Indus Motor CSR initiatives lauded by NFEH

Indus Motor Company (IMC) is honoured to have received the esteemed Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Award from The National Forum for Health and Environment (NFEH). The recognition was bestowed upon IMC in the “CSR Initiatives” category, acknowledging its unwavering commitment and outstanding contributions to the United Nations’ Global Goals.

A competitive field of 86 companies vied for excellence across 36 award categories, resulting in 123 accolades collectively awarded to 74 deserving recipients. The accolade was presented at the 16th Annual Summit and Awards ceremony to IMC’s Head Corporate Communications and CSR, Mr Asad Abdullah, by the distinguished High Commissioner of Sri Lanka to Pakistan, H.E. Admiral Ravindra C Wijegunaratne and Speaker Azad Jammu & Kashmir Legislative Assembly, Chaudhry Latif Akbar.

NFEH, in affiliation with the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), endeavours to promote environmental, healthcare, and educational awareness among diverse stakeholders, including industries, corporate entities, and the youth. IMC’s Chief Executive, Mr Ali Asghar Jamali, expressed pride in the company’s recognition for its CSR endeavours, underscoring the significance of being an integral partner in the communities where IMC operates.

“An accolade is the icing on the cake for all our efforts, and receiving one from the NFEH is an honour. IMC is committed to creating lasting positive community changes through Toyota’s CSR philosophy. Our flagship Toyota Goth Education Program, in partnership with TCF, symbolises our deep commitment to uplifting the underprivileged and combating poverty. This unwavering dedication guides our allocation of resources towards not just educational progress but also environmental preservation, disaster risk reduction, and community health promotion.”

IMC’s multifaceted approach extends beyond its core business, encompassing a range of CSR initiatives in collaboration with partners such as Deaf Reach, HASWA, HANDS Pakistan, Karwan e Hayat, the United Nations Association of Pakistan, and Saylani Welfare Trust. This broad spectrum of engagement highlights IMC’s holistic commitment to creating a sustainable and inclusive society.

IMC’s proactive involvement in societal welfare initiatives reflects a deep-rooted belief in social responsibility and community empowerment. Their dedication to making a meaningful difference in society aligns with Toyota’s ethos of enriching lives and contributing to a brighter, more sustainable future.

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