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Systems (NYSE: AXTA) has teamed up with the Pardada Pardadi Education Association (PPES) to provide educational support to poor girls in India. Through PPES, the partnership will provide india's poor girls with basic needs such as educational resources, school uniforms and medical facilities to help them focus on their studies, acquire knowledge and give back to society in the future.
PPES association has been working since 2000 to improve the living standards of women in rural India. The association's mission is to help women in the poorest areas of society and to empower them. To achieve this goal, PPES provides free education for girls and job opportunities for adult women, with the aim of nurturing a new generation of well-educated and self-supported Indian women and breaking the cycle of poverty in the region. Asda's donation will help PPS extend its assistance to communities around Asda's capital office in Delhi, India.
Rajadhyaksha, general manager of Asda India, said: "Asda is very proud to be involved in such a far-reaching project to do something useful for the civilian sector of society. Supporting children's education will help India further develop and reserve talent for us and other businesses. A well-educated population will benefit more people in our country. We work with PPES to help Indian children get equal opportunities and contribute to this great cause. Ms
Renuka Gupta, Chief Executive Officer of the Pardada Pardadi Education Association, said, "We are very grateful to Asda for funding PPES to support us in providing educational support to rural girls. Our collaboration will not only have a positive impact on gender development, but will also help industries prepare an efficient social workforce, which is an important and disruptive initiative. The cooperation will also be a positive driver of rural economic development, helping to expand the region's market. "
is committed to supporting education and community projects. These projects reflect the company's commitment to sustainability. If more people can contribute to the economy, society will benefit from it and form a virtuous circle of sustainable development.