Company Name: Bangalore International Airport Limited
Project Name: Namma Shikshana
Focus area of CSR- Education/Livelihoods/Disability etc:
NGO/CSO Name: Kempegowda International Airport Foundation
Kempegowda International Airport Foundation (KIAF), a subsidiary of Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL), incorporated in March 2020 under Section 8 of The Companies Act, 2013 as a Non-Profit Organization. The main objective of the Foundation is to create social value through targeted interventions for communities around the airport and social ecosystem at large. It focuses on promoting education, holistic healthcare, integrated development, conservation & promotion of culture & heritage and safe water and sanitation, thereby empowering the community at large.
Bangalore International Airport Limited (BIAL) promotes sustainable development through implementation of programs in alignment with its corporate vision and policy. These programs are implemented under the aegis of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) wherein the benefits are reaped by the entire community. Implemented programs focus on Education, Health, Water & Sanitation and Gender Equality for immediate intervention to create a positive impact in the community. The focus areas are also chosen in alignment with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).
BIAL believes that CSR is not charity or mere donation, instead it is a platform that allows the building of relationships between the stakeholders and community for the common good that will visibly contribute to social growth in the regional vicinity. BIAL’s CSR Policy, mandates that the CSR programs and activity undertaken by the Company shall impact the communities among which it operates. Objective of our individual programs are:
- Quality Education: BIAL Education Initiatives are implemented under our ﬂagship Program “Namma Shikshana” which means our education in the regional language of Karnataka. These initiatives strive for achieving inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all. The program further focus on encouraging all children in the intervention area to complete their education by enabling access to safe, non-violent, inclusive and eﬀective learning environment. BIAL interventions are both in terms of augmenting the physical infrastructure and enhancing learning outcomes through programmatic engagements. BIAL works on the ‘Hub & Spoke’ model wherein model holistic Schools are developed as Hub Schools at cluster level with other pre-schools and primary schools getting integrated with Hub School as Spokes for quality programmatic interventions.
Company Name: Prodapt Solutions
Project Name: Prodapt CSR – a foundation based on ‘Connectedness
Focus area of CSR – Education/Livelihoods/Disability etc:
Education, Healthcare, Environment, Charity
NGO/CSO Name: Team Everest
Volunteering for education. Focusses on equipping students with interpersonal and communication skills which helps them in their job interviews and career. Charity, Education, Healthcare, Socio-economic
Company Name: 3M India Limited
Project Name: 3M Young Innovators Challenge Awards
Focus area of CSR – Education/Livelihoods/Disability etc: Early childhood Education
NGO/CSO Name: United Way Bengaluru
3M-CII Young Innovators Challenge Award was launched as a pilot in 2014, to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the CII India Innovation Summit. The goal of this partnership between 3M and CII was to create a platform to identify, recognize and support young innovators in the age of group of 18-30 years, who are at an early stage of launching sustainable solutions to address socio-economic problems. The winners of the competition are recognized at CII Karnataka’s annual ﬂagship program – CII India Innovation Summit.
The Awards program has evolved substantially across 8 editions while embracing inclusiveness to ensure that youth across all spheres are eligible to participate. The program runs as an annual challenge inviting participation from across the country and uses a multi-layer evaluation process to identify 6-7 winners across three award categories – Product Innovation, Service Innovation and Rural & Inclusive Innovation.
The work of the winners identified through the YICA program resonates with the results of a global independent study called the State of Science Index, which is conducted by 3M USA every year. The study, which is also conducted in India, explores global attitudes towards science. The results showed that there was an increased enthusiasm for science and a greater recognition that science has an important role to play in solving problems beyond health – such as sustainability and STEM equity gaps. YICA is an example of encouraging youth involved in science and technology to pursue careers as innovators to make an impact on society.
Company Name: IBM India
Project Name: IBM STEM for Girls Program
Focus area of CSR – Education/Livelihoods/Disability etc: STEM Education, Coding
NGO/CSO Name: Quest Alliance- Secondary Schools Programme
Secondary Schools Program at Quest Alliance began in 2015 as a two-school project to introduce government school students to coding and give them the opportunity to create their own coding projects. Our Secondary School Programme builds the STEM mindset in adolescents, enabling them to develop the critical skills they need to succeed in the 21st century, challenge gender norms, explore career options with a focus on coding and computational thinking, and become creators rather than consumers of technology. The program oﬀers a curriculum that covers Digital Literacy, Coding, Career Development with an emphasis on STEM Careers, and Gender Sensitization. The curriculum is delivered by facilitators in the classrooms. These included school visits and tracking of classroom sessions to map the curriculum. Furthermore, school- level events were organized to bring together parents, teachers and learners. In response to the pandemic, the programme was further innovated to ensure that girls and boys remained connected to learning. Innovations such as Virtual Hackathons, Role Model Interactions, Webinars and a Master Coach Training for teachers were conducted to ensure maximum engagement and outreach. Currently, the program operates in Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Gujarat, Karnataka, Odisha, and Telangana. Additionally, the program facilitates collaborative learning networks to help develop Research Studies and White Papers in the areas of education and employability. – https://www.questalliance.net/our-publications
Company Name: SABIC
Project Name: Strengthening India’s education and medical infrastructure
Focus area of CSR – Education/Livelihoods/Disability etc: Education/Health & Wellness
NGO/CSO Name: 1-Rotary 2-United Way of Baroda 3-SVADES 4-Thelassemics India
Support in community research and need analysis, sourcing, ground logistics and implementation of the program
Education and Health & Wellness are the areas SABIC has collaborated with stakeholders locally as well as relevant NGOs
- Government School Upgradation and Renovation Program
- They See, They Learn Program – Eye care camps for underprivledged children
- SABIC’s partnership with CIPET
- Blood donation drive
- COVID-19 relief aid
Company Name: Bosch Limited
Project Name: NGO Capacity Building Program
Focus area of CSR – Education/Livelihoods/Disability etc: Number of NGO’s Supported : 346 Number of NGO Partner: 1 (Vishwa Yuva Kendra) For implementing the NGO Capacity Building Program, Bosch has partnered with 1 NGO partner called the Vishwa Yuva Kendra, which is based out of New Delhi. This implementation partner is helping Bosch to reach out to other smaller NGO’s to amplify and maximize the reach of this program. (Our CSR endeavors in India, collectively known as “Bosch India Social Engagement” are carried out by three entities, namely, Bosch Limited CSR (the CSR Department), Primavera (an employee-driven funding organization) and Bosch India Foundation. Our principal CSR thrust areas: 1. Vocational training 2. Child Health, Hygiene, and Education 3. Neighborhood projects 4. Holistic Village Development Vocational training: Making the underprivileged youth employable, particularly those who have dropped out of the education system is the primary aim of this initiative. By imparting industry-relevant short-term skills to less-educated and lesser-privileged youth, the objective of the BRIDGE program is to help this group to access suitable employment and thereby bringing them back into the mainstream. This award-winning program also develops ‘a pool of trainers’ to address the need for trained and motivated trainers to impart quality training. Our skill development portfolio includes BRIDGE (ﬂagship program), Artisan Training, Trade apprenticeship, Training of the Trainers (Employability Skills and Technical Domains), and Upgradation of Government I.T.I.s. through Public-Private Partnership. Child Health, Hygiene, and Education: This program is aimed at improving children’s school attendance by addressing their health problems and improving basic health facilities to reduce school dropout. This initiative includes conducting medical camps in government schools, follow-up treatment, providing medicines and surgeries along with educational interventions in the areas of Science, English, Computers, and Value Education. Neighbourhood Projects: This program is aimed at improving the children’s educational needs. The initiative also works to improve the school infrastructure/ambience like clean sanitation facilities, drinking water facilities. Holistic Village Development: Bosch India Foundation (BIF), supported by Bosch Group companies in India, aims at a systematic and systemic approach of activities in all the areas of village ecosystems, leading to a self-reliant village community. Current interventions by Bosch include the improvement of nearly 250 villages around various Bosch locations. Bosch has begun a journey to align its CSR programs with 6 of the 17 UN Sustainability Goals. These include: SDG 3 – Child Health and Hygiene SDG 4 – Education initiatives in Government Schools SDG 5 – Women Empowerment in Villages SDG 7 – Neighbourhood projects SDG 8 – Vocational Training (BRIDGE, Artisan Training, TTT, Govt. ITI Upgradation) Our Five Guiding Principles: In selecting focus areas and projects, we are guided by the following principles: (a) Creating a Storyline (b) Sustainability (c) Scalability (d) Promoting Volunteering (e) Bosch Value Addition.)
NGO/CSO Name: Vishwa Yuva Kendra
Bosch partnered with Vishwa Yuva Kendra, which is an NGO based out of New Delhi. Vishwa Yuva Kendra which started in 1959 began their work with development of youth in the early years have now diversified their base and is working on areas like Capacity Building, Entrepreneurship, Women Empowerment, Youth & SDG’s, Environment, Agriculture etc. Since many decades, the organization has a proven track record in conducting various capacity building initiatives pan India. Bosch has partnered with them so that their expertise can be leveraged through this project and we can benefit from the core expertise & network of the organization which predominantly lies in the area of upskilling, capacity building and enhancement. The organization conducts in-house training programmes, seminars and workshops on relevant social issues like education, health, entrepreneurship development. We also focus upon organizing State level thematic programmes and training, in collaboration with identified Sate organizations, on subjects of regional and national relevance, like disaster management, fundraising, right to information, NGO management, promotion of agro entrepreneurship etc. Mobilization, training
Company Name: SLK Software Pvt. Ltd
Project Name: Empowering today for holistic tomorrow Focus area of CSR – Education/Livelihoods/Disability etc: Education /Disability/Old Age homes/ Livelihoods/ Nutrition /Covid support/ Health & medical supports/ Meals / Animal Rescue care / Food Distribution
NGO/CSO Name: SOS Village
Building self confidence among the under privileged kids and making them future ready for jobs
Distributing grocery kits specially for the Poojanahalli school children’s parents during the pandemic year covid – 19
SLK Sponsored Mask ,sanitizer , thermal scanner ,school bags, books and uniforms for Poojanahalli school children .
SOS village of India is a home for orphans, with a concept of cottage living, wherein 10 kids and a house- mother reside in a homely atmosphere. The House mother is also a needy widow or a deserted lady, so it’s a home for both mother and children
SLK has adopted two houses in Jan 2019.With this money, the NGO ensures proper schooling and upbringing of the children. The inmates are supported till they can be on their own or till they attain the age of 25 years. This helps the NGO adopt more needy orphans or destitute kids.
The main objective of this training was to make the parents aware of the limitations and progresses of the child after the previous therapy was given. A total of 24 mentally challenged children and 24 mothers attended one week follow-up therapy program. Duration was from Monday to Saturday.
Therapy sessions was conducted by experienced physiotherapists. The resource persons, namely, Dr. Arun Koshy, Dr. Lino Rajesh and Dr. Somarendra took a few therapy sessions required for the children, for their parents, based on each child’s therapeutic conditions. The therapist reviewed their progress, provided support as needed and ensured improvement. Following points were discussed with the mothers.
The benefits of therapy and its importance. Assigned activities for mothers to practice certain exercise with their child.
A wide range of therapeutic interventions had been used during the treatment and the tips were given to them to take care of the children while being at home.
Given below are the key skill and techniques implemented during the therapy training: Passive stretching: These therapies done for spastic muscles to relieve soft tissue tightness. Manual Stretching: This therapy applied manually using the eﬀect of body weight and using splints.
Weight bearing exercises: This therapy reduces the contracture in the lower limb by using tables and standing frames for a prolonged stretch.
Splinting: The splint also was one of the external devices that used during the therapy to distribute and to remove forces to or from the body in a controlled manner.
Muscle strengthening exercises: This exercise increased the power of weak muscles Electrical stimulation: This therapy increases the muscle strength and motor function
Company Name: 3M India Limited
Project Name: Born Learning Campaign- Ensuring school readiness thru Quality Childhood Education
Focus area of CSR – Education/Livelihoods/Disability etc: Education, Community, Environment, COVID
NGO/CSO Name: United Way of Bengaluru
3M India Limited with its Corporate Social Responsibility partner – United Way of Bengaluru is together implementing the Born Learning Center program since 2016. The program is implemented in collaboration with the government of India’s Integrated Child Development Scheme (ICDS) across multiple states. The unit of intervention is the Anganwadi/Crèche Centre.
The Born Learning Campaign programs rests on three important pillars of
- Safe and conducive learning environment – Infrastructure development
- Improving the learning outcomes among children and
- Building community monitoring framework to ensure program
Company Name: Moog Controls India Pvt Ltd
Project Name: CSR Projects on Health & Education
Focus area of CSR – Education/Livelihoods/Disability etc: CSR Projects on Health and Education
NGO/CSO Name: United Way India
Hospital and cancer foundation
Company Name: Rotary District 3190
Project Name: Happy School Program under T.E.A.C.H
Focus area of CSR – Education/Livelihoods/Disability etc: Education
NGO/CSO Name: Rotary District 3190
Rotary District 3190 is part of a network of Volunteers dedicated to tackling economic, and socio-cultural challenges for such causes as Education & Literacy, Water Sanitation and Hygiene , supporting the environment, disease prevention and Treatment, community economic development etc.