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Putting Principles Into Practice
Corporate Social Responsibility

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Presented By

Arpita Pandey Pooja Katiyar Surabhi Singh Parvesh Garg Gunjan Lunia Chopra Chirag
Guided By

Raghvan Sir

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Yashodadham :

After the devastating earthquake in 2001, HUL reconstructed a village in the Kachchh district , Gujarat. • • • • School building. Health centre. All the structures are earthquake and cyclone-resistant. Underground reservoir and an overhead tank for water.

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Tondiarpet
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Rs. 10 crore - relief and rehabilitation of Tsunami affected families by way of relief material, land and towards construction of facilities.

- distribution of bread and biscuits to over 500 families in Pondicherry, - 12,000 cooked meals for families in Chennai, Nagapattinam, Cuddalore and Andamans.

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Bihar Floods:
After the floods in Bihar in 2008, HUL contributed 10, 000 kits worth Rs. 60 lakh as first instalment of relief material for the immediate relief of the flood affected families of Araria District in Bihar. The kit contained essential items such as  utensils  clothes  Blankets.

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SANJIVANI – Free Mobile Medical Facility A free mobile medical service - year 2003 near Assam. Two mobile vans dedicated to the project

Mobile medical vans camp for six hours in a village everyda nd treat nearly 100 patients.

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Sanjivani also undertakes activities like • • • • • • • Awareness campaigns on hygiene Child immunization camps Iron supplement therapy Free eye check ups Family planning awareness camps Anti-tobacco education Anti-alcoholism camps.

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The Sanjivani project has provided medical assistance to more than 1, 54,500 patients since its inception and in 2007 alone in 344 camps more than 22,395 patients were treated. In 2008 through 438 camps, 32000 patients have been treated.

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n & RehabilitationUnder the Happy Homes initiative, HU

ion of children with challenges.

andoned, challenged children destitute.

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The needs of the abandoned/challenged children are met through

special classes of basic skills, etc. being taken care of by the Sisters of the Home.

 physiotherapy,

 Wherever

necessary, corrective surgery is also arranged for in the city hospitals by the Home.

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Ankur : In 1993, HUL's Doom Dooma Tea Plantation
Division set up Ankur, a centre for special education of challenged children These children are taught skills, such as cookery, painting, embroidery, bamboo crafts, weaving, candle making, stitching, etc depending on their aptitudes. Kappagam : Encouraged by Ankur's success, Kappagam ("shelter"), the second centre for special education of challenged children, was set up in 1998 on HUL Plantations in South India.

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ARE WE SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE

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THANK YOU