TCI Foundation, under its CSR initiative, organized a social camp through TCI – DAV Public School. During this camp, the school distributed sarees to the old-aged and underprivileged local women of Jamahar village, Khunti (Dist.), Jharkhand.
Special Dental Health camp was organized by Khushi Clinic, TCI Foundation on 23rd October 2019. It was conducted with a view to create awareness and share knowledge related to regular health issues faced by drivers, mechanics & transporters caused due to addiction of tobacco and liquor.
The camp witnessed an active participation of 69 people from the targeted group. The event also received verbal appreciation from the community and other distinguished people present.
TCI Foundation observed the World Hyper Tension Day on 17th May 2019 across 3 locations in India – Vijayawada, Kalamboli and Kanpur.
The street plays and mega health camps were conducted to sensitize the targeted beneficiaries for health and BP check-up and create awareness related to the risk factors of hypertension. Other services were also offered by the Muskaan clinic. Over 300 people were counselled.
On World No Tobacco Day (31st May 2019) TCI Foundation organized signature campaign across 3 locations - Vijayawada, Kalamboli and Kanpur.
The objective of the campaign was to build awareness around the dangerous effects of active and passive smoking amongst the mechanics and drivers. Emphasis was also laid on the significance of regular health check-up and treatment by qualified health care service provider or registered health care center. Overall, around 385 were the beneficiaries.
Lack of awareness about menstrual hygiene and access to hygienic sanitary napkins remains challenge in India. On 5th April 2019,TCI Foundation launched Project “Antrang”, inaugurated by Shri DP Agarwal, VCMD, TCI Group.
Antrang is a women-led unit that manufactures low-cost sanitary napkins for women in Jharkhand.
As part of corporate social responsibility, TCI Foundation organized three Mega Health & Awareness Camp at three locations of India - Vijayawada (Andhra Pradesh), Kalamboli (Maharashtra) and Kanpur (Uttar Pradesh) during 6th to16th March, 2019.
The objective of these Mega Health & Awareness Camps were to provide multi-health care facilities on a single platform and create awareness amongst truck drivers, mechanics and their family members. Over 900 truck drivers, mechanics and their family members benefitted from the free health camps.
TCI Foundation in association with JK Tyre conducted the Road Safety Camps at Chandigarh, Haridwar, Vashi, Bhiwandi and xxx. The drive was initiated for heavy duty vehicle drivers. Mechanics and other allied population in Transport Areas to disseminate education and information on road and traffic rules and regulations in India and to standard operating procedure to tackle situations in the event of emergency situations. The drive was supported by the State Transport Department and State Traffic Police. The renowned trainers were facilitated by Society for Indian Automobile Manufacturers (SIAM)
TCI Foundation works for the skill development of tribal women and girls of Kara Block and conducted regular training and imparted skills for tailoring, stitching and embroidery to 40 women in two quarters; after the training they were independent to initiate their own setups or to work with other establishments.
The youngsters (boys and girls) of Kara Block of Jharkhand were imparted computer training by TCI Foundation, enabled them to setup their own establishments or to work with other establishment.