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Mahindra Satyam Foundation

  1. 1. Mahindra Satyam FoundationSocial Transformation. Together<br />
  2. 2. VISION – Social Transformation. Together.<br />Key differentiators<br /><ul><li>Innovation
  3. 3. Technology
  4. 4. Volunteering</li></ul>Guiding principles<br /><ul><li>Inclusivity and Integration
  5. 5. Ownership of outcomes
  6. 6. More than money</li></li></ul><li>Current Programs<br />Education<br />Livelihoods<br />ePWD (Empowering Persons with Disability)<br />Disaster<br />Management<br />(Relief & Rehabilitation)<br />
  7. 7. Pune<br />Bhubaneswar<br />Bengaluru<br />Chennai<br />Hyderabad<br />
  8. 8. Volunteering<br />Vision10% of Mahindra Satyam Employees and 1% of their family members give 10% of their free time to CSR activities<br /><ul><li>Over 16,000 registered volunteers
  9. 9. Exceeded 850,000 volunteering hours in last 3 years
  10. 10. Over 570 Magnificent 7 teams (M7) formed over 3 years
  11. 11. Family Volunteers
  12. 12. Senior Volunteers
  13. 13. Brand Ambassadors for Social Cause
  14. 14. Mahindra Satyam Volunteers’ Participation in Customers’ CSR / CR Activities
  15. 15. Invitation to Customers’ Volunteers in Mahindra Satyam Foundation Activities
  16. 16. e Volunteering</li></li></ul><li>Education – Key Achievements <br />KidSmart<br /><ul><li>5 centers benefiting16 schools and 4,250 students. </li></ul>Spoken English<br /><ul><li>Covered135 schools reaching out to 3,725 class VI Government school students
  17. 17. Awareness program on Water conservation in 5 schools, covered 600 students, 32 teachers</li></ul>Mentoring<br /><ul><li>M7 (Volunteering) activities in 45 Government schools
  18. 18. Notebook Distribution - Donated more than 40,410 notebooks
  19. 19. Computer training and Distribution - Distributed 200 computers to Schools
  20. 20. Value education training conducted to 150 M7 team Volunteers
  21. 21. Motivational tours to Mahindra Satyam locations
  22. 22. Career guidance, Awareness sessions on importance of education
  23. 23. Celebrate important events like Independence day, Teachers day, Children’s day</li></li></ul><li>Livelihoods<br />Key achievements<br />Created more than 5,000 jobs by training more than 6,000 students.<br />Imparting IT skills across 4 locations In India-Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Bhubaneswar, Pune<br />Signed MoUs with Rajiv Udyogasri Society, Government of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka Vocational Training & Skills Development Corporation and Confederation of Indian Industries to conduct placement linked training programs.<br />1,500 candidates appeared for Modular Employability Skills (MES) assessment and got National Certificate for Vocational Training (NCVT) Govt. of India.<br />
  24. 24. Health – Blood Donation Drives<br /><ul><li>The largest corporate blood donor recognized by Red Cross Society > 5,000 Units).
  25. 25. More than 1,000 Thalassemic children supported with fresh blood
  26. 26. H1N1 Swine flu awareness and Hand washing in schools and orphanages
  27. 27. 2009-2010 - Conducted 21 Blood donation camps across Chapters
  28. 28. 1,929 Units of Blood donated to various Blood Banks </li></li></ul><li>Empowering Persons With Disability (ePWD)<br /><ul><li>Organized Abilities Mela – for 4 years (2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010)</li></ul> (A common platform for Corporates/NGOs/ networks working on disability issues, to jointly lobby for an inclusive society) <br /><ul><li>Nodal agency for recruitment of Persons With Disability in ITSAP ( The IT & ITES Industry Association of Andhra Pradesh) formerly HYSEA
  29. 29. Livelihood support for 152 PWDs
  30. 30. Initiated comprehensive technology platform for PWDs to avail full life cycle solutions at a single point of contact
  31. 31. Sensitization about disability in corporates and communities
  32. 32. Released Disability Policy in Mahindra Satyam & its subsidiaries
  33. 33. Fund raising for Sadhana Institute of Mentally Challenged
  34. 34. Facilitated in setting up of shoe making unit for PWDs</li></li></ul><li>Working with our Customers<br /> Adoption of Government School in Bengaluru by Bombardier Aerospace, Canada<br /><ul><li> Infrastructure support to the school – renovation of existing infrastructure
  35. 35. Notebook distribution to the students
  36. 36. Scholarships for deserving students
  37. 37. Motivational Tours for students</li></ul>The Bombardier Team in action<br />
  38. 38. Disaster Management – Relief Operations<br /> Flood Relief Operations<br /> Reached Out to:<br /><ul><li> 8 Villages of Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka
  39. 39. 1,500 beneficiaries
  40. 40. 99 cartons of clothes and utensils collected across Mahindra Satyam locations and distributed
  41. 41. 7,000 note books distributed to 1,165 school children in 5 flood affected villages in Andhra Pradesh</li></li></ul><li>Disaster Management – Rehabilitation<br />Long term ongoing rehabilitation Program for families in <br />Chinnambhavi village in Mahboobnagar District, Andhra Pradesh<br /><ul><li> Construction of 56 pucca houses for the flood victims commenced
  42. 42. Adoption of nearest Government School – to construct - kitchen, Toilets with over head water tanks
  43. 43. Setting up of Reverse Osmosis drinking water supply plant
  44. 44. Livelihoods
  45. 45. Skill building training programs
  46. 46. Self Help Groups for sustainable Projects
  47. 47. Solar Lighting – Supply of one Solar lamp to every household
  48. 48. Create Volunteering opportunities for our associates </li></li></ul><li>Disaster Management – Rehabilitation- work in progress<br />
  49. 49. Recognition<br /><ul><li>Awarded ‘Best Corporate Citizen’ by Business world FICCI – SEDF for the year 2005
  50. 50. Recognized as the ‘Leading Corporate Blood Donor’ across Four Cities in India by Red Cross
  51. 51. Winners of ‘TERI Award’ for best CSR, 2006</li></li></ul><li>Sense<br />Care<br />Reach<br />Follow upafter 48 hrs<br />Mahindra Satyam -Technology partner to – GVK EMRI <br /> GVK EMRI: Free emergency response service for medical, Fire and Police through the "108 Emergency service". Mahindra Satyam -Technology partners to – GVK EMRI <br /> Operational in 10 states, 2,710 Ambulances , covering 433 million population, 11,200 emergencies handled per day, 300 + lives saved a day, 170,000 lives saved till now.<br /> Process @ 108<br /><ul><li>Technology @GVK EMRI
  52. 52. Computer Telephony Integration
  53. 53. Voice Loggers
  54. 54. GIS / Maps
  55. 55. GPS / AVLT
  56. 56. Mobile Communication
  57. 57. Application software for Sense, Reach and Care
  58. 58. ePCR (Electronic Patient Case Record) Form</li></ul> Key Differentiators<br /> Innovation: Access, Affordability, Affectionate care<br /> and Availability of life saving ambulance<br /> Proven Replicability: Now in10 States of India<br /> Business Potential: Customers showing interest to <br /> replicate the same in other geographies.<br /> Technology :Call Handling, Call Dispatch and <br /> Ambulance Control in one call center<br />
  59. 59. Mahindra Satyam- Technology partner to HMRI<br />Software solutions developed include:<br /><ul><li> 24x7 Health Advice and Counselling </li></ul> Hospital  Management System  and Tele referral<br /><ul><li>Integrated Blood bank management software
  60. 60. Mobile Health Unit integrated with </li></ul> Enterprise Information System (EIS) <br /><ul><li>Integrated Disease Surveillance Program
  61. 61. Telemedicine
  62. 62. Fleet Management System integrated with Automated Vehicle location and tracking System (AVLT)
  63. 63. 150 directories, 84 algorithms and 608 disease summaries developed for 104 advice</li></ul>104 Mobile<br />104 Advice<br />104 Mobile<br /><ul><li>Launched under the Rajiv Aarogyasri scheme (Government of AP – India)
  64. 64. 104 HMRI – 24 X7 helpline on Health care and advice, 14.5 million calls since inception, 15 lakh calls per month, worlds largest health helpline
  65. 65. 104 Mobile – 475 Vans, 40,000 onsite workers, 23 districts covered, 23,455 service points visited covering 39 million population</li></li></ul><li>Thank you<br />http://www.mahindrasatyamfoundation.org<br />Mahindra Satyam Foundation 2010<br />This is solely for the use of Mahindra Satyam Foundation only. Without prior permission, no part of it may be circulated, quoted or reproduced outside of the organization. <br />

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