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By: Ankush Verma 91125


Madhur Chawla 91140
Anupama Talwar 91141
Simranjit Singh Virdi 91159
Gunashrit Nag 91168
Suzlon Foundation leads corporate social responsibility initiatives for Suzlon.

The three pillars of foundation are:


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Ônvolving stakeholders through workshops, consultations and written communications, the Foundation
disseminates information, sensitizes, initiates dialogues, and solicits stakeholder involvement in evolving a
culture of sustainable development within and around the Company

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mpowering stakeholders to make informed choices that integrate business imperatives with development
objectives.

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Suzlon Foundation believes that business and its environment are inter-dependent, and works to strengthen
the organic link between them, balancing growth in all aspects of development:
D Natural Capital essential for 'life' ± soil, water, flora and fauna
D Social Capital to live in harmony and peace ± the social institutions, indigenous practices,
qualities of trust and co-operation
D Human Capital to grow and prosper ± skills, knowledge, health and well being
D Physical Capital to function efficiently ± the civic amenities and services
D Financial Capital to ensure desirable standard of living ± savings, earnings, credits, assets
and risk covers
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È Animal Vaccination to enhance Livelihood(Launched in
Daman Region)
D Vaccinating animals and poultry, to increase productivity
and enhance the incomes of the rural population
D Training local women to undertake this activity, and
making them self reliant
D Over 7, 000 poultry and 400 animals have been
vaccinated in the region through this project.
  
È Anandshala (Waghodiya, Vadodara)
D Ônitiate the process of upgradation of the quality of education, imparted
in schools
D Develop a demonstrative model of Anandshala in order to co-relate
formal education with life skill activities
D Strengthen the existing educational institutions in the region
D C(Centre for nvironment ducation) has involved the villagers in
the initiative by conducting participatory rural appraisals in 11 selected
schools
D Students are benefitting from this project
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È People's mpowerment for Holistic
Community Health Actions and Networks (PHCHAN)
D Ôncrease the number of care providers, networks, and health systems in
the region
D Ôncrease the involvement of village committees like Gram Panchayats,
Self-Help Groups (SHG) in the village to improve health issues
D Spread health awareness of promotive, preventive, and
curative measures amongst the people
D Health facilities have been provided to the target group from 102
villages of Karnataka, Maharashtra, Pondicherry, and Tamil Nadu. The
target group includes 67320 children, 34427 males, 42077 females, and
9180 senior citizens
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The social responsibility programs undertaken are:PR Programs: Long-term projects with
employee volunteering & programs on learning and research Crisis Actions: Providing aid for
victims of Natural disasters & Health emergencies Sponsorships: Supporting causes like
environment, disability, issues of the Senior Citizens, promoting Art / Culture / Music, Sports

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After mobilizing immediate relief for the Bhuj earthquake victims, Siemens supported SOS
Village at Bhuj jointly with German Business Community for a long-term project.
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By offering support to a batch of 115 orphan children ± for their residential, educational and
recreational activities ± it is our attempt to provide a normal childhood to the vulnerable
children.
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After the December 26, 2004 Tsunami disaster, Siemens Ltd provided immediate relief
to the survivors, and followed up with a long-term rehabilitation project in the affected
regions.
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Ôn support of the AÔDS Walk for Life 04-05, Siemens offered vital material and monetary
contributions and the employees participated in key sections of the walk.
   
È qual opportunity of employment for the Differently Abled

SÔPS, a division of Siemens, has undertaken an initiative


to provide an equal opportunity for employment to this needy section of the society

D SÔPS in co-ordination with Ability Foundation, an NGO, invites candidates


who are physically challenged or hearing impaired to post their resumes. The
applicants go through an online assessment test that will help evaluate the
Candidate¶s Aptitude and nglish Language skills. The job aspirants   
        or treatment and this ensures that they feel ±
they are as competent as the other candidates.

D When a candidate is hired by SÔPS, Ability Foundation takes an audit of the


work facilities, which include the provision of a special ramp to ensure ease in
mobility and specially designed restrooms.   '
  which comprise of graduates from different streams like commerce,
science and engineering ± and are hired for processes like Transaction, Finance
and Accounting.
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Mumbai and several parts of Maharashtra witnessed unprecedented


rains on July 26, 2005 , resulting in severe loss of life and property
damages.

Siemens along with Red Cross swung into action and reached out to
victims in over 10 villages of Badlapur by distributing family kits
comprising essential items to 1000 people & school kits to 1000
children.

The    including   of material, including the


    was     . As part of the measures,
even affected contractors and supplier / vendors associated with the Company
were provided with immediate relief packages. The donation by Siemens
amounted to Rs 1.5 million.
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