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Ambuja Cements Limited


 Began Operations in 1980

 Driven by the philosophy that responsibility and empowerment go hand in
 Ambuja cement foundation, established in 1993
 Water resource management agro
 Skill-based livelihood generation
 Health
 Education
 Women Empowernment
 Rural infrastructure
Skill and entrepreneurship
development institutes (SEDI)
 Himachal Pradesh
 In partnership with PNB in 2005.
 Trains unqualified and unemployed students.
 Engineering and non-engineering trades are offered.
 Curriculum made available by DGET is modified as per requirement of trades.
 Encourages self-Employment and offer loans with PNB at 4 percent
 Chhattisgarh
 Partnership with department of labour government of Chhatisgarh,2010
 Official vocal training partner covering 35 village in Bhatpara.
 Courses are approved as per Modular Employability scheme(MES) norms.
 Collaboration with CRPF camps
Watershed Programme

 Dhunden Wateshed development programme

 Addressed problems like
 Water harvesting
 Surface runoff control
 Depleting water table
 Village watershed committee, interface between the community and the
 Covered over 700 hectares, 500 homes across 16 villages.
Piramal Enterprises Limited
Piramal Swasthya

 Belief “Healthcare for all”

 Accessibility availability and affordability of medical service
 Remote training, mobile health units (MHU’S) telemedicine facilities
 A database of government hospitals, government blood banks,
government registered cardiologists, government registered doctors etc.
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 Helpline providing medical advice
 Assam, Rajashthan and Maharashtra in agreement with the respective state
governments under the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM)

 Mobile health service initiative in Assam

 to spread education and awareness, detect, screen and do
continuous disease management of the seven major chronic
diseases - diabetes, hypertension, asthma, malaria, tuberculosis,
defective vision and epilepsy
 Generic medicines are dispensed which are provided
by the government and are given to patients free of

 Corporate Social Responsibility in India, has matured from the concept of a

philanthropic activity to a must-do-activity.
 CSR has now become an active engagement with the community and the
 PPP is an effective tool for bringing private sector efficiencies in the
creation of economic and social infrastructure assets and for delivery of
quality public services.
 The public sector does the policy making and the private sector actors
mainly engage in financing and executing CSR initiatives.
 Planning and reporting are jointly managed by the public and private
sector actors of the partnership.

 PPP is advantageous and works well because of what each partner brings
to the table.
 The government has the capacity to pump in considerable financial
resources and provide scale, the private sector, aside from funds also
provides expertise in management, delivery and technology, and is
responsible for day-to-day management and running of the interventions.
 Private players are in a better position to do the ground work and can
mobilise personnel easily.
 PPP is not always successful as well, there is some scepticism that both
partners have for each other.
 As the public and private start working together these can be overcome
over time.