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"Mahatma Gandhi's 80-year-old philosophy that companies are trustees of a nation's wealth is more relevant today"
"Support in developing CSR strategy and activities that actively engage NGOs to implement these initiatives"
"Design, development and customization of ICT solutions that can support in various processes of complete project management and reporting as required by company law"
  • Mahatma Gandhi's 80-year-old philosophy that companies are trustees of a nation's wealth is more relevant today. The mandatory 2% corporate social responsibility (CSR) expenditure in the new Company’s Act 2013 is a unique and constructive provision. It is unique because in no other country is CSR spending mandated by law. It is constructive because if implemented well, we could lead to a higher level of corporate governance and social responsibility.
  • Companies find it difficult to reach the right people considering the demography and diverse social problems of the country. Here NGOs (Non Government Organisations) can play a vital role as catalysts, who can work towards needs of development while helping corporate in investing in social initiatives. But there exists a wide fissure on how Companies and NGOs can work together to reach right people and communities. IPFM believes ICTD can be leveraged to support Companies and NGOs to undertake CSR.
  • Information and Communication technologies (ICTs) have long had the distinction of being perceived as both being a great divide between the haves and the have-nots as well as one of the greatest enablers of economic and social development. We use ICT as a connotation of modern electronic technology from where we get “e”— primarily the PC, the mobile phone, and the Internet play central roles. Together, these have come to be called ICTD (Information and Communication Technologies for Development).
  • In the context of development, the intersection of ICTD and the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) has been considered a critical nexus for the future of sustainable human development and poverty eradication.The MDGs, a set of eight development goals adopted by the United Nations in 2000, have since become a pivotal framework for meeting the needs of the world's poor. In 2003, the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and the International Business Leaders Forum (IBLF) put forward a framework for business contributions towards achieving the MDGs. This framework clearly established ICTD as one of the targets drivers for development.
  • e-CSR is an initiative of IPFM to support communities and business to leverage ICTD for CSR.
IPFM
"The MDGs, a set of eight development goals adopted by the United Nations in 2000, have since become a pivotal framework for meeting the needs of the world's poor. In 2003, the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and the International Business Leaders Forum (IBLF) put forward a framework for business contributions towards achieving the MDGs."

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