IPMC has been involved in providing assistants to various charitable organisations as well as local institutions, some of which include;
- CENTER FOR HOPE
- EXTRA MILE
- FAMILY OUTREACH GHANA
- SOCIETY OF ALBINOS - GHANA
- LUEKAMIA TRUST
Most recently the Ghana Hockey Association amongst others. More information published in due course, If you have any questions please contact: email@example.com
Please view current Social Responsibility Projects from below page.
IPMC continues to participate in Social Development Projects nationwide. In the year 2007- 2008. Below were some of the projects undertaken;
- CAPE COAST SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF
An HP laserjet 1020 was installed at the school in a way to arrest the situation of students having access to printing examination materials only at the end of third term. The School Management Commitee, P.T.A, Staff and students congratulated IPMC for the gesture.
- GHANA INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL
Aiming at the Promotion of IT in schools, IPMC sponsored the IT Awards at GIS with a focus of enhancing the winners' sense of achievement. It has become a yearly affair since 2007.
- SANTACLAUSIANS 1983
A cash donation of GH¢ 500 towards the provision of a Reefer Cold Store for Adesadel College was made to the 1983 Year Group. The Group's President on behalf of the group, wrote a letter to express their sincere appreciation for the handsome contribution made.
- GHANA PRISONS SERVICE
In view of developing and promoting Sports among the inmates and especially handball on the national level, IPMC presented a cheque of GH¢ 5000.00 to the Prisons Service. The Director General of Prisons Service, on behalf of the Prisons community, expressed their gratitude for the kind gesture. He further appreciated the expression of continued interest in the development of Sports in the Service.
- DEBATE GHANA 2008 -
- NEW HORIZON SPECIAL SCHOOL
At a concert organized to raise funds to expand school classrooms, IPMC assisted with a contribution of GH¢600. In addition some PC's and printers were given earlier.
- GLONA ACADEMY SCHOOL
An amount of Gh¢ 2,000 was donated by IPMC of the purchase of teaching and learning materials for the school. The principal of the school mentioned that the donation will go a long way in making difference in the lives of the students. On behalf of the school’s community, she extended their profound gratitude to the management and staff of IPMC for the kind support.
- "Have" Community
Over a traditional celebration of the “Agadevi” Festival diamond jubilee IPMC contributed GH¢ 5,000 towards the construction of a multi-purpose town hall for the people of "Have" in the Hohoe Municipality.
The Executive of the Accra branch of "Have" Citizens Association led by the chairman, Mr. Eben-Kay Hodo on behalf of the paramount chief and people of Have, presented a wooden plague to the CEO of IPMC at his office in Adabraka to show their appreciation.
- JOY FM CONGRATULATES IPMC-
Multimedia Broadcasting Company, a parent company of Joy FM has congratulated IPMC for winning the ICT Company of The Year 2007. In a letter dated 25th August 2008, signed by the CEO, Mr. Kwesi Twum and the Business Development Manager, Mr. Charles Van Dyck, read, “We are delighted to learn that Intercom Programming and Manufacturing Company (IPMC) won the 2007 CIMG ICT Company of the year award at the just ended Marketing Performance Awards ceremony. On behalf of Multimedia Group Ltd., we warmly congratulate you”. It further noted that “This a clear manifestation of your exceptional leadership and we applaud your achievement”.
- Click here to view
- SAINT CHARBEL INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL-
IPMC presented some computer and printer to the Saint Charbel International School at a short ceremony in Accra. The school which has been operating for about 3 years now with 120 pupils teaches some foreign languages including English, French and Arabic. Sister Thereze Mourie Bou Rached who is the head of the school, thanked IPMC for the kind support and lamented that the computer and printer will go a long way to help in their administrative activities.
- NATIONAL BASIC EDUCATION AWARDS-
In an effort to paying its quota to the development and promotion of basic education in Ghana, IPMC supported with both winners in the public and private sectors award, a computer and printer each respectively. The award scheme was also presented with 60 pieces of one of Gurdip Hari’s best selling books “Mental, Physical and Spiritual Health”. The National Basic Education Awards is organised annually in collaboration with the Ghana Education Service and was instituted in 2006 by Ayekoo Excellence Foundation, a locally based non governmental organization.
- Click here to view Award
- IPMC SUPPORTS “WE CARE ORGANIZATION”-
As part of our commitment and responsibility to support the needy in the society, IPMC took a major sponsorship drive in a benefit performance “CASTLE OR SUICIDE” by undisputed king of Ghana Comedy, KSM. Proceeds from the project would be directed at supporting “WE CARE FOUNDATION’S” soup kitchen in Asiakwa, an NGO based in the Ashanti Region.
IPMC sponsored GH¢2,000 towards this worthy cause.
- AGI HONOURS IPMC-
“Policy Recommendations for a Growth-Oriented Tax Reform in Ghana” was the presentation theme for this year’s AGI Business Executives Luncheon held at the African Regent Hotel in Accra on Thursday 4th September 2008. Highlights of the meeting saw members discussed some of the challenges of business climate and conditions presently facing the business sector in Ghana.
IPMC received a Sponsorship Certificate, AGI Business Climate Survey (BCS) 2007 as part of its contribution to sponsoring AGI throughout the past years.
- Click here to view Certificate
- A SALT & LIGHT SENDS HEARTIEST CONGRATULATIONS-
A letter dated 25th August 2008 signed by the CEO of A Salt & Light, non-governmental christian organisation, was sent to wish IPMC her heartiest congratulations.
- Click here to read the letter
- CAPE COAST SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF -
IPMC as part of it's deep concern for the physically disable once again presented an HP laserjet Printer and a PC to the school.
- ARGENTINA BABES -
Mr. Amar D. S. Hari, the CEO of IPMC, presented 3 Sets of jerseys and an amount of GH¢ 300 to Argentina Babes, a football team at East Legon. Mr. Godfred Abbey, the manager of the team was very grateful to the gesture and expressed his apreciation to IPMC.
- AMICUS ONLUS GHANA -
Amicus Onlus Ghana, a non-governmental organization, commended IPMC once again for paying for all the 1200 booklets and stationery provided for the 2008 youth empowerment summit held recently at the National Theatre.
- BG TALENT INSTITUTE -
BG Talent Institute, an Acting and Music school located on the Ring Road near Bus Stop Restaurant, received support from IPMC. BG received a cash donation of GH¢ 400 together with an Office space at the IPMC Ring Road branch premises.
The CEO of IPMC further committed a 25% discount as a course sponsorship for BG students who register on the Graphic Design course programs with IPMC as part of the package.
- Labone & Teshie Branch Party
IPMC has supported programmes in the areas of education, social welfare, environmental protection and many more. As part of it's continuous social responsibilities, IPMC decided to put smiles on the faces of needy and
under priviledge who have one way or the other been deprived of all the excitement and happiness Christmas brings.
- IPMC supports the development of soccer
IPMC has once again supported Argentina Babes F/C, a football club based at East Legon in the Greater Accra Region. IPMC presented sets of football jerseys and an unspecified amount of money. The head of the football team Mr. Godfred Abbey thanked IPMC for it's continuous support and urged other companies to support them. The club joined the Greater Accra District juvenile Football Association in 2004.
- PAIN Association of Ghana appreciates IPMC
IPMC made a donation of GH 2000 to the PAIN Association of Ghana in response to the association request for support from respective companies and organisations during their launching. Dr Gladys Amponsah, President of the Association in a letter to the CEO of IPMC, thanked IPMC and mentioned that the Association will participate in IPMC's IT College activities for the mutual benefit of all.
- Center for e-Governance recieves support from IPMC
Governments the world over are working hard to achieve efficiency, transparency and responsiveness, which are the basic tenets of good governance. Over the last 40 years, digital technology has changed the way; governments and it's citizens think and manage services. It is of this view that IPMC, presented a cheque for GH c 500.00 to the Center for e-Governance when the organization presented its request for sponsorship.
- OSU DIVISIONAL COUNCIL APPRECIATES IPMC
The Osu Divisional Council has appreciated IPMC with the immense contribution towards the Osu Homowo 2009 celebrations. In a letter dated 29th July 2009 to the CEO, it stated that "As with last year, your company has made a generous contribution towards the celebrations." It further stated that "Nii Nortey Owuo III, Osu Mantse, President of the Osu Divisional Council and Member, Ga Traditional Council, has asked that we convey to you, the gratitude of the council, the chief and elders of Osu, for the wonderful support you offered towards the Homowo celebrations".
- IPMC DONATES TO CHRISTO-CENTRIC
Students of the Labone branch, IPMC College of Technology, have visited the Christo-Centric Orphanage at Dome, near Achimota in Accra to spend time with the orphans and to make a donation of varied items.
The students, led by Nana Adwoa Okoro-Deutesfeld and Anthony Atumeku Brebu-Dadzie found information about the orphanage on the internet. This particular orphanage was chosen because it was small and not popular, and has not been receiving much help from the public. The preparation for this visit took about 2 months. To encourage other well-meaning bodies to replicate the kind deed, the Daily Guide Newspaper, Peace FM Radio Station and TV3 TV Station were present to cover the event. The orphanage caters for 25 orphans, all of various ages including 5 year olds in kindergarten and Senior High School students. Even though the rains forced the program to be held indoors, It did not deter the purpose of the program. One impressive thing about the event was that after the presentation of items, the students and staff freely shared their experiences with the orphans and engaged them in various activities like spelling, musical chairs, ludo games and playing cards.
Assorted items like drinks, toiletries, toys, play items, games, used clothes and other items all amounting to GH¢ 300 for the orphans. Two of the orphans, who have completed Senior High School, have always expressed their dream of becoming graphic designers.
The director of the orphanage, Mrs. Rebecca Omare, thanked the students for their kind gesture and took the opportunity to ask for more support, ending by saying that the children were the future and we should take good care of them.
- IPMC Awards SCHOLARSHIPS
IPMC College of Technology of the Teshie location, surprisingly awarded 4 scholarships to the tune of GH¢ 3,600 for the registered enquiries present at the forum. Out of 200 registered entries, Mr. Eleazer Sefenu, Royal Technical College, Ms. Abigail Mensah, Presbytarian Secondary School, Mr. Tasiame Josephson Klutse, Royal Technical College and Mr. Michael Anyetei Nai, also of the Presbytarian Secondary School became winners of the raffle draw.
More than 500 students from both JHS and SHS levels in and around the Teshie Nungua Municipality assembled at the Nungua Traditional Authority premises on 16th October 09 to commemorate the International Poverty Eradication Day organized by Global Centre for Youth Advocacy & Development in collaboration with the Christian Council of Ghana.
Speakers at the event were Mr. Sowah, chairman of the event, who spoke on UNDP's programme outline for poverty eradication in Ghana and the rest of the world. Other speakers were Mr. Seth Yakesi, representative from the National Commission on Civic Education, Mr. Opare Williams, MP Representative for Krowor and Marylin Aloysius, Teshie administrator, IPMC College of Technology.
- IPMC TRAINS PERSONNEL OF AENEAS PROJECT
The AENEAS Project on behalf of its stakeholders and IPMC went into a Service Contract agreement to train its officers and personnel within the five participating agencies (Ghana Immigration Service, Passport Office, Ghana Police Service, Birth and Death Registry and Registrar Generals Department) to offer Basic and Advance IT Training to combat document fraud and its related issues.
The first phase of the training programme, Basic training in Office Suite was held from 13 July 2009 - 31 August, 2009 for a period of Six (6) Weeks, has been concluded.
- IPMC DONATES TO POWER HOUR INT. SCHOOL
Five computers were donated to the Power Hour International School at Madina, in the Ga West Municipality in Accra.
Rev. Joseph Kyei Baah, proprietor and head of the school, indicated that the school had been in need of a computer to speed up its administration duties. He subsequently laid a request to Mili Rughani who in turn forwarded a request to IPMC. He revealed that the school which has 145 students both male and female has a lot of challenges including computers for the smooth administration duties.
He was very grateful to IPMC for this kind gesture.
- IPMC DONATES TO NRSC & DVLA
IPMC has donated an HCL laptop computer to the National Road Safety Commission (NRSC) and Driver Vehicle and Licensing Authority (DVLA), in support of a debate organized in a series of activities as part its 10th Anniversary celebrations themed "Road Safety - A Shared and Collective Responsibility".
The donation, being part of the awards for the emerging winner of the debate organized between Aquinas SHS and Labone SHS, was in response to a request made by NRSC and DVLA to support the participating schools as present. The debate which saw both schools delivering good and brilliant points on whether or not road safety is everybody's responsibility, carved a notch that both schools had really prepared very well for the debate. Aquinas SHS came first with 257 points whilst Labone SHS followed closely with 250 points.
The former MTTU Police commander, ACP (rtd.), Mr. Victor Tandoh thanked IPMC for its support.
- IPMC REWARDS BLACK SATELLITES
IPMC has presented a GH¢ 10,000 cheque as donation to the Black Satellites of Ghana for winning the FIFA U-20 World Cup.
A short ceremony was held at the Ohene Djan Sports Stadium press center to officially announce the presentation. Present at the ceremony were Mr. Worlanyo Agrah, CEO of the National Sports Council, Helen Annan - Office of the President, Mr Kojo Bonsu - a Businessman and Francis Dodoo, Chairman of the Ghana Athletics Association (GAA)., all members of the committee responsible for Black Satellites donations.
Amar D. S. Hari, CEO of IPMC, said the achievement of the team is worth celebrating hence the company’s decision to throw in its support. “Playing a strong country like Brazil in a final match with 10 men and still become the world champions, is a great achievement to be recommended and rewarded” he said.
- IPMC DONATES TO ACCRA PSYCHIATRIC
IPMC has presented an HCL infinity computer, an epson printer and tally 9 single user to the Accra Psychiatric hospital in Accra. In a presentation to officially present the items, Mr. Bortei Abraham, (Head of Administration) said on behalf of the entire hospital, he thanks IPMC for this great donation.
Chairman of the committee and also head of the National Hockey Association, Oko Niikoi Djanie mentioned that IPMC has been of tremendous support to the sports industry especially in Hockey. “We are very grateful to IPMC for the support all these years and we say thank you” he said.
- GETTING EMPLOYMENT FOR HIV WOMEN
The Government of Ghana estimated the number of adults and children living with HIV as of 2004 at 404,000. The Joint United Nations Program on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) estimated the HIV prevalence in adults to be 3.1% at the end of 2003, with an estimated 350,000 people living with HIV/AIDS. Ghana's 2003 Demographic and Health Survey reported prevalence at 2.2% among the 9,000 people who agreed to be tested. IPMC as part of its social responsibility assists in creating employment opportunities for HIV positive women of the very lower income group. The women are engaged in the making of IPMC key holders (made of local beads).
- DAY CARE FOR THE AGED
In the late 50's Tema township was built as an industrial and harbor city. This attracted many people from all over the county to Tema to seek for employment. Since that time, most of these people are on retirement and are established in Tema and its environs. What is of concern to the Society of St. Vincent De Paul is the loneliness and the neglect from relatives some of these people are facing. It is in response to their plight that the Society of St. Vincent De Paul, Tema-Battor Deanery has built a Day Care Center where they will meet other people, Benefit from proper nutrition, play games; read, have companionship, share at least one balanced meal per day, have their medication supervised and participate in regular exercise and at the end of each day, return to their respective homes.
As part of its corporate social responsibility, IPMC contributed items worth Four Thousand Ghana Cedes (4,000 GH¢) to the Society of the St. Vincent de Paul(SSVP) Day Care for the Aged at Tema, Community 2 on Friday, February 19,2010.
The items included a Desktop Computer Set, a Scanner, Printer, Ten ceiling fans, Inspirational Books Written by an Award winning Writer and motivational speaker Author Mr. Gurdip Hari, Packs of A4 Size Plane Sheets among other IPMC branded souvenirs.
Upon receiving the items DR. MARGARET P. PRICE, the Proprietress of the Centre thanked IPMC for the kind gesture and made a firm commitment to use the items for the purpose for which they are intended. She then took the IPMC delegation round to see the facilities available for use by the inmates and called on other organizations and philanthropists to come to their aid and to learn from what IPMC has done and follow suit.
- IPMC/SIFE ENCOURAGING FREE MARKETS
IPMC presented an amount of GH¢7,000, and IT products including laptops, MP3 players and pen drives at a ceremony at the Alisa Hotel in Accra. The sponsorship package, which is in the second successive year, saw two days of keenly contested competition by 14 SIFE institutions in Ghana. The SIFE competition is opened to SIFE teams on 33 campuses in all 10 regions of Ghana that during the academic year develop and implement educational outreach projects based on the free markets system aimed at creating economic opportunities for people living in and around their communities.
- KIDS LEARN ABACUS AND WIN IPMC LAPTOPS
In June this year, IPMC presented 13 laptops to the UCMAS project. Thirteen winners of the national competition won each of the laptops. In a presentation of the prizes to the contestants, the CEO of IPMC, Mr. Amar D. S. Hari laid stress on practical Arithmetic for daily life. UCMAS is a program which encourages Arithmetic skills in growing kids by the use of ABACUS.
- IPMC LAUNCHES THE OFFSHORE HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONAL PROGRAM
IPMC has launched yet another program, Offshore Healthcare Professional (OHP) giving the opportunity to nursing students in Ghana to work as an Offshore Agent for the United States Healthcare facilities, in this fastest growing business process outsourcing industry. Offshore Healthcare revenue management enables healthcare providers to improve their revenue cycle management by reducing costs, increasing productivity, and accelerating cash flow, which in turn, enables in-house staff to increase their efficiency in concentrating on competencies.
- WAOH RECIEVES SUPPORT FROM IPMC
IPMC as part of it’s social responsibility presented a cheque for GH¢1,000 to the World Ambassador of Hope Foundation in May this year. WAOH is a non-governmental, non-profit making organization aimed at tapping hidden potentials in the underprivileged of all kinds in the society, equipping and supporting the poor and needy irrespective of their background, race or colour, as well as encouraging them to rise above the level of mediocrity in order to improve on Ghana’s Human Resources.
- SUPPORT FOR A ONE MILLION BIBLE PROJECT
Dated: 25th October 2010
IPMC has donated an amount of GH¢ 500.00 in responds to a clarion call from the Bible Society of Ghana, to aid in the distribution of free Bibles to JHS pupils. The project is to help young people encounter Christ.
- ICGC RECIEVES SUPPORT FOR A AN EXHIBITION
IPMC has supported the International Central Gospel Church, Abbosey Okai with 3 Deskjet Printers, 10 Headsets, 10 Pendrives and 2 Training Scholarships for its maiden "Ladies, Let's Get Talking with Joy" I.T exhibition program.
In a letter of appreciation to the CEO of IPMC, Mrs. Joy Otabil, the Director of Programmes expressed her gratitude for the generous contribution towards the program emphasising that the support in no small way contributed to the success of the program.
IPMC JOINS WORLD FOOD PROGRAMME's 'END HUNGER' WALK
Dated: 6th June 2011
Walk the World is an annual global event to raise funds and awareness for the United Nations World Food Programme's (WFP) efforts to fight child hunger and malnutrition. To a wide extent Walk the World is dedicated to supporting a number of the UN Millenium Development Goals, and primarily working towards reducing hunger by half by 2015. This year's support was geared towards under primary school feeding program in deprived areas of the country.
IPMC as part of its commitment to supporting such a worthy cause participated in the walk which took off from Golden Tulip to the University of Ghana, Legon.
IPMC & DREAM HUNT PROGRAM. (Empowering the youth (JHS & SHS ) through craft and Skills training)Dated:22nd June 2011
It is said that Children are the future of a nation, yet many children in Ghana today are neglected or grow up under conditions which frustrate them and destroy their potential.
There were about eight (8) JSS and SSS schools in Tema who participated in the event. IPMC as part of its social responsibility to help the young ones has sponsored 2 students with 100 % scholarship and also 10 and 20 % discount were giving for bright students.
Dear Hunt is an NGO that seeks to empower and help people build and develop their personal talents or potentials aside their formal educational career. More than 300 students were attended the program at Apostilic Church in Tema last Saturday 18th June 2011.
IPMC SUPPORTS TESANO DOLPHINS
Dated: 27th June 2011
Tesano Dolphins participated in an international swimming competition held in Germany. Swim Clubs from nine countries participated in this competition. Ghana and Nigeria were the only African countries that submitted clubs to participate. The event which took place from 10th -12th June, 2011 in Arnsberg near Dusseldorf saw Tesano Dolphins come 13th out of 46 swim clubs, win 8 gold medals, 5 silver, 3 bronze and 3 trophies.
IPMC sponsored Tesano Dolphins with a set of track suit for the entire team to Germany.
IPMC CONTINUES IT'S SUPPORT FOR ALIWA
Dated: 27th June 2011
IPMC has made a long-term commitment to support ALIWA with an annual contribution of a minimum amount of $5,000.
Mr. Amar Hari, CEO of IPMC mentions that he is interested in ALIWA, and shares their values which are key.
UABSL APPRECIATES IPMC
Unique Africa Business Solutions Ltd (UABSL) the organizers of Family Praize Concert expressed its heart-felt thanksgiving to IPMC for sponsoring this year’s program.
In a letter to the CEO of IPMC, the Public Relations Officer of UABSL, Marian Wiafe, indicated that he and his members are exceedingly grateful for IPMC honoring their invitation. She also made mention that the purpose for celebrating the family Praize Concert, was to help meet some needs of the inmates of the Accra Psychiatric Hospital.
OUR LADY OF FATIMA CATHOLIC CHURCH, WENCHI PARISH APPRECIATES IPMC
Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church, Wenchi Parish expressed their gratitude and appreciation to IPMC for the prompt response to thier request for computers for Our Lady of Fatima Senior High/Vocational School. IPMC donate One PC, 10 nComputing and 10 Monitors.
In a letter dated 21 November 2011, Very Rev. Fr. Augustine Ansu Damoah, Dean/Parish Priest, mentioned that on behalf of the PTA, the Faithful of the Church and on his own behalf, say Thank You for the support and infact cannot describe their profound gratitude, appreciation and thankfulness to IPMC.
KORLE BU TEACHING HOSPITAL ACKNOWLEDGE RECEIPT OF AN ULTRA SOUND MACHINE FROM IPMC
Dated: 20th November 2011
Prof. S. A. Obed, Head of Department of Korle bu Teaching Hospital, in a letter dated 10th November 2011 acknowledged the receipt of an ultra sound machine, IPMC donated to the department on 9th Nevember 2011.
"By this donation, you are supporting the efforts at rendering high quality reproductive health care to the pregnant women needing diagnostic services in our facility. The machine is therefore a great source of relief to the doctors as well as their clients requiring the service". he stated.
THE CHALLENGE III SALUTES IPMC
Dated: 23rd November 2011
Mr. Moses Anibaba, Director of British Council, organizers of the educational reality TV show, in a letter dated 23rd November 2011 expressed his gratitude and appreciation for the partnership as a sponsor of the Challenge Season III.
"The commitment and support as well as program input by you and your team contributed to the success of this season of the Challenge", he stated.
He further mentioned that The British Council recognises the support and partnership of IPMC, as a sponsor, as being vital to successful implementation of the Challenge; consequently, we ha collaborated actively with you since the show started. Partnership on The Challenge brings the two organisations together sharing the same vision of providing quality human resource for Ghana through education for young people.
KORLE-BU MEDICAL SUB-BMC RECIEVES SUPPORT
Dated: June 2012
The Management of Korle-bu Teaching Hospital and the Medical Sub-BMC in a letter dated January 19, 2012 expressed their profound appreciation to IPMC for the donation of ten (10) door locks to the 4th floor of Medical Block.
The Acting Health Service Administrator, Madam Veronica Addo Donkor further stated that "we assure you that the door locks would be put to a very good use in order to help improve our quality of service delivery to our patients/clients".
"We are also grateful for your commendation of our dedicated and committed staff", she said.
GHANA POLICE SERVICE, NIMA DIVISION, APPRECIATES IPMC
Dated: 21st March 2012
Mr. Timothy Yoosa Bonga, The Asst. Commissioner, Nima Division of Ghana Police Service, on behalf of Nima Divisional Police Command and the Planning Committee of 2011 WASSA, expressed their profound gratitude and appreciation to IPMC for the heartfelt contribution to their 2011 WASSA which took place on 28th February 2011.
In a letter dated 1st March 2012, Mr. Bonga mentioned the immense contribution will go a long way to strengthen the cordial relation between The Ghana Police Service, Nima Division and IPMC.
IPMC SUPPORTS CORPORATE WOMEN
Dated: 21st May 2012
The Christine Churcher Foundation recieved a cheque for GH¢ 1,000 in response to a request for sponsorship on a Confab for Corporate Women.
The Foundation through it's various activities seeks to encourage, inspire, energize, and train women to unlock obstacles to their progress and to unleash their full potential for more meaningful, satisfying, fulfilling and successful life and to make maximum contribution to the development of society.
The Foundation which had it's maiden Confab in November last year expects about 200 participants with diverse backgrounds in corporate life - Agriculture, Extraction, Commerce, Banking/Insurance, Medical professionals and Judiciary from both private and public sectors etc.