A business that takes its responsibilities seriously and finds creative ways to engage with society is more likely to endure. We take decisions based not only on financial factors, but also on the social and environmental consequences of our operations. Our company is deeply committed to environmentally friendly practices and we work hard to use our skills and assets to benefit the community around us.
In 2009 we identified tribal women near our factory as a potentially strong work force. We offered extensive training to develop their skills, and today women make up over 50 per cent of our factory workforce.
Developing and managing our many community focused initiatives, Dharohar is helping us bring local schools and thought leaders in education together, lead a reforestation programme and digitalise a million Sanskrit texts.