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  • Policy
  • Guiding Principles
  • Implementation Process
  • Monitoring and Evaluation
  • CSR Committee

Policy

United Breweries Limited firmly believes in sustainable development, which is interpreted as growing our business in a socially and environmentally responsible way, while meeting the legitimate interests of our stakeholders. We also believe in taking an active role and responsibility in empowering local communities to achieve their ambitions. The company and its employees are committed to the community it works with and the environment it extracts its resources from. The needs of the community and the environment keep changing over time and therefore our CSR and Sustainability Policy would be dynamic to be able to include the aspects which would help in paving the way for long term sustainable development. We will ensure that our CSR initiatives integrate social and environmental considerations, apply to all our operations, are incorporated in our governance, management, business strategy and day-to-day decisions and actions.

At United Breweries Limited, we are investing in holistic welfare measures for our co-communities that include water, sanitation and hygiene along with education and primary health. All our initiatives are being implemented after a thorough needs assessment of the community.

Water

United Breweries intends to focus on the availability of safe drinking water within this broad cause of ‘Water’. The company has committed a significant proportion of its CSR budget to availability of safe drinking water for the communities residing in the vicinity of each of its 21 owned breweries. Over 140 villages comprising a population of over 600,000 would be covered under this program. The program will be implemented in partnership with reputed non-governmental organisations and the respective gram panchayats. It will be implemented over 5 years, commencing in FY 15-16.

Primary Healthcare

The Company intends to improve the access to health care services for the co-communities. The breweries would establish Health Centres/Dispensaries/Mobile Medical Units, which shall provide free medical check-ups and basic medication to the communities. Health camps would be carried out in the villages on a regular basis.

Primary Education

United Breweries would be helping to provide improved quality of primary education for its co-communities. It will adopt schools in the vicinity of its breweries, work on improvising teaching-learning methodology, along with development of physical infrastructure. Each brewery shall adopt at least one primary school.

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UB Andhra Pradesh

Bore wells, pipelines and civil pedestals for an overhead tank have been supported in Bantupalli village for availability of water to the villagers.

UB Karnataka

A bio-toilet was supported in Gangadharapalya village and an RO system for safe drinking water availability has been installed at the Nelamangala rural police station.

UB Orissa

Drinking water was supplied through tankers to four wards of Khurda municipality in the peak summer months of April, May and June. This initiative has benefitted over 2000 individuals.

UB Telangana

Bore well pump-set, pipes and fittings have been installed at the Kothlapur gram panchayat in Sangareddy for enabling availability of water to the villagers.

UB Tamil Nadu

A village pond has been rejuvenated under water conservation efforts in Aranvoyal village, which has helped over 1000 households. The intervention has improved the water level.

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