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Making a difference
As a responsible corporate citizen, we strive to contribute towards solving social issues through sustainable CSR initiatives. By recognizing, identifying and prioritizing social issues, Hitachi Payment Services implements CSR initiatives through collaboration with employees as well as through consultation with various stakeholders.
Our CSR policy contributes to the company and Hitachi Group’s objectives by focusing on one or more of the activities as defined in Schedule VII of the Company’s Act 2013. In line with the mission of ‘One Hitachi’, our CSR activities are aligned to the CSR initiatives pursued by the Hitachi Group in the country.
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CSR Committee Members
|Mr. Tetsuya Yagi||Member & Chairman|
|Mr. Loney Antony||Member|
|Mr. C Shyam Sunder||Member|
Supporting children from low income groups
Our partnerships with The Akanksha Foundation, Life Trust for their ‘Joy in a Box’ initiative, Udhavum Ullangal Illam, and activities for Nethaji Mercy Home (during festival season) have positively impacted the lives of children from low-income group communities.
To promote education among under privileged children, we had also associated with the NGO, Ritinjali, for a unique fund raising Golf Tournament for one of their initiatives, the Second Chance School in Mahipalpur. The school attempts to educate urban, deprived young adults through vocational training, apprenticeships and job oriented skills in order to mainstream them into the society. Ritinjali has been working in the field of education and community development for over 20 years.
Blood donation camps
In an effort to bridge the ever-widening gap between the demand for and the availability of blood components, we have organized blood donation camps for our employees
Cancer awareness & detection camps
In association with Roko Cancer Charitable Trust, we are reaching out to people in semi urban & rural areas, creating awareness as well as enabling early detection through screening processes and self-examinations for various types of cancer ... click here to know more.
We have also associated with The Cancer Institute (WIA), which is a voluntary non-profit comprehensive cancer centre established in 1954. As part of the program, the institute would be reaching out to the general public in the outskirts of Chennai building cancer awareness as well as supporting patients by providing free/ subsidised treatment for cancer.
Conservation of natural resources
As part of our initiative to support conservation of natural resources, we have tied up with Deshpande Foundation/Kakatiya Sandbox for the Farm Pond Project. Initiated in 2014 by the Foundation, Neer Sinchina is a program that helps farmers engage in sustainable agricultural practices involving rainwater conservation and harvesting. This program has been especially helpful in facilitating irrigation in drought-prone areas with erratic rainfall. By improving access to water, farmers can now cultivate more than one crop a year thereby increasing their revenue by 50%. Farm Pond initiative not only help farmers fight drought, but also enables their own agricultural extension by providing access to skills, tools, inputs and knowledge they need to thrive. As part of this initiative, 43 farm ponds have been constructed in rural areas of Telangana where they can harvest and store water in farm ponds sized 60 X 50 X 12 cubic ft.