IPH India Corporate Social


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Girl in a jacket

As per the Indian law each company needs to spend 2% of their profit on CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) activities. Accordingly, IPH India liability came to R.s 14million in the year 2020

We scanned a lot of projects and finally we zeroed down on the project for VKK (Vanavasi Kalyan Ashram Karnataka) trust in March 2020. This trust is focusing more on the education of tribal students in India. Almost 100 Million people are living in the forest who have no connection to cities and towns for good education. this trust identifies such students and helps them by giving education and developing their skills. they have been doing this for the last 50years. the main activity of trust is to construct the residential hostels in all important villages all over the countries wherein they will bring the students from the tribal areas and they will make all the arrangements for the students staying, lodging and boarding in these hostels. then this student will be sent to nearby schools, and also, they are provided training in the hostel itself

This particular project is near bandipur forest in gundlupet village which is around 1 hour from Mysore. (Karnataka) this trust already has 4400 sqft land and we have helped them to construct a new building on this land for the training centre as well as the hostel. This project is now fully completed and the students are already staying in hostel and getting the education.

As we all know our country has gone through very tough time during the Covid-19 and all the hospitals were short of oxygen. hence IPH India decided to donate an oxygen generator to hospital near Bangalore which can give oxygen to 100 patients at a time and would cost around 4.2 million rupees. this oxygen generator has been procured from a private company in Coimbatore and same has been delivered to Shri Krishna Seva Sharma trust hospital in the month of October

State-of-the-art Paediatric Intensive Care Unit set up at Surya Sahyadri Hospital under the CSR program of Interpump Group companies in India. The Interpump Group continues to implement more and more of its CSR initiatives of helping disadvantaged people. A state-of-the-art Paediatric Intensive Care Unit has been set up at Surya Sahyadri Hospital in Pune, thanks to the contribution of Inoxpa, Interpump Hydraulics and Walvoil. A 10-bed ICU unit including cardiac care, was inaugurated on 8th April 2022, after only a few months of the MoU signed at the end of 2021. It will benefit underprivileged children

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