Rural life in Sitamarhi, site of our first Village Development Programme.
Doctors sent from Kazakhstan to Delhi for cardiac training.
A benefit card from the Poverty Alleviation Programme in Sitamarhi.
Children of beneficiary families in the Bap Village Development Programme.
A patient receives treatment at the 24 hour hospital in Sitamarhi.
A Taanka provides water in Bap, Rajasthan.
Supporting the Muhammadiyan Welfare Home in Singapore.
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The projects we undertake, on our own developments and those we are contracted to work on, can have a great impact on the local community. As far as possible we endeavour to give something back to the communities at our project sites, whether through education, training, employment opportunities or healthcare.
Following the creation of the Dayawanti Punj Model School in the village of Sitamarhi, Uttar Pradesh, we embarked on a holistic village development programme to tackle numerous interconnected issues associated with poverty such as healthcare, hygiene, sanitation and malnourishment.
The success of this programme led us to embark on a similar initiative at the site of our first solar power plant development in Bap, Rajasthan. This initiative combines our local community work with our holistic village development programme and we hope will set a framework for further village interventions at future sites.
In addition, we have been happy to support other healthcare initiatives across India, over the years such as Lifeline Express, India’s first train-based hospital camp, and the Barsana Eye and Dental Camp in Uttar Pradesh.
In Singapore we also lend our support to the Muhammadiyan Welfare Home, a children’s home for youth who are considered to be in need of care and guidance. Our assistance focuses on providing educational and personal development opportunities within the Home.