CSR : Canon India continues its dedication towards building a sustainable community

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Kobayashi, President & CEO, Canon India, commences 5th year of association at Maharaja Katte village, Bangalore

BENGALURU: Canon India through its flagship CSR endeavour- Adopt a Village, adopts villages and undertakes the charge of their development in areas of 4E’s – Education, Environment, Eye care and Empowerment.

Today, it marks a new milestone with the 4th anniversary of the adoption of Maharaja Katte Village at Kanakapura Taluk, Canon India informed.

Adopted in 2014, Canon India focused on the development of over 1300 villagers, with a special focus on the all-inclusive development of children in the village school. 

In the past 4 years, Maharaja Katte Village has witnessed noticeable developments through implementation of a wide range of activities, under its four core areas, including Education, Eye Care, Environment and Empowerment.

In terms of infrastructure, It has made significant changes in the village, keeping in mind the ease and convenience for villagers. Along with constructing additional classrooms and maintaining separate toilets for boys and girls, a stage has also been raised in the school to provide a platform for children to exhibit their talent and gain confidence. With health of the villagers as a key concern for Canon, a water purifier has been installed, providing them access to clean and safe drinking water.

The initiative has further extended to add another very important vertical – ‘Learning beyond books’ where the children of the villages would be introduced to more of practical experiences and out of book learnings. Children are made to visit the world outside their horizons and learn from real life examples, which would enable an extension in their holistic development.

Company has three more adopted villages presently under its flagship CSR initiative – Adopt a Village. These include Village Maheshwari in Haryana, Karanjoti Village in Mumbai and Sol Gohalia in Kolkata.

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