India...
Alstom Foundation introduces skill development programme Alstom Foundation introduces skill development programme
Broadly, the scope of the project is to empower underprivileged women in rural communities to become entrepreneurs and earn an independent income by procuring and setting up machinery for the training and serial production unit...
BoscoNet contributing to rebuild Nepal: A hope for the shattered communities BoscoNet contributing to rebuild Nepal: A hope for the shattered communities
As per media reports, quake victims have so far received just $150 in compensation per household, while the government has promised an additional $2,000 once the NRA is able to disburse funds. The NRA is now conducting a detailed assessment of the quake-hit areas and hopes to begin rebuilding by April.
Citi’s 130 million rupees grant for financial inclusion Citi’s 130 million rupees grant for financial inclusion
Launched in 2014, the India Innovation Grant Program encourages local non-governmental organisations (NGOs) to develop scalable and replicable programmes that improve consumer financial decision-making while utilising technology and behavioural insights to lower the cost of delivery
Green banking and investments can get India a 'sustainable scorecard' Green banking and investments can get India a 'sustainable scorecard'
Every bank should earmark a minimum 10 per cent of its Tier 1 capital – subject to a cap of 10 per cent of risk-weighted capital – towards green banking or clean development mechanism (CDM), or any sustainable development project, taking into consideration the carbon emissions prevailing in the economy
Safe Water Network and Honeywell promise drinking water to 60,000 Telanganaites Safe Water Network and Honeywell promise drinking water to 60,000 Telanganaites
...the initiative is focused at addressing a critical water need in India – 100 million people live in areas of poor water quality. Telangana is ranked second on a list of states with drinking water problems, with the union health ministry’s data showing 1,174 hamlets across the state affected by fluorosis.
Neighbourhood-improvement projects win a crore in grants      Neighbourhood-improvement projects win a crore in grants
The winning projects are primarily focused at holistic development of the community, in particular mobility, waste management, public safety, water quality, and upgrading public spaces.
CM Fadnavis launches Poonawalla’s Clean City Movement CM Fadnavis launches Poonawalla’s Clean City Movement
Of over 1,700 tonnes of waste generated in Pune, 52–55 per cent is wet waste. When such wet food waste is segregated and removed separately at source, the inorganic waste like plastic, metal, paper, and rags can also be scientifically processed and effectively recycled.
HSBC and Swades Foundation seal Rs 100 crore partnership for skills programme HSBC and Swades Foundation seal Rs 100 crore partnership for skills programme
Through this flagship skill-development programme, HBSC will support non-profit organisations in employment-linked skills development of disadvantaged young people, up-skilling of educators and teachers, and women’s empowerment through livelihood enhancement.
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