Wienerberger views the economy as an integral part of society. Its duty is to serve people and create value for all. Wienerberger takes its role as a responsible member of society seriously. We define responsibility as ethical actions, honest communications, active participation in the transparent development of our economic environment, personal accountability for our actions and conduct that confirms our standing as a reliable and valuable member of society.
Wienerberger India has always been focused in providing quality healthcare to people in it's direct impact zone.Activities pertaining to Health under Our CSR
Center for Rural Health Care
Strengthen primary health care; which includes preventive, Promotive, curative and rehabilitative services ensuring that these services are accessible, physically, financially and are culturally sensitive, as well as ensuring availability of these services in a timely manner to the local community.
The main objective of the above cited project is to full fill of our company Good corporate citizenship aims. It is focused on socio economic, health, education and environmental issues of our direct involvement Zone.
The CSR initiative aimed to focus on strengthening the Community Health Care Centre in the concerned area, which includes preventive, curative and rehabilitative services ensuring that these services are physically and financially accessible and culturally sensitive to the people.
Wienerberger’s Free Eye Camp & Center for Community Health, 18th January, 2009 top
One of our first initiative towards CRS was setting up of a Community Health Care Centre, formally known as “Center for Community Health” as well as a one day eye check-up camp, “Effective Health Screening” in Kunigal together with Karuna Trust led by Dr. H. Sudarshan on 18th January 2009.
Various local NGO delegates, people representatives, government officials and Wienerberger employees participated on this occasion. Around 300 people from the nearby villages attended the eye camp. With the help of Bangalore West Lions Superspeciality Eye Hospital who were the implementation partners for this social cause along with Karuna Trust; the villagers were provided with free eye check ups and spectacles through out the day.
Also the eye surgery costs for those who cannot afford these medical facilities were provided and treated at the hospitals in Bangalore.
Regular Health screening includes:
Wienerberger’s free Medical camp (From May 2013 to August 2013, The Wienerberger Medical camps have treated over 1033 patients...)
Wienerberger’s free Medical camp at Gottikere Village, Tumkur Dist. Karnataka on 6th October, 2013
Wienerberger India in collaboration with Karuna Trust, organized a Pediatric health camp on 30/06/13 in Gottikere rural health clinic. Before conducting this health camp we conducted an IEC programme, wherein parents were explained about frequently occurring diseases in children and awareness about how to prevent such disease with proper carte & hygene. The programme also focussed on the importanve of breast feeding and immunization.