Touching Lives

By uplifting communities, socially and economically.

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OUR FRAMEWORK
W A T E R & S A N I T A T I O N S K I L L D E V E L O P M E N T GREEN THUMB E D U C A T I O N

OUR APPROACH

“Genuine upliftment, not generosity” is our motto.

TPCDT intends to develop a sustainable business model (Social Entrepreneurship Model) around water purification plants in collaboration with stakeholders. This mission has been envisaged on the basis that improved availability of clean drinking water will have a progression of positive effects beginning with good health and nutrition.

TPCDT viewed skill building as a key instrument to empower the individual, to understand and achieve their true potential and also improve their social standing. TPCDT aims at training the vast young population of the country in a manner that will aid their own growth and also contribute to the economy.

Rapid urbanisation has caused immense degradation in the environment. Being well-aware of the same, we set out with a humble objective - to conserve the environment. This paved way to the launch of the ‘Green Thumb Initiative’ - an idea to plant more trees and showcase them on digital platforms. You click. We plant.

Education is most essential for the growth and development of the underprivileged communityand their children. TPCDT’s initiative in education aims to improve people’s lives byempowering them with quality education that is available to all and which helps themunderstand the world better and achieve their potential.

OUR APPROACH

“Genuine upliftment, not generosity” is our motto.

TPCDT intends to develop a sustainable business model (Social Entrepreneurship Model) around water purification plants in collaboration with stakeholders. This mission has been envisaged on the basis that improved availability of clean drinking water will have a progression of positive effects beginning with good health and nutrition.

TPCDT viewed skill building as a key instrument to empower the individual, to understand and achieve their true potential and also improve their social standing. TPCDT aims at training the vast young population of the country in a manner that will aid their own growth and also contribute to the economy.

Rapid urbanisation has caused immense degradation in the environment. Being well-aware of the same, we set out with a humble objective - to conserve the environment. This paved way to the launch of the ‘Green Thumb Initiative’ - an idea to plant more trees and showcase them on digital platforms. You click. We plant.

Education is most essential for the growth and development of the underprivileged communityand their children. TPCDT’s initiative in education aims to improve people’s lives byempowering them with quality education that is available to all and which helps themunderstand the world better and achieve their potential.

What did we do?

The goal of the Water and Sanitation Programme is to provide safe drinking water to rural areas and develop social entrepreneurs using social enterprise model. Along with supply of treated water, we recognise the need for better sanitation practices hence, awareness programmes are organized in the villages.

How far have we reached?

  • Andhra Pradesh: Srikakulam, Viziyanagaram, Vishakhapatnam, Nellore, Anantapur
  • Karnataka: Kolar, Yadgiri
  • Tamil Nadu: Krishnagiri, Cuddalore
  • Telangana: Rangareddy, Karimnagar, Mahaboobnagar, Hyderabad, Warangal, Nalagonda
  • Maharashtra: Sangli, Jalgaon, Nagpur
  • Uttar Pradesh: Varanasi, Noida
  • Rajasthan: Ganeshghar, Lalghar, Mirzewala, Sanduwaali, Chunavadand Chittorgarh

What was the impact?

  • 277 villages covered
  • 277 plants installed
  • 49,47,978 people provided with safe drinking water
  • 277 social entrepreneurs promoted

What did we do?

Our Skill Development programme focuses on supporting the National Skill Development Initiative of the Central Government in creating opportunities for youth from underprivileged households and equipping them with skills to cater to the industry requirements.

How did we do it?

  • Introducing Ustadi - Tower Erection Training for the unskilled workforce
  • Building construction skills like bar bending, welding, masonry, and form carpentry
  • Developed livelihood skills like plumbing, repairing of computer hardware and mobiles etc.
  • Entrepreneurship Development Training to uplift underprivileged candidates to start their own businesses
  • RO Technician training for young underprivileged workforce

How far have we reached?

  • Andhra Pradesh: Srikakulam, Rajahmundry
  • Jharkhand: Jamshedpur
  • Maharashtra: Chandrapur, Nashik, Nagpur
  • Odisha: Kalinga Nagar
  • Telangana: Hyderabad, Rangareddy

What was the impact?

  • 60,000 people benefited
  • 2,075 candidates trained and 90 percent employed.
  • 60 youth entrepreneurs mentored.

What did we do?

Introduced the `Green Thumb’ initiative – an idea to plant more trees using the power of digital media.

How did we do it?

  • Asked people to pledge to plant trees at Tata’s construction sites
  • Promoted the tree plantation drive via a campaign microsite and social media
  • Got covered by the media to increase awareness of the campaign
  • Employees volunteered to plant those trees

How far have we reached?

  • Planted 2.21 Lakh trees in more than 100 project sites across India

What was the impact?

  • Cumulative reach: 2.09 Crore
  • Participants: 10.05 Lakh
  • Trees planted: 2.21 Lakh

What did we do?

Created opportunities to support underprivileged children mentor the leaders of tomorrow so they can uplift their communities. Our initiatives in educational support focus on SC/ST students.

How did we do it?

  • Adopting and supporting government schools
  • Supporting entire education of meritorious student
  • Coaching support through ‘Volunteer 2 Teach’ programme
  • Scholarships for all levels of education

How far have we reached?

  • Madhya Pradesh: Jabalpur
  • Maharashtra: Nagpur
  • New Delhi: JJ Cluster
  • Tamil Nadu: Kundankulam
  • Telangana: Hyderabad, Rangareddy, Medak

What was the impact?

  • 3,062 students benefited
  • 30 schools supported
  • 1743 students supported in the last 3 years
  • 64 meritorious students were provided resources for their entire education

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