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  • Writer's pictureKRISHNENDU KUNDU

Lion's Club and Birla Corporation Limited Will Work Together to Effect Social Change

News Desk, News Nation 360 : The idea of "giving" has evolved. Corporate organisations are implementing "focused programmes" that will improve society, according to Birla Corporation Limited Managing Director and CEO Shri Sandip Ghose. At the Plenary Session titled "Corporates & Lions: Creating a Social Impact," Sandip Ghose was the first speaker. He made it abundantly evident that corporations would rather collaborate with capable partners to organise stakeholders in support of definite goals. Lions International extended an invitation to Birla Corporation Limited (MP Birla Group) to take part in and highlight its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiatives at "The Give Conclave" (January 27–28, 2024) at the Jio World Centre, BKC, Mumbai. Through pictures and text, Birla Corporation Limited's stall at "The Give Conclave" showcased the company's CSR initiatives. The emphasis was on: EMPLOYABILITY: Providing farm and non-farm-based activities and vocational training to strengthen the social standing of marginalised groups, particularly women, EDUCATION SUPPORT: Making sure that more disadvantaged kids attend school and develop better skills and abilities, HEALTH & SANITATION: Filling the void in access to primary healthcare for rural communities, as well as raising awareness of healthy behaviour, INFRASTRUCTURE & WATER: Programmes for managing natural resources to guarantee water availability and replenish groundwater tables, ENERGY & ENVIRONMENT: Using solid waste management, biogas plants, solar lighting, and plantation activities, anyone can make Planet Earth a more pleasant place for both the present and future generations. Through the Priyamvada Birla Aravind Eye Hospital in Kolkata and Durgapur, Sandip Ghose stated that the MP Birla Group has been collaborating with the Aravind Group of Eye Hospitals, Madurai, in the area of eye care. He said he would be open to working with the Lions Club to provide the less fortunate with cataract surgery and eye care.

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