Gurugram: Amway India, country’s leading direct selling FMCG Company, today partnered with Gurugram Police for Project ‘Sabal’. A Memorandum of Understanding has been signed between Gurugram Police and Amway India today, in the presence of Mr. Sandeep Khirwar, IPS, Commissioner of Police, Gurugram and Mr. Anshu Budhraja, General Manager, Amway India. Under the Project, Amway India will undertake self-defense training of around 10,000 school-going girls from 50 schools of Gurugram and will support the health & wellness of Gurugram Police officials by organizing multiple healthy living workshops.
Commenting on the partnership, Mr. Anshu Budhraja, General Manager, Amway India, said, “The true value of CSR can be fully realized when private companies and government machinery comes together to support a cause. Amway India empowers women from all across the country to become entrepreneurs. More than 60% of our active 550,000 distributors are women. We are delighted to work with Gurugram Police and help train around 10,000 girl students in the area of self-defense.”
“Police officials play a central role in enforcing the law. However their routine lives can be really stressful. We hope that the Police officials will find the health & wellness workshops fruitful, “added Anshu.
Speaking on the same, Mr. Sandeep Khirwar, IPS, Commissioner of Police, Gurugram, said, “Self-defense training for girls is the need of the hour. We have done multiple such projects in the past which have received positive feedback from the participants. We are targeting to conduct more than 50 workshops as a part of this project.”
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