RAIPUR: Chhattisgarh has immense
potential, need partners for progress, Premsai Singh Tekam, Hon. Minister for
School Education, Government of Chhattisgarh said.
He was speaking at the 2nd Chhattisgarh
CSR Leadership Summit themed at ‘CSR Partnership for Sustainable Development
Goals (SDGs held on Feb 6, 2020 held here.
He said, corporate partnership is essential for sustainable development of the state.
India CSR Founder Rusen Kumar while welcoming the delegates, said, “Chhattisgarh lags behind many states in SDGs index. This forum will create opportunities for partnership among corporates, civil society and government for achieving sustainable development goals for the state.”
He urged the Government to create a CSR council for facilitating and monitoring CSR interventions.
The Summit organised by India
CSR Network and supported by NABARD aims
to put forth the CSR agenda for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) for
Political leaders, Industry
veterans, and CSR thought leaders shared their vision on SGDs in Chhattisgarh. Delegates
representing civil society, Business, and Government joined to express their
commitment to the inclusive development for the state.
The Summit witnessed leaders
from organisations which contributed and shaped the domain of Corporate
Social Responsibility (CSR), and are visionaries behind current development
agenda in the state.
The broader objective of the
forum was to formulate a common goal among the CSR, Govt. and nonprofit
organizations in Chhattisgarh for maximizing the benefit for society and
opportunities for the corporate houses, establish robust relationships with
communities and contribute towards the development of the state.
States have to play an important
role in aligning their development agendas towards achieving Sustainable
Development Goals (SDGs). Active participation of states with full of
enthusiasm and robust action plan are very much essential in this regard. Chhattisgarh,
a fastest growing state, blessed with the stable governance and strong
political leadership has to play crucial role to lead in the path of SDGs.
CSR, development leaders and
organisations are invited to be part of this prestigious forum. CSR Directors
are requested to nominate a group of concerned officials of their esteemed
organizations dealing with CSR, HR, PR, Environment and compliances.
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