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Future Generali India Insurance adopts a village in Palghar district

Nov 13, 2017

The adoption is intended towards providing better health and hygiene, education and infrastructural developments.

New Delhi: Future Generali India Insurance Company Limited (FGII), the general insurance arm of the joint venture between retail giant Future Group and global insurer Generali, has adopted four padas viz., Kadav Pada, Bhonge Pada, Gawari Pada and Kamat Pada in Palghar district, Maharashtra. With a vision to facilitate integrated and holistic development of the village, the organisation aims to provide access to sanitation, clean water, electricity, adult education and vocational training to the 132 households covering a population of 591 in the adopted padas.

This adoption is a part of Future Generali India’s CSR programme ‘Sneh’ through which it is committed towards constructing and supporting sustainable solutions for the key issues related to Education, Health and Environment. The project is being executed in association with Lokanayak Jayaprakash Narayan Leprosy Eradication Trust, an organisation dedicated to village uplitfment work across the state.

KG Krishnamoorthy Rao, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of FGII along with senior management and other employees from the company graced the formal inauguration of the project today, bringing cheer to the residents of the village on this special occasion.

K G Krishnamoorthy Rao, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Future Generali India Insurance Company Limited commented on the launch, “We believe that, besides government, even corporates have the responsibility of viable and inclusive growth of the country. At Future Generali India, we promote an open and transparent dialogue between the community and our organisation to understand the challenges faced by the people. Through this village adoption programme we aim to fill the technical or environmental gaps in order to enhance the livelihood of villagers and hope to make steady changes in their lives.”

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