IIL donates oxygen generation plant to TIMS, Gachibowli
Date: 13.12.2021IIL had facilitated the setup of an oxygen generation plant at Telangana Institute of Medical Sciences (TIMS), Gachibowli. The oxygen plant works on the principle of Pressure Swing Adsorption and enables efficient distribution of oxygen for needy patients. The plant is capable of supplying oxygen to 70 patients at a time. IIL had taken up this initiative as part of their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and executed it through Sambhav Foundation, an initiative of LabourNet, a Bengaluru-based Social Enterprise. The cost of the plant is Rs 1 crore.
IIL for Fight Against Corona
The pandemic of COVID-19 has posed serious challenges on the health and economic security of millions of people in India & worldwide. During these testing times, IIL joined hands with the nation in fighting against CORONA VIRUS. IIL and its staff had contributed a sum of Rs.2 Crores and Rs.33 Lakhs towards ‘PM CARES’ fund. IIL and its staff are proud to extend support and stand in solidarity with the nation in every aspect possible.
Gift Milk Program in coordination with NDDB Foundation for Nutrition (NFN)
In support of Gift Milk Programme of NDDB Foundation for Nutrition, IIL is providing additional nutritional supplementation to school children. Under this scheme, fortified flavoured milk is distributed to the students in Govt. schools adopted by IIL. Over 2500 school going children from Telangana and Tamil Nadu are benefitted through this activity.
Under Operation Gouraksha, IIL provides deworming and vaccination to cattle in nearly 115 goushalas with a population of 90000 destitute animals spreading across 12 states.
Project Calf Health & Nutrition Programme (CHANP)
Project CHANP is initiated by IIL with the aim of providing health and nutrition supplementation (mineral mixture fortified with vitamins) for a year to 500 selected female calves in the age group of 1 to 1.5 years in the goushalas.
Adoption of Government Schools
Most of the Government Schools in India have been neglected, ignored and poorly maintained. These factors discourage the children from joining the school, thereby depriving children of their Right to Education. Keeping this in view, IIL has adopted two Government Schools in the vicinity of its Karakapatla facility in Hyderabad, Telangana. IIL is providing infrastructure and basic facilities including support in the mid-day meal programme. As a result of IIL’s intervention, the strength of the children in the adopted schools have been doubled within a few years. The schools have also won awards at the district level.
Rabies Free Thiruvananthapuram, proposed by Federation of Indian Animal Protection Organizations (FIAPO)
Project “Rabies Free Thiruvananthapuram” was planned during FY 2020-21. However, due to COVID19 pandemic, the program was restricted only to the extent of providing training on “Capacity building of stakeholders and COVID response”. As part of this program, online support and training was provided to few service NGOs and animal rights activists working in response to COVID19.
A broader program for controlling Rabies disease at Thiruvananthapuram district, Kerala, is proposed to be taken up during FY 2021-22.
Support for Stray Animal Welfare – Utkarsh Global Foundation
IIL extended support to Utkarsh Global Foundation, Pune, an NGO involved in the welfare of stray animals by providing food, medical attendance, and adoption. IIL is providing support by providing the Antirabies vaccine - 6000 doses and multicomponent vaccine - 3000 doses per annum to give protection against deadly diseases.
Project “GO Green”– Cuttack
Pilot Project for Manure Management, known as Project Go GREEN is planned in the areas of OMFED, Cuttack, Odisha. The aim of the project is to enhance the earning potential of Dairy Farmers. and is expected to benefit approximately 100 dairy households with 2 to 5 cattle. Upon successful completion of this Pilot Project, IIL wishes to increase the scope of Project “Go Green” to other areas of Odisha / other states of India.