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  • Bharatpur

    Operations of Lupin Foundation began with the establishment of a center at Bharatpur in Rajasthan on 2nd October 1988, which gradually spread to the other areas of the state and beyond. Lupin had no business interest in Bharatpur, but only to address its backwardness as well as to tap its potential to adopt and accept innovative solutions and evolve sustainable, dynamic district development model.

    Since its initiation, the center focused on extreme poverty to date and was able to lift considerable number of BPL families above poverty line in the district through this poverty eradication approach. During the course of action, villages adopted by Lupin Foundation have turned into livelihood hubs with bustling rural entrepreneurial activity. Bharatpur, which never heard of bee keeping before Lupin intervention, has now emerged as the second most honey producing district in India. Building on the years of operation, the centre was able to develop distinct models of livelihood development and the district development. These two models have wide potential of replicating in other backward areas. The beginning of the centre was very humble. In the first year of operation, the centre covered 33 villages. Today, it is the biggest in terms of outreach which covers 1,836 villages, 14 blocks and 5 districts.

  • Alwar

    Though two villages of Alwar district were taken up in the first year itself, a separate centre was established in 1994. The center was operated through its sister organisation, MSGD. It began work in 15 villages of two blocks - Rajgarh and Kathumar. Over the years, Alwar centre has expanded its work in other parts, currently operating in 170 villages of eight blocks as can be seen in the graphics.In the initial period of the Centre, it was more involved in rural infrastructure building activities. These include building houses for poor under Indira AwasYojana, pavement road (Kharanja) construction and drinking water system under Janta Jal Yojna and similar infrastructure building works. The centre adopted livelihood approach since 1996-97. Gradually, the centre initiated activities in different sectors of intervention of rural development. Currently, Alwar centre covers 9 blocks and 215 villages in the district.

  • Bhopal

    Bhopal centre of Lupin Foundation was established in 1995-96. It adopted villages in Vidisha and Raisen district at the request of local people and district administration. Since 2008, Lupin Foundation adopted poverty alleviation approach through community based rural development model. Consequently, SHG(Self Help Group)

    program was launched, which has now emerged as a model program in the entire MP state. Similarly, agriculture advancement and check-dam construction programs were taken up through farmer’s club. Youth skill training program was also launched for promoting rural industries.The centre is currently operative in 70 villages of 5 blocks of the two districts in Madhya Pradesh, with primary objective being poverty reduction through economic development programs.

  • Sindhudurg

    Lupin Foundation initiated rural development work in Maharashtra in 2000 with the establishment of a centre in Sindhudurg district. The work was initiated in five blocks of the two districts in Konkan through this centre. Initial focus was on women empowerment through SHG formation and agricultural extension. Now, the intervention in the area has expanded both in terms of reach as well as activities with the adoption of holistic development approach covering key sectors of the rural economy. The centre has been able to achieve an emotional connect with the villagers. The centre has developed a model of sustainable dairy development, which includes complete cycle right from installation of biogas and use of slurry generated from it as organic fertilizer leading to increased crop production including fodder. From mere 30 villages in 2000, the centre now covers 350 villages. The number of blocks it covered increased from 5 at the time of inception to 8 at present.

  • Pune

    Pune has emerged as one of the most important centres of Lupin Foundation since its establishment in 2004. The centre is operational in 52 villages belonging to two blocks in the district. It began with the objective of carrying out rural developmental work in the villages near R & D facility of Lupin in Mulshi block, and the centre has now extended its operations to Junnar block too. The centre has secured various development projects as an implementing partner such as TDF-Wadi, IGWDP and Add-on SHG programme through NABARD. It has established a training Centre at Vandre, where trainings on various topics related to rural development are regularly conducted for NGOs and CSR wings of corporates.

  • Dhule

    Lupin Foundation has undertaken major development intervention in Dhule district in partnership with its sister organization, Desh Bandhu & Manju Gupta Foundation (DBMGF). The intervention aims to build a model for development of backward districts in India. Implementation of this ambitious programme is underway with focus

    on speed and scale in terms of reach. Titled as ‘Change India Programme’, the intervention has covered more than 95 percent of the villages in the district. Apart from supporting DBMGF in Change India Programme, Lupin Foundation also has its separate operations in Dhule, which involve implementation of major government projects, such as IWMP, WSHG and others.

  • Nandurbar

    In 2012, Lupin Foundation established a centre at Nandurbar to cover the most backward districts in terms of HDI report in Maharashtra. Nandurbar is also a district with highest percentage of tribal population in the State. NABARD has chosen LupinFoundation as its implementing partner for WSHG programme in the district. The centre has done remarkable work in terms of fund mobilisation and women empowerment through SHG.

    The centre is currently operational in 232 villages of 3 blocks of thedistrict.

  • Rishikesh

    We are operational in the most difficult hilly terrain of Uttarakhand through our centre at Rishikesh. The centre carries out CSR work with the holistic development approach in the service area that comprises Doiwala and Sahaspur blocks in Dehradun district. The centre played a remarkable role in the rehabilitation period in the post disaster period in 2013. With very limited resources available, Lupin Foundation reaches out to the remotest of places to serve and help people. This year, the centre has implemented activities in 27 villages situated in the hilly and remote areas of the state.

  • Aurangabad

    LHWRF began CSR operations in Aurangabad district of Maharashtra in January 2011. Currently, the initiative covers 20 villages of Aurangabad and Kannad blocks of the district covering total population of 22,765. Selection of the villages in the district has been done on parameters such as percentage of BPL families, SC and ST families in the village as well as prevalence of land degradation, rain-fed farming and poor health, hygiene and sanitation. These villages were selected after situational analysis through PRA methods and the work only initiated once the Gram Sabha approved and demonstrated willingness to support CSR operations. The main sectors covered by the centre include agriculture, animal husbandry, non-farm livelihoods, women empowerment, health, education and infrastructure. The centre has also established rural mart in the district.

  • Dhar

    LHWRF extended its development operations in Dhar district of Madhya Pradesh in October 2011. Major sectors in which LHWRF has launched development interventions are Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, Women Empowerment and Rural Infrastructure. Currently, the development work is underway in 17 villages of 3 Gram Panchayats within Nalcha block of the district. These villages have complete tribal population and they house 1,312 families out of which 835 fall below the poverty line. Primary crops grown in these villages include soybean, maize in rainy season while wheat and gram in rabbi season. Most of the families are small landholders and on an average they hold 1-4 acres of land. Often they also rely on local breeds of cows and buffaloes for supplementing their income.

  • Dabhasa

    Lupin has its manufacturing site at Dabhasa in Vadodara district of Gujarat. In 2014, LHWRF began its CSR operations in Vadodara district by setting up a centre at Dabhasa which is the first centre of LHWRF in Gujarat. In the first year, various activities were implemented in the 18 villages of Vadodara district and within a short span, the centre has done significant work in agriculture, animal husbandry, rural industries promotion, education and health. Understandably, the nature of work at this juncture revolves around rapport building with the community.

  • Ankaleshwar

    In 2014, LHWRF initiated development programme at its plant location in Ankleshwar. This is LHWRF’s second centre in Gujarat. Initially, to assess the needs of the people, Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) exercise was carried out with the help of Krishi Vigyan Kendra. After the exercise, 14 villages were identified for the intervention activities. These villages are mainly inhabited by tribal people who are poor. The centre has taken a big leap in a short span and done commendable work in various sectors such as agriculture, animal husbandry, rural industries promotion, health and education.

  • Tarapur

    Lupin has its API manufacturing facility at Boisar in newly created Palghar district of Maharashtra. Situated in north Konkan, adjoining Gujarat, the district is mainly inhabited by tribal population. LHWRF began its work in the district in 2014 and in this first year itself, activities were initiated in 12 villages with the aim of image building and rapport development with the residents of villages located near the facility.

  • Nagpur

    In FY2014-15, LHWRF launched CSR intervention in 19 villages of Bhiwapur block of Nagpur district, near the plant location at Nagpur. Apart from providing services to nearby villages of the factory location, the centre has also taken up far flung project affected villages with displaced population and doing remarkable work.

  • Goa

    In 2014, LHWRF began its CSR operations in Pernem block of Goa.The centre is working in coordination with Sindhudurg centre, which is operational in the proximate area. CSR work here is in a nascent stage and currently, the centre has presence in 18 villages. The flagship programmes of the centre is establishment and running of Physiotherapy Centre.

  • Jammu

    In FY2014-15, LHWRF initiated development programme under CSR in Samba district of Jammu and Kashmir. The programme has spread over 15 villages and 2 Gram Panchayats in Purmandal block of the district. Despite its embryonic stage, during the reporting period, Jammu centre covered 529 families out of which 197 (37%) were BPL families.

  • Vizag

    Our Vishakhapatnam (Vizag) center is the youngest member of the LHWRF family and was established in FY 2016. The centre seeks to create programs on the rural poor in the Vishakhapatnam district, Andhra Pradesh. The Vizag center has already initiated programs in collaboration with another company’s CSR wing. Two model schools are already under development with the Foundation providing required infrastructural support. The centre covers 12 villages in the district.

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