UBL understands that a large population of India still bears the daily struggles for safe drinking water. Its initiatives are aimed at equipping the villages around its breweries with technology that ensures them of water related safety and health. Further, it also works for water conservation and rejuvenation in water destitute areas where agriculture is the prime source of income.
Without health there is no progress and so UBL gives primary and preventive healthcare facilities to the villages close to its breweries to ensure that diseases are cured before they become unbearable and costly.
Creating favourable educational conditions for the village children around its breweries is another one of UBL's projects. Its Mini Science Centres aim at practical learning while adoption of schools involves making an environment that is safe, healthy and educational. Several other schools are also given these facilities to encourage children to pursue primary education.
Responsible Consumption of Alcohol
Promoting the message of responsible consumption of alcohol among the masses is a critical objective for UBL. Sensitisation and awareness generation for the same is what UBL is working towards. By reaching out to the truck drivers in our supply chain, in a fun and interactive manner, UBL aspires to drive home an important message.
ASSIST is a non-profit organisation working in several districts of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh. With the primary objective of making communities into viable units for their own development, a number of developmental activities have been formulated and executed by ASSIST so far in partnership with the respective communities.
ASSIST has been UBL's partner NGO for implementing the Safe Drinking Water and Water Conservation Programme in Sangareddy, Telangana.
Ace Education Trust
Ace Education Trust is a Mysore based NGO that has developed an innovative concept of ‘Mini Science Centre' for teaching basic science to rural government schools' children. This concept is to inculcate interest in science and technology amongst under privileged kids. The Trust aims to set up 500 such Mini Science Centres in rural Karnataka in the coming five years.
Ace has worked with UBL for the establishment of these science centres in 7 government schools in Nanjangud, Karnataka.
Akhil BHaratiya Gramin Uthan Samiti
ABGUS is an NGO working in the field of empowering communities and enhancing their participation in gradually sustaining the development of their own society and nation. It focuses on strengthening of water resources and providing safe & clean drinking water to the rural community for a healthy and sanitized environment.
UBL and ABGUS work towards the Safe Drinking Water project in Dharuhera, Haryana.
Spring Health India Pvt. Ltd. has been working in rural Odisha for the past 6 years and aims at providing affordable clean drinking water to low income families. It believes in the entrepreneurial model, which is, creating employment in the communities it serves. The organisation works with women self-help groups in 26 of the villages to increase their income and market presence.
With UBL, Spring Health has implemented a Safe Drinking initiative in Odisha.
Sir Syed Trust
Sir Syed Trust, SST is a voluntary organisation driven by the vision of ‘Enabling Poor for Sustainable Livelihood Development'. The main aim of the organisation is to empower the community through activities related to agro-forestry, water, livestock development, education and health in order to overcome the socio-economic disparities and evolve as a self-reliant community.
In partnership with SST, UBL has implemented two large projects, one each in Education and Integrated Natural Resource Management in Bhiwadi, Rajasthan.
DILASA JANVIKAS PRATISHTHAN
Dilasa is an organisation dedicated to rural development. It is working in 3,664 villages of Marathwada, Vidarbha and the North Maharashtran region. Dilasa is working in the water and livelihood sectors in 24 districts of Maharashtra. It is the only organisation which had implemented watershed development projects in 3 lakh hectares of land with ridge to valley approach.
UBL has partnered with Dilasa for its Safe Drinking Water and Water Conservation Programme as well as the Watershed Management Project in Aurangabad, Maharashtra.
SIRDS is a non-profit organisation working for over two decades for quality care of disadvantaged women and children and is expanding its horizons to reach out to under-served sections of society that need intervention. It has been playing a proactive role in the fields of education, health and community development, facilitating different forms of community based organisations to encourage people to play an active role in their own development.
SIRDS has implemented the Safe Drinking Water Programme as well as the School Infrastructure Development Programme in Nelamangala, Karnataka.