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Kamdhenu Jeevandhara distributes sewing machines among women and girls

Devdiscourse News Desk
Updated: 29-05-2019 17:16 IST

Kamdhenu Jeevandhara, CSR wing of Kamdhenu Limited, on Wednesday distributed sewing machines among underprivileged women and girls who successfully completed 'Tailoring Training Program' organized by the company to impart tailoring skills and help them become economically self-sufficient and independent. Satish Kumar Agarwal, CMD, Kamdhenu Limited and Radha Agarwal, Chairperson - Kamdhenu Jeevandhara handed over the sewing machines to the women and girls at a ceremony held at company's Tailoring Training Centre in Gurgaon.

Speaking at the felicitation ceremony, Radha Agarwal said, "Women's economic empowerment is a pre-requisite for inclusive and equitable economic growth. At Kamdhenu Jeevandhara, we take pride in organizing free skill development programs to make a difference in the lives of those in need. It is a humbling experience for us to see the smiles on the faces of these women and girls who have successfully completed their training program and are all set to begin the new innings in their life. We hope that Kamdhenu Jeevandhara with support of Kamdhenu Limited would continue to serve underprivileged sections of society in the years to come". Kamdhenu Jeevandhara focuses on the upliftment of the underprivileged women and children. In order to make these children competent to face the competitive world, they are imparted with computer education as well. Efforts invested in this direction aims to achieve a larger perspective of eradicating child labour.

"At Kamdhenu, we have always believed that business has a responsibility of giving back to the community. Our endeavour to support the society comes into form in the shape of 'Kamdhenu Jeevandhara'. Adhering to our values, we have always strived to come up with a meticulous approach towards Corporate Social Responsibility in a way such that we are able to do the best that we can on our part," said Satish Kuma Agarwal, CMD of Kamdhenu Jeevandhara. The group is associated with numerous NGOs and other autonomous bodies to help the physically challenged through different means of relief. It recently donated an ambulance to Rotary Club Bhiwadi to help augment healthcare services in Bhiwadi.