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Ceat Tyres Ltd

perm_identityCEAT Tyres Limited   emailresponse@ceatltd.com

roomRPG House, 463, Dr Annie Besant Road, Worli , Mumbai, Maharashtra - 400030

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languagewww.ceat.com

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CSR Estimated budget ₹77,300,000

ABOUT

CEAT accelerates movement with the finest tyres known for their tough, smooth and secure grip on roads. It manufactures high-performance world-class radials for a wide variety of vehicles.

At CEAT, the Corporate Social Responsibility is an integral part of our Company’s ethos and is one of its core business tenets.

Ceat's visioin is to drive ‘holistic empowerment’ of the community around the local vicinity of their plants, and in the industry across geographies. Ceat believes in implementing sustainable initiatives with maximum societal impact by filling critical need gaps. The Company proposes to create social impact through ‘hands on’ execution of the social initiatives, directly and / or through partnerships with individuals, institutions, NGOs and local Government bodies in a PPP model for the purposes of accessing expertise/enhancing resources and for support in project implementation. Ceat also strives towards the Millenium Development Goals established by the UN, and plays its part as a responsible Indian and global corporation.

As a part of its CSR, Ceat supports initiatives for gender equality and empowerment of women, primary education, health and local community development, employability, among others.

PROJECT

  • 1 - Project Project Netranjali
    Name your funders
    RPG Foundation
    Project start date
    01-01-2014
    Project end/expected close date
    01-01-2020
    Location
    Maharashtra
    Budget
    ₹100,000
    Number of beneficiaries
    700,000
    Implementing agency
    Project photos
    Project documents
    Project description

    Netranjali, the Flagship Programme was launched in 2014-15, to work towards the cause of preventing avoidable blindness in India. This is a key need as India has the world’s largest blind population, with 80% of cases of blindness being preventable with early stage interventions. Eye health check-up camps under Project Netranjali reached out to 150 - 200 beneficiaries per camp, covering a total of 10,000 individuals across different schools and slum communities in Bhandup, Navi Mumbai, Worli and Halol. Three different target groups were covered via the Netranjali Camps – school children, slum community/elderly and Truckers. 

    Over 4,000 school children covered through eye screening camps, 500 children given spectacles and 1,000 children were referred to hospitals for further treatment.

    In the slum communities over 5,000 beneficiaries were screened, 2,000 free spectacles were provided. Hospital referrals were given to over 900 people who needed further treatment.

    The company also reached out to the Trucker community, where, in a span of four months over 600 truckers were screened. At the eye check-up camps, they were examined for eye problems like lazy eye, glaucoma, refractive errors, cataract etc .We provided free spectacles to 376 truckers with more than 20 truckers being referred to partner hospitals for further treatment of serious eye problems. It was observed that Truckers were one of the most vulnerable populations amongst those we reached out to via the Netranjali camps. A research study carried out during the camps revealed that over 55% of Truckers across age groups, had refractive errors and for those over the age of 40, the figure rose to a shocking 74%.  It is imperative to have the Netranjali eye health camps for this susceptible community to ensure safety of their lives, livelihood and overall road safety.


  • 2 - Project Swayam
    Name your funders
    Self
    Project start date
    01-01-2000
    Project end/expected close date
    01-01-2020
    Location
    Maharashtra
    Budget
    ₹100,000
    Number of beneficiaries
    0
    Implementing agency
    Project photos
    Project documents
    Project description

    Empowering economically less privileged women in driving skills.

    Focus on empowering women by breaking stereotypes and paving a new path for economically less privileged women. It builds driving skills leading to gainful employment thus promoting gender equality and women empowerment. It will drive a powerful social change within the industry that we operate in (transport industry). 

    Mobilization sessions conducted on a large scale: Reached out to about 3000 women during introductory sessions across Mumbai and suburbs.

    Pilot batch of 30 women trained in driving and allied skills.

    Women trained in self defence skills.

    Women trained in basic spoken English, grooming and other life skills along with basic first aid training to make them stand out as professional, polished women drivers.


  • 3 - Project Pehlay Akshar
    Name your funders
    Self
    Project start date
    01-01-2000
    Project end/expected close date
    01-01-2020
    Location
    Maharashtra
    Budget
    ₹100,000
    Number of beneficiaries
    0
    Implementing agency
    Project photos
    Project documents
    Project description

    The Pehlay Akshar program addresses the social need gap by imparting practical English fluency, both spoken and read, to children thereby empowering them for future employability. It is operating in 14 Govt schools in Bhandup, Nasik and Halol reaching out to 1232 students.

    Unique interactive pedagogy to impart functional English language skills to community students.

    About Pehlay Akshar facilitators: the facilitators undergo rigorous training at regular intervals on teaching skills, story reading and child psychology


  • 4 - Project Jeevan
    Name your funders
    Self
    Project start date
    01-01-2000
    Project end/expected close date
    01-01-2020
    Location
    Maharashtra
    Budget
    ₹100,000
    Number of beneficiaries
    0
    Implementing agency
    Project photos
    Project documents
    Project description

    Jeevan is an integrated community development project focusing on improving all-round quality of life in the areas of clean drinking water, overall health and nutrition based interventions, amongst others.

    A Complete Blood Check-up & Blood Group Detection for 248 girls was conducted in the Nahur CEAT Community Centre.

    A session being conducted on health for adolescent girls, their mothers and Aanganwadi workers. Around 150 beneficiaries attended the session, out of which 100 were adolescent girls.

    A one-on-one discussion between adolescent girls and the nutritionist post session. They discussed about healthy food habits that they can follow regularly. 


  • 5 - Project Saksham
    Name your funders
    Self
    Project start date
    01-01-2000
    Project end/expected close date
    01-01-2020
    Location
    Maharashtra
    Budget
    ₹100,000
    Number of beneficiaries
    55
    Implementing agency
    Project photos
    Project documents
    Project description

    A multi skill development program focusing on alternate livelihoods training for women in tailoring, nursing and patient care assistance ;and mobile repairing and other technical skills for youth. Project Saksham is being implemented in the local communities of our plant locations in Bhandup, Nashik and Halol.

    55 underprivileged women from remote rural areas of Maharashtra being trained under project Saksham for becoming professional patient care assistants.

    Post the classroom training they will be placed for internship in the nearby hospitals for hands-on experience.