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Social Responsibility

Caring enough is the commitment to ‘do things better’ – not just for the business but for the world at large. We undertake multiple initiatives to strengthen communities.

- Mrs. Sandra Shroff, Vice Chairman, UPL

CSR Vision

Enabling community to become active partners in a self-reliant society

CSR Focus Areas

Agriculture Development

Employability and Entrepreneurship

Education and Empowerment

Environment and Nature Conservation

Health and Sanitation

National and Local Area Need

CSR Process

Going beyond the prescribed

In 2016-17 as per the India CSR report, UPL has spent over 3.5 times more than the prescribed amount on CSR.

We are witnessing change everywhere we go. The community is becoming more and more aware and is actively participating and contributing to all the development programs. Our efforts to build self-reliant communities that work for their own growth and development are bearing fruits.

Employability and Entrepreneurship

Skill Development Initiative: UPL Niyojaniy Kendra

63%

Increment

Rs. 4,750

Average monthly income of youth in the region

Rs. 7,750

Average monthly income of youth in the region increased

3

years

817

youth trained

479

placed

Employability and Entrepreneurship

UPL Udyamita (SHG formation and Strengthening)

110%

Increase in earnings

1,500

Average monthly income of an SHG member

3,155

Average monthly income of an Non - SHG member

3

years

1141

women members

UPL Khedut Pragati Program

Application of SRI technology in agriculture

117%

increase in productivity

Rs, 1,472

Profit per acre earlier

Rs. 3,199

Profit per acre now

4

years

854

farmers

31

villages

UPL Khedut Pragati Program

BoriBagicha (Kitchen Garden)

47%

savings on weekly expense of vegetables

Rs. 146

Weekly expense on green vegetables.

Rs. 99

Weekly expense on green vegetables reduced.

2

years

928

farmers

10

villages

Employability and Entrepreneurship

Skill Based Entrepreneurial Development Program

3

years

783

participants

66%

Increment

Rs. 1,240

Average monthly income before program

Rs. 2,060 post

Average monthly income after program

Education and Empowerment (VAPI)

Sandra Shroff ROFEL College of Nursing

62%

increase in monthly income

14,333

Monthly income of a simple graduate

23,200

The average monthly income of a nursing graduate.

13

years

715

students

55

students per year

Education and Empowerment (Vataria, Ankleshwar)

Shroff S Rotary Institute of Chemical Technology (SRICT)

58%

more than other engineering graduate in the region.

12,000

Average income of an engineering graduate

28,053

Average monthly income of a SRICT engineering graduate

4

years

1320+

graduates

330+

students per year

Download CSR Reports

Download CSR Policy

UPL Sarus Conservation Project

The Complementary Education Programme, BRAZIL

Download CSR Annual Report for the Financial Year: 2017-2018 2016-2017 2015-2016 2014-2015 2013-2014

Source: Final_Sustainability_Report_2016-17.pdf