Empowering Women towards Equality and Development

India is a nation that despite being personified to “Mother India” has had the harshest lifestyle for females.

Overpopulation: Too Much of Anything Can Get Too Bad

All efforts for sustainable growth and development are only efforts worth making if there exists a population to be impacted with their progress. It is this importance of a stable and healthy populace that is celebrated on July 11, the World Population Day as declared by the UNGA in 1989. The demographic composition is not the only point of importance to this awareness method; it aims to highlight the issues that impact the population and their relation to development and the environment.

Giving Quality Healthcare for a Quality Life!

Rural Health care is one of bi...

Disaster Risk Management & Rural Development through CSR Projects

Natural Disasters are not unde...

How Corporate Social Responsibility Agency are helping with CSR

The term “Corporate Social Responsibility” is basically related to the notions of charitable activities, legal obedience and “ethical” business.

Swachh Bharat Abhiyan stressing on the importance of clean and modern sanitation

Under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the swachh Bharat abhiyan which was been taken lightly for several years have suddenly picked up momentum. The Prime minister of India have made it very clear to the citizen of India that it is very important to inculcate civic sense and value among each and every Indian so that India can become as clean and green as the west. Not only cleanliness fosters a countries growth by attracting foreigners but also provides better environment to live and grow.

How CSR Skill Development Training is proving to be helpful in development of entire India

Indian is a country with budding talent, it is the second most populous country which is known for its hardworking resources, and however what it lacks is inadequate skills. Indian are known for their hardworking capacity and their resourcefulness, what is required to get the best out of manpower is CSR Skill Development Training.

WOMEN AND A BROOM: LIFE CHANGING OBJECT

A broom is merely an object used for cleaning and in Indian context also for beating people in and around neighborhood for unharmful acts. It has been acted as a weapon for Indian women since its inception before the modern-day pepper sprays arrived in market. This insanely stick like tools with fibers usually of materials like hair, corn husks and plastic is seen to degrade the status quo of women and is debatable. This is evident from the fact that women not men are majorly seen doing the cleaning work at home because of the traditional responsibility of work bestowed upon them since ages.

Celebrating Mother’s Day in Unique Way – Initiative by Seed CSR @ Budasan Village

On 14th May 2017, Seed Team ha...

Seed Is Contributing to the Growth of an Individual As Well As the Country

Ever since Mr. Narendra Modi h...

Initiative To Clean GAGAL, Safe GAGAL

On 25th April Malaria Day was ...

Prevent Malaria-Save Life

To spread awareness on prevent...

CSR Summit on Corporate and Civil Society

Mr. Anirban Roy marks his ausp...

Renew Power’s move toward CSR via Community Development Project Inauguration

Renew Power in partnership wit...

Convocation Ceremony for Skill Development Batch

Convocation Ceremony for Skill...

Changing Landscape of Healthcare by CSR

A healthy society leads to a d...