|Sr No||Proposed Project||Focus Area|
|1||COVID 19 Relief measures like provision of meals/essential kits to the under-privileged and needy including healthcare workers and caregivers affected by the lockdown and second wave situation across the country.||Covid relief & eradicating hunger, poverty, and malnutrition|
Supporting immediate response to the healthcare crisis arising out of the second wave of COVID 19 pandemic and strengthening of overall healthcare infrastructure system to mitigate the same through exploring the following activities:
|3||Promoting education, including special education and employment enhancing vocation skills especially among children, women, elderly, and the differently abled and livelihood enhancement projects.||Education & Livelihoods|
|4||Budget for any other projects for specified in schedule VII of the Companies Act 2013.||Activities specified under Schedule VII of the Companies Act, covering eligible CSR activities.|
|Sr No||Project||Sanctioned amount||Location|
|1||Project “SBI Sanjeevani – Nirantar Seva” project, for providing emergency health care services to the victims of road accidents on Mumbai-Ahmedabad highway in the state of Maharashtra.||42,01,275.00 /-||Mumbai- Ahmedabad Highway, stretched between Thane and Palghar in Maharashtra state.|
|2||Project “SBI Sanjeevani – Clinic on Wheels project” for providing primary health care services to approx. 12,000 inhabitants of 20 remote villages in Jogulamba Gadwal District of Telangana State.||19,00,225/-||Jogulamba Gadwal District, of Telangana.|
SBICAP Ventures Limited in partnership with SBI Foundation and Yashlok Welfare Foundation, is pleased to contribute towards Project Nirantar Seva.
At an event held in Yashwantrao Chavan Centre in Mumbai, One ambulance was flagged off to provide free-of-cost emergency and trauma care services for victims of road accidents on the Mumbai – Ahmedabad Highway.
Dr. Ravinder Singal, IPS, Additional Director General of Maharashtra Highway Traffic Police, spoke about how road safety is a collective effort.
Mr. Sanjay Prakash, Managing Director of SBI Foundation, said, “SBIF Sanjeevani Nirantar Seva is a unique initiative where the Highway Traffic Police, Yashlok Welfare Foundation, and the local hospitals will work in unison to provide timely emergency and trauma care in the golden hour after an accident, on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad Highway.”
Mr. Suresh Kozhikote, Managing Director, SBICAP Ventures, shared, “SBICAP Ventures is proud to support Project Nirantar Seva in partnership with SBI Foundation and Yashlok Welfare Foundation. This transformative CSR initiative aims to provide immediate medical assistance to the victims of road accidents, which is critical in saving precious lives. We are driven by our commitment to building a safer and healthier society and making a positive impact on several lives."