CSR for Women Empowerment Equipping Women with livelihood generation

We have come far from the time when females were meant to stay at home. They were neither given chance to enter educational institutions, nor they were allowed to work. In this era, women are no less than males and hence have entered every profession. The ratio of educated women have increased to a good level, but still there are many females, especially in rural areas or slum areas who are not educated enough to generate livelihood opportunities.

Let’s make a difference through CSR for Women Empowerment

Empowering women is not an overnight process. It needs a lot of consistent effort because very few women are educated enough to stand tall in front of men. We have now more organizations realizing the need of promoting gender equality and so coming forward to invest in CSR for Women Empowerment. In every term women can be equally strong as that of women, be it personally or be it professionally. One thing that is pulling our women back since years is “the chance to grow equally as that of men”.

CSR for rural development- Giving Better Living to every villager!

CSR initiatives in India are not an old concept but it took a long time to make it mandate for every firm to invest into CSR activities. At Seed CSR we have an impeccable team who are considered best to plan CSR initiatives in India with maximum outreach. Our volunteers are already spread across India and so we successfully implement well-planned CSR project in any part of country.  Out of all the CSR initiatives for education, quality healthcare, environment sustainability, social infrastructure, skill development, sanitation and hygiene, CSR for rural development is more in demand throughout the year.

Sustainability and CSR trends for India

Over the course of post-Independence India’s corporate life span, the contribution of corporate firms’ to societal improvement has had tremendous change in its form. It has grown from being corporate philanthropy or donation and charity, to strategic corporate social responsibility (CSR) that benefits the firms as well. CSR has gained even greater momentum since India’s ratification of the Paris Accord in 2016 giving sustainable development a large amount of significance in the country’s international standing in terms of fulfilling Sustainable Development Goals set by the United Nations.

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