MGVS-CSR PARTNERS PROFILE

 

 

Jankidevi Bajaj Gram Vikas Sanstha (JBGVS)


JBGVS is a registered Society & Trust that works under the patronage of Shri Rahul Bajaj, Chairman, Bajaj Auto Ltd. and under the guidance of Shri Madhur Bajaj, Vice-Chairman, Bajaj Auto Ltd. and Trustee of JBGVS.


It is an apolitical, secular rural development organization. It aims to act as a catalyst and assist the participating rural community in the selected 84 villages in Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Uttarakhand to improve their quality of life. To achieve the objectives, different types of projects are implemented based on the needs of the villagers some of which are mentioned below.

 

 

Rural Development


SPECIAL PROJECTS:


WATER CONSERVATION PROJECTS


JBGVS have created more than 2 lacs cubic meter of water holding capacity in 40 villages in Maharashtra benefitting about 10,000 families. The Sanstha is also partnering with Maharashtra Government in their prestigious 'Jalyukta Shivar Abhiyan' to make drought free Maharashtra by 2019.

 

  • Pune- Since 1995 worked on Watershed Development in Model Village Scheme and during 1995 to 2012 in Drought Prone Area Programme (DPAP) making 2 villages tanker
  • Wardha- The focus is on creating ponds by digging nullahs for water & soil conservation. Since 2011 in 23 villages creating 1.48 lacs cubic meter of water holding capacity to ensure year round availability of water.
  • Aurangabad - Undertook de-silting of existing percolation tanks & cement bunds in 10 villages creating 0.54 lac cubic meter of water holding capacity. Due to these treatments, the water levels in surrounding wells increased by 3-4 ft.

 

MGVS-JBGVS CSR INITIATIVE

 

Total Budget       150 lakh
Number of villages   8 village
Number of work 30 work
Type of work Construction of Cement Check Dam, ENB etc and old CNB repairing Nalla/River deepening & widening of streams only black / fertile soil and murum
Number of Beneficiary   4022
Area of Land cover    6773 ha
Impact of the project Water storage capacity increased by  140.36 Created 8 drought and tanker free village

 

 

Shrimad Rajchandra Mission

 

The Early Years

 

Just as a weary traveler reposes in the shade of a tree, after having trekked for miles under the blazing sun; similarly, souls tired of traversing through the miseries of the world, sick of the cycles of life and death, are taking refuge under the soothing shade of Shrimad Rajchandra Mission. Just as a shady tree, affording shelter to many a tired traveller, has its origin in a seed; similarly, the ShrimadRajchandra Mission, now spread the world over, had its origin as a small group.

 

The CSR funds can be spent for purposes such as eradicating extreme hunger and poverty, promoting education, improving maternal health, protecting the environment and enhancing vocational skills.
Shrimad Rajchandra Love and Care (SRLC) have been actively engaged in promoting social initiatives addressing health, education, community and humanitarian causes through its 10 Care programme. The CSR obligation for businesses in India offers an opportunity for us to raise funds and to scale up the scope of the work of social development undertaken by SRLC.

 

Shrimad Rajchandra Water Conservation Programme


Less than 0.5% of the water on earth is available as fresh water. More than a billion people lack access to safe drinking water and more than 2.4 billion people lack adequate sanitation. Global consumption of water is doubling every 20 years, more than twice the rate of human population growth. If current trends persist, by 2025 the demand for freshwater is expected to rise to 56% above the amount that is currently available – which will result in as much as 2/3rd of the world population unable to access clean water. As per WHO, there are 4 billion cases of diarrhoea worldwide each year and 2.2 million avoidable deaths – that is a death every 14 seconds. 35% of these can be avoided by just providing clean water to wash hands. 90% of wastewater in developing countries is discharged into rivers or streams without any treatment. We as humans are consuming water and are jointly responsible for its depletion. Hence, we should do our best to conserve water.

Under this project, campaigns in and around Dharampur, amongst farmers, industries and the local population are initiated to increase awareness. Land Water Recharging Projects are undertaken. Efforts are underway to tie up with existing NGOs in the Dharampur area for water harvesting projects for villagers. 1.5 million Litres of water are recycled annually through a water recycling plant at the ashram. This recycled water can be used for various activities.


MGVS-Shrimad Rajchandra Mission (Dharampur) CSR INITIATIVE

 

Total Budget 07  lakh
Number of villages 1 village
Number of work 2 work
Type of work Construction of Cement Check Dam, River deepening & widening of streams only black / fertile soil and murum  
Number of Beneficiary 495
Area of Land cover 100
Impact of the project Water storage capacity increased by  14.40 TCM Created tanker free village

 

 

Housing Development Finance Corporation Limited (HDFC)

 

The Housing Development Finance Corporation Limited (HDFC) was amongst the first to receive an 'in principle' approval from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) to set up a bank in the private sector, as part of RBI's liberalization of the Indian Banking Industry in 1994. The bank was incorporated in August 1994 in the name of 'HDFC Bank Limited', with its registered office in Mumbai, India. HDFC Bank commenced operations as a Scheduled Commercial Bank in January 1995. 


At HDFC Bank, Corporate Social Responsibility is all about developing a business model that not only creates economic value but also contributes to a healthy ecosystem and strong communities. Our endeavour is to evolve and develop appropriate business processes and strategies to achieve a common goal which contributes to the greater good. 


Development in a large country such as ours brings with it various challenges; the foremost is to translate economic growth to sustainable development. To achieve this, it is critical that growth be inclusive. At the core of this strategy is our commitment to reach out to marginalized communities through our Sustainable Livelihood Initiatives and to encourage each business to include social and environmental consideration as part of their business processes.


HDFC Bank has undertaken several interventions and projects through the year to create a positive impact on society while doing business. These projects take shape in many ways from corporate philanthropy, to employee driven projects.


HDFC Initiatives

 

  • Sustainable Livelihood
  • Sanitation
  • Education
  • Skilling
  • Community Initiatives
  • Environmental Sustainability
  • Go Green

 

Environmental Sustainability


Sustainability is one of the core values at the Bank. The Bank believes in maintaining a balance between the natural capital and communities for its’ functioning. It regards climate change mitigation and environmental conservation as essential elements of a sustainable business. This belief embodies the Bank’s approach on management of its resource footprint.

 

MGVS-HDFC CSR INITIATIVE

 

Total Budget  43 lakh
Number of villages 2 village
Number of work 8 work
Type of work Construction of Cement Check Dam, River deepening & widening of streams only black / fertile soil and murum
Number of Beneficiary 1560
Area of Land cover 450 ha
Impact of the project Water storage capacity increased by  86.00 TCM Tanker free village

 

Why donate to MGVS or become CSR partner in our work?

 

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    • MGVS is working in the field of social service since 1995-96 with clear record and dignity.
    • Your donation will be guaranteed utilized for the beneficiary with proof at all the stages.
    • Timely report along with the supporting documents will be given to the donors
    • The donor will be given tax benefit under section 80G
    • MGVS is accredited by credibility alliance that is proof of our working standards.
    • MGVS has educated, experienced, dedicated and energetic staff to implement the various programmes at the grassroots level.
    • MGVS has good repot with the local community and government department which help us in implementing our work rapidly and smoothly.

 

 

OUR PROJECTS

- WATER CONSERVATION
- TOILET CONSTRUCTION
- ORPHAN SHELTER HOME
- BEGGAR SHELTER HOME
- HIV/AIDS/STD CONTROL
- LINK WORKER SCHEME
- COMMUNITY BASE HEALTH MONITORING
- COMMUNITY BASE HEALTH CARE CENTER
- SMILE TWIN E-LEARNING
- COMMUNITY SUPPORT CARE

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