Round Up: Interviews with Pakistani executives about CSR and more
Social Bridges presents a round up of interviews that we conducted with Pakistani executives to know what their companies are doing for the community and what’s their environmental and social footprint. It was really heartening to know that Pakistani corporate sector has started doing good for the society and are also trying to reduce their carbon footprints. These interviews were really very helpful in learning the CSR dynamics of Pakistan.
- ENGRO is setting examples for other companies
ENGRO is very much cautious about its environmental foot print and has spent millions on reducing emissions.
- P&G Pakistan is working for a better future of Pakistani children
Proctor & Gamble has based its community efforts on children as they are the future of Pakistan.
- Tribal Monsoon joins forces with Pakistani artisans to rock the world
Pakistani artisans are great but live in very pathetic conditions and abject poverty. Tribal Monsoon is helping these artisans by paying them generously and taking their creations to international markets.
- Citi is promoting microentrepreneurship in Pakistan
Pakistani subsidiary of Citibank is helping the underpreviliged to turn to microfinancing if they want to improve their lives.
- Teradata making Pakistani students more tech savvy
Teradata Pakistan is imparting world class education to Pakistani IT students so that they can be better equipped with modern technologies when they graduate.
- Jang Group/MKRF are striving for a green revolution
Jang Group and its subsidiary Mir Khalil-ul-Rehman Foundation (MKRF) are working towards a green revolution in Pakistan by launching SABZ initiative.
- City FM89 is educating listeners about responsible citizenship
City FM89 is a popular FM channel of Pakistan which is trying to educate its listeners about responsible citizenship by carrying out various awareness campaigns.
In the next episode of round up series, we’ll cover the interviews of NPOs.