Our social development initiatives are driven along the lines of UN Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) for a better tomorrow. We strive to ensure that every child in our program area gets quality education. We work particularly for the drop-outs and slow learners and provide them remedial education aiming at mainstreaming them. We aim at reducing the infant and mother mortality rates to half of what those were in 2008-09 by 2015. Our collaboration with local health departments and hospitals has proved valuable in improving maternal and child health, achieve 100% immunization and reduce mortality rates through focused health services.
Improvement in the quality of social infrastructure, which leads to improved quality of life, is also high on our agenda.