With the goal of empowering women from rural areas of the country, we have been promoting Women Self-Help Groups (SHGs) across India. These groups are trained and financed to be independent. Every year, this initiative helps more than four thousand women from rural villages of India.
To make them self-reliant, we provide them with free vocational training in more than 33 fields such as wool knitting, blanket spinning, etc. We encourage them to become entrepreneurs by granting loans for small businesses and for other activities like dairy development and sheep rearing. To promote women’s sustainable livelihood we have also set up employment centers. Here, projects like Ansuya Mahila Atma Gaurav Kendra and Handicraft Group Centre benefit more than 3000 women every year.
We firmly believe that the future of India lies in the hands of a well-educated workforce.
Pre-nursery schools in rural areas
Primary and Secondary schools through the Jan Seva Trust
100% education progammes and bridge schools for girls
Rural Sports and PTA meetings at the Harihar unit
Adult Education Programmes
Computer Education for Senior Citizens
Funding college research
Promoting local sports club at the Domsjo unit
Every year, we reach out to people who are battling diseases like polio, hepatitis, TB, diphtheria, cataract etc. We initiate and organise preventive and curative health camps, fund healthcare clinics and also support child health awareness programmes in rural India.
Health camps in rural areas
Partnering with local governments on nutrition and sanitation
Free specialised healthcare facilities for the underprivileged
Hospitals equipped with the latest medical facilities
Programmes like Adolescents Child Awareness
Reproductive and child healthcare
We assist the local youth in building their careers, farmers in strengthening their farm produces, local artisans in imbibing better skills and villages in improving their infrastructures. Our units focus on young professionals preparing to start their careers by providing them with work placements or internships to enable them to further hone their skills.
Dedicated to improving the quality of life in and around its units, Birla Cellulose has also taken up a large number of infrastructure development projects in areas adjoining the plants.In addition to the underprivileged, we are also dedicated to the cause of helping physically challenged segments of the society.
Providing clean drinking water
Street lights in rural areas
Constructing Dams on the river Chambal near the Nagda unit
Solar powered study centres for students at the Nagda unit
Community donations at AV Cell and AV Nackawic
Rural libraries for children at the Harihar and Thai Rayon units
Centres for the Physically Challenged
Response to Disaster Programmes
Cultural Group Support
Safety Awareness Programmes