CSR 2022-2023 Project

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OUR RUNNING PROJECTS

 

To Recycle / Co-process old, discarded footwear in an Eco-Friendly manner.

Implementing partner – Aasra Welfare Association – AWA

SDG covered: 12 – Responsible Production and Consumption & 13 – Climate Action.

Background – In 2015, AWA was started with the support of MCGM. As on date, they collect, process, and recycle 300-350 Tons of dry waste per month.

Project objective – To run a project creating a value chain (including eco-friendly disposal) of 300 tons of old, discarded footwear through different stakeholders’ and to work towards the upliftment of Safai Sathi’s.

Project status – Under implementation.

To help under privileged children excel in their academic life.

Implementing partner – Fidai Girls Educational Institute – FGEI

SDG covered: 4 – Quality Education.

Background – Since 1953, FGEI has been supporting the education cause of the children from the economically weaker section families of Maharashtra and Gujarat.

Project objective – To fund a part of the education cost of 72 children of under privileged families from Maharashtra and Gujarat region

Project status – Under implementation.

To fund treatment cost of Economically Weaker Section people.

Implementing partner – Focus Humanitarian Assistance India.

SDG covered: 3 – Good Health and Well Being

Background – Focus has relentlessly worked towards the betterment of the quality of life of the beneficiaries impacted during the Gujarat Earthquake in 2001 and COVID – 2020 & 2021. It is currently working with communities whose members are underprivileged and poor. Their beneficiaries have been supported with education, welfare, and medical assistance so that they are not deprived from these basic needs

Project objective – To help in providing medical treatment to the poor and needy people

Project status – Under Implementation

To provide on the job training to youth under NAP scheme launched by MSDE, GOI

Implementing partner – Direct implementation of NAPS by Metro Brands Ltd under the Apprentices Act, 1961. TeamLease Skills University – TLSU would be supporting us to comply as per Apprentices Act.

SDG covered: 4 – Quality Education and 2 – Zero Hunger.

Background – TeamLease is on a mission to enable all individuals to acquire skills and capabilities, prepare them to get appropriate employment and ensure their competitiveness in National and International work environment.

Project objective – To increase the employability quotient of the 230 trainees (+ or – 10%) (unemployed youth) by providing them practical exposure through on-the-job training at Metro Brands Ltd, thus enhancing their skills and making them employable.

Project status – Under implementation.

To Recycle / Co-process old, discarded footwear in an Eco-Friendly manner.

Implementing partner – Swachh Sustainable Solutions Pvt. Ltd. (ReCircle)

SDG covered: 12 – Responsible Production and Consumption & 13 – Climate Action.

Background – ReCircle is a resource recovery enterprise that works to divert waste away from landfills and oceans, to bring it back into the economy to be reused, recycled, or repurposed, thereby promoting responsible and sustainable consumption of resources.

Project objective – To run a pilot project for three months to Collect, Pre-Process, Warehouse, Transport & then Recycle and Co-Process 100 tons of old discarded footwear in an eco-friendly manner

Project status – Yet to be initiated.

To Recycle / Co-process old, discarded footwear in an Eco-Friendly manner.

Implementing partner – The Shakti Plastic Industries – TSPI

SDG covered: 12 – Responsible Production and Consumption & 13 – Climate Action.

Background – TSPI is a 50-year-old Mumbai based company that recycles all types of plastic waste, and one of the leading recyclers of polymer waste in India. They are Producer Responsibility Organization PRO authorized by CPCB / SPCB.

Project objective – To run a pilot project for collection, sorting, transportation, processing (Recycling & Pyrolysis) and co-processing of old, discarded, footwear – ODF in an eco-friendly manner of 300 tons over a period of 3 months.

Project status – Under implementation

To empower Mumbai Railway Station based Shoe Shiners

Implementing partner – Sociallab Ventures Pvt Ltd (TSL)

SDG covered: 1 – No Poverty.

Background – The Social Lab (TSL) is a startup and niche purpose driven organization that envisages social change through management techniques to manifest social changes that is equitable and sustainable for all participants

Project objective – To empower 150 Mumbai Railway Station based Shoe Shiners covering the aspects of their Livelihood, Healthcare, and Financial Literacy.

Project status – Phase II under implementation.