February 13, 2019: Amway India, the country’s leading FMCG Direct Selling company, as part of its pledge to support the relief, rehabilitation, and restoration efforts in the flood-affected areas in Kerala, donated INR 1-crore to Sh. Pinarayi Vijayan, Chief Minister, Kerala towards the CM’s relief fund. The cheque was handed over by Mr Anshu, Budhraja, CEO, Amway India to the Hon’ble CM at the Kerala House in Delhi. Also, as assistance to the flood-hit state of Kerala, Amway had earlier announced a plan of taking up school restoration project in the state. The schools for the project have been identified and the repair & renovation work is already in progress.
The beneficiary schools identified for the restoration project from the Ernakulam district were, namely SNM LP School, Kottuvallikkadu, VCS HSS Puthenvellikkara, and GHSS North Paravoor. Amway with support from its NGO partner – Plan India is the process of getting these schools refurbished, which is expected to complete by March 2019. This project is likely to benefit over 3000 people including the students. The project involves the construction of the school’s infrastructure, upgrading toilet & urinals facilities, upgrading changing room for girls and installing incinerator for safe disposal of sanitary pads. In line with the ongoing school health programme in Kerala, Amway will also be organizing health check-up camps in these schools to benefit students and their parents.
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