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With the lives of millions of people being transformed as a direct impact of their core business, how do Pharma companies differentiate their business objectives from social objectives?
Samhita’s Priya Naik and Zitin Munshi are featured in this article which outlines the different approaches to CSR by the pharmaceutical industry.
New generation philanthropists have now scaled up their giving and have sought to plug inefficiency gaps in existing efforts to address social problems.
A significant development in the newer clarifications assert that a wider range of companies will now be covered under the ambit of the CSR law. There is also more flexibility with the range of initiatives that can be taken up as part of Schedule VII as the Ministry has called for a liberal interpretation of the cause areas listed in the Schedule.