Along with implementing partner ASED (Association for Social and Environmental Development), Cargill got constructed the new classrooms that will accommodate more than 300 new students over two years.
It is also contributing to the school's food programme by building a kitchen and providing nutritional supplements to all children.
Overall, this initiative will touch the lives of nearly 1,500 persons by providing improved access to education and vocational training for children.
Singh appreciated the efforts of the foundation and the company and exhorted other companies and organisations to come forward to contribute in the education sector under the Corporate Social Responsibility initiative.
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