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JSW Cement has contemplated a holistic, integrated and sustainable approach to cater to the needs of the communities. It has developed through a participatory approach at all levels. Stakeholders’ involvement, transparency and convergence have been used as essential tools during this process. The underpinning of all these efforts is to build a good rapport and trust- based relationships with nearby communities and other stakeholders such as Govt. & Non-Govt. Agencies. This relationship-building has helped in devising long term transformative programs across a range of intervention areas. To get better acceptance of the programs, JSW Cement has tried to prioritize the needs and started intervening in need-based projects by involving stakeholders strategically. These steps help the nearby communities to get adequate community resources, which in the end, will make them self-sufficient. Our activities are aligned to make them self-dependent and develop a sense of ownership of these projects for further maintenance, which makes the project sustainable and impactful. The needs of the community identified, understood and segregated are under 5 Thematic Heads:

  • Livelihoods
  • Education
  • Health
  • Rural Development
  • Sanitation

Rural Women Trained in Phenyl making

Mobile and Special Health Care Camps

200 m CC Road in Bilakalgudur

Digital Classes for 2500 Students

Solid Waste Management in Schools

Rural Women Trained in Phenyl making
Mobile and Special Health Care Camps
200 m CC Road in Bilakalgudur
Digital Classes for 2500 Students
Solid Waste Management in Schools


To train 250 rural women and ensure they earn Rs.5000/ month for their livelihood
9 awareness sessions on livelihoods.
Training in tailoring, making jute products and Acid Phenyl production.
Organized 3 Jute product exhibitions at the district headquarters.
Provided capacity-building to 70 self-help groups.
Trained 238 women from the age group of 19 to 20 years and a total of 535 women have been benefited as they earn Rs. 7000 to 9000 per month
160 SHG members availed a loan of ₹24 Lakhs from the governmentt to improve their standard of living


Provide means of livelihood through sustainable farming and non-farming practices
Financial inclusivity and liaisoning with govt agencies led to a better impact. 
Building strength and empowering women through self-help groups
Provided training and capacity building on improved agriculture practices for 300 farmers.
Provided land treatment and handholding support to farmers for better production.
Converting barren and mono-crop land to multi-crop land. 
Better market reach to get fair prices of the agricultural products. 
Liaison with banks for credit linkage and convergence with govt schemes.
Training for livestock rearing for SHG members.
Training in phenyl and sal leaf plate making capacity.
Building training for SHGs and establishing credit linkage.
Farmers’ income increased from ₹ 96000 p.a. to ₹124560 p.a.
Yield increased by 24% compared to FY’19.
The area of cultivable land expanded from 318 acres to 467 acres. 
Fifty-six acres of mono-crop land converted to multi-crop through the integrated farming model.
Paddy yield improved from 18 quintals to 24 quintals/acre. 295 farmers benefited from schemes like KCC, Livestock Insurance Scheme, Krishak Bandhu, KVK, etc. 
74 members have been trained for livestock rearing.
60 women are engaged in phenyl, liquid soap and sal leaf plate making business.
11 SHGs have got a loan of ₹18.80 Lakhs and invested in various income generation initiatives. 
A total of 34 SHGs comprising 358 women have merged with the State Anandadhara Project to avail support and various benefits


Women’s economic empowerment through capacity building
16 awareness sessions on livelihood.
Trained 60 women in tailoring
Provided training on mushroom cultivation to about 76 women in association with the govt.
Established linkages with the govt for financial support to various groups
Formed 23 SHGs and received a loan of ₹3 lakhs from the government
Mushroom cultivation has led to villagers earning ₹7000/- every month