CSR EXCELLENCE OF THE YEAR
(L to R) Representative from DP World; Monal
Srivastava, Regional Head-human Capital, DP World; Raj Khalid,
India Representative, Port of Antwerp; Umesh
Grover, Secretary General, CFSAI
DP world India bagged an award under the CSR excellence of the Year Category for being one of the most socially responsible and impactful organisations for undertaking a lot of activities to benefit communities at large. The jury was impressed especially with the DP world's wide range of socially responsible activities being offered to the needy and also for its efforts to build the sustainable societies and communities. One of the major programmes undertaken is rebuilding deprived societies. DP Wold has been consistently working towards building confidence in them, providing livelihood opportunities and ensuring they have access to quality education and healthcare facilities. About 1600 women residing in slums were given training in skill development. Of them, about 400 trainees were successfully placed in different jobs and about 800 of them are able to eke their livelihood. In addition, about 500 women were trained by the Industrial Training Institute in Bhuj and are now able to sustain themselves. On the health front, about 22,000 villagers in Mundra were provided with basic health facilities and were treated for common diseases by the medical van that travels to villages to cater to their health needs. About 6,000 villagers in Raigad district were also treated. In association with the Mundra Institute of Medical Sciences, DP World has transformed the healthcare landscape of this town. DP World believes that community development is key to a sustainable future. In keeping with the social development goals, their programmes are designed to address the needs of people keeping in mind the future of the society and the country. The Mundra Institute of Medical Science managed by DP World has transformed the landscape of healthcare in Mundra taluka, treating 7280 out patients during the evaluation period. The in-patient department has facilitated 871 patients with quality healthcare services.