A famous man once said, ‘At the end of the day it’s not about what you have or even what you’ve accomplished… it’s about who you’ve lifted up, who you’ve made better; it’s about what you’ve given back’. Alkem is a socially responsible organization that’s actively involved in the betterment of the society.
We have adopted many villages across the country. Our team is working persistently to provide basic infrastructure facilities in these villages. These include, drinking water, sanitation, education and healthcare.
Good health is the right of every Indian, therefore, we regularly hold medical camps as well as run an ambulance service. Alkem regularly works with an NGO for awareness, detection and treatment of cancer. We also fund treatment for epilepsy and support the 'I Hear' foundation for treatment of underprivileged deaf children. Alkem is also involved with the Swami Vivekananda Trust.
Alkem has established Primary Healthcare Centres at two different places in Himachal Pradesh and Sikkim. Also, we are running a Mobile Healthcare Project in the rural areas of Raigad, Maharashtra that provides free-of-cost medical facilities. Alkem has joined hands with several NGOs to increase public awareness about life-threatening diseases, such as cancer, neurological disorders and hearing impairment. The primary target are women residing in rural areas and slum-dwellers in urban regions. We also, provide free check-up and treatment facilities for these diseases. In partnership with ‘I Hear Foundation’, we provide the gift of hearing, through implants, for deaf-from-birth children.
In different parts of Himachal Pradesh and Sikkim, Alkem has adopted many schools. We provide monetary as well as other kind of support to these schools. The aid extended includes the construction and renovation of classrooms and school buildings. We also provide furniture and other things that help in promoting and encouraging education.
Alkem has constructed and modified 4 Angandwadi Centres into Modern Anganwadi Centers. This is done in a partnership with government as part of the integrated child development services program to combat child hunger and malnutrition.
This initiative is to promote the health and education of children in the rural areas of Daman and Raigad.
India has a larger share of rural population. Many of these villages lack basic infrastructure like water, sanitation facilities, health care centres etc. To help this cause, Alkem is providing hygienic drinking water, building toilets and developing primary health centres in hilly areas of Sikkim, Maharashtra, Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh. This move is to help in improving the health of villagers and reducing spread of water-borne diseases.
Alkem has joined hands with ‘Fulora Foundation’ to provide vocational training for youngsters. These youngsters are wards of individuals, who have committed suicide. It also, includes youth from drought-hit villages of Beed (Maharashtra).
We have also developed ‘Silai Siksha Kendra’ in Baddi (H.P.) and Naugama (Gujarat). The individuals enrolled are trained in needlework, which improves employability and thereby, future prospects.
Alkem believes in the conservation of natural resources and use of renewable energy resources. To further this cause, we have installed solar light on the streets of Gujarat. We have organized plantation drives and help build garbage disposal facilities.
Sports teach discipline and commitment. They challenge individuals and help build their character. For promoting and encouraging sports in rural and hilly areas, Alkem has constructed a sports club in Namchi, Sikkim. We have renovated an outdoor stadium in Jehanabad, Bihar. We have helped develop stadiums at many schools in the hilly areas of Sikkim. We have also helped in organizing sport events in these areas.