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Social Responsibility

Caring enough is the commitment to ‘do things better’ – not just for the business but for the world at large. We undertake multiple initiatives to strengthen communities.

- Mrs. Sandra Shroff, Vice Chairman, UPL

To see a need and to take the initiative to answer it. To see an opportunity and to develop solutions. That's what we do.

Skill Development Initiative: UPL Niyojaniy Kendra

69%

Youth experienced improvement in knowledge and skills.

38%

experienced an improvement in their personality and confidence.

UPL Udyamita (SHG formation and Strengthening)

56%

women members improved their skills.

31%

women members improved their knowledge.

31%

Women feel empowered to take up entrepreneurial decisions.

Skill Based Entrepreneurial Development Program

27%

participants experienced an increase in knowledge and skills, which would help them to set up and run a small business unit.

BoriBagicha (Kitchen Garden)

40%

farmers eat 2 vegetables per day thereby improving the nutritional value of their everyday meals.

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Source: Sustainability Report 2016-17pdf-icon

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