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We continue to empower children within communities, encouraging them to pursue education with holistic learning. We have launched a first-of-its-kind ‘Free Breakfast Scheme’ for nearly 9,100 children of 66 government-run schools around our manufacturing facilities in Hyderabad and Visakhapatnam, partnering with the Akshaya Patra Foundation.

We have served nearly 557,000 breakfast meals up to March 2020, when the scheme had to be suspended on account of the COVID-19 lockdown when schools closed down.

As schools remained closed during the pandemic, we have distributed 'Happiness Boxes’ to students through their teaching / support staff. The Happiness Boxes contained nutrition, education and hygiene components. We distributed 32,000 Happiness Boxes during the year.

When government schools in Telangana cautiously reopened for a brief period in early 2021, we have distributed over 16,500 ‘Swasth Saala’ (sanitisation) kits comprising non-invasive thermometers, solution dispensers, face-masks, water bottles, gloves and caps at 110 government schools of Medchal-Malkajgiri District, to help children follow adequate safety precautions.

We are funding the construction of infrastructure for government schools, aiding the construction of additional classrooms, kitchens, dining halls, toilets, etc. It also provides trained teachers to improve the quality of education of underprivileged students.

₹ 20 million

Spent on promoting education in FY 2020-21


Students impacted in FY 2020-21


Gland Fosun Foundation drew up an MoU with the renowned LVPEI to set up a dedicated ‘Centre for Elderly Eye Care’ at Hyderabad. The Centre will provide diagnostic and treatment services to the under privileged. Over the next three years, it will also provide surgical services to at least 3,500 people, as well as house-to-house screening services for 5,000 senior citizens.

During the year, we helped LVPEI to procure PPE kits, gloves, masks, face-shields and sanitation supplies for their frontline health workers across 180 Eye Care Vision Centres in Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Odisha and Karnataka.

We have contributed to Lions Eye Hospital (Moula Ali, Hyderabad), to help them set up a ‘Modular Operation Theatre’ in their new surgical wing.

We drew up an MoU with a healthcare provider to provide a ‘Comprehensive Health Plan’ for about 2,000 socio-economically weak children from 26 government schools and orphanages in Hyderabad, to help them grow and develop. After being screened through diagnostic tests, the children were counselled by health professionals on nutritional aspects and treated with suitable supplements.


surgical services to be provided in next 3 years three years


Eye Care Vision Centres supported with medical equipment


socio-economically weak children will be empowered with MoU with a healthcare provide

Livelihood Development

We have contributed to:

  • The construction of a ‘Vocational Training Centre-cum-Residential Block’ for the inmates of Swayamkrushi, a Hyderabad-based NGO which shelters mentally challenged women and addresses their special needs through therapeutic services, music, yoga, speech and physiotherapy
  • The procurement and installation of jute bag-making machines for the vocational training of the inmates of Swayamkrushi.
  • 100 sewing machines given to underprivileged women in Narsapur, Telangana.

Community Development

We have contributed to a ‘Community Cattle Centre’ at Siddipet, Telangana. Serving as a ‘cattle hostel’, the centre pools milch cattle from farmers of surrounding villages. With proper nurturing / medical facilities for the cattle, the centre empowers dairy farmers to supply milk to nearby procurement agencies and explore better opportunities for increasing their income. It also improves sanitation in villages and converts animal dung into manure and vermicompost.

Our funding support was provided to build:

  • a compound wall around the campus
  • a shed for delivery/birthing and treatment of sick animals
  • feeding channels, drinking water bowls, internal/external drains
  • a clinic-cum-training hall-cum-cooperative store
  • 10 mini-sheds to keep farmers’ belongings
  • two staff quarters, one security room and one milk collection room
  • a 25,000-litre overhead tank

Our funds have also been used to procure:

  • a feed-chopper
  • a dung-log making unit
  • a khova-making machine
  • dung-collection trolleys
  • CCTV cameras and music system
  • 4 heavy-duty cleaning machines
  • 15 solar lights.

Environment / Wildlife Conservation

Contribution to Zoological Parks and Wildlife Sanctuaries

We have contributed ₹ 20 lakh to Nehru Zoological Park (Hyderabad) for adoption of 27 animals and birds including tigers, lions, giraffes and rhinoceros.

₹ 20 Lakh

for adoption of 27 animals

Covid-Relief Efforts

The unforeseen countrywide lockdown induced by the COVID-19 pandemic in early 2020 traumatised innumerable slum-dwellers and daily-wage earners by forcing them out of work, leaving them clueless as to when and where they would get their next meal. During those extremely difficult times, Gland Pharma distributed thousands of ‘dry ration’ bags, each containing packets of rice, dal, sugar, oil, potatoes, onions, tamarind, etc. The Company also served cooked food to thousands of migrant workers and other underprivileged residents of slums and villages. We have also provided N-95 face masks to doctors, hospital staff, healthcare workers and police personnel battling COVID-19 at great risk to themselves, as well as to students and other sections of the public. Gland Pharma also handed over 22,400 grocery packets to the underprivileged and underserved.


grocery packets distributed to the underprivileged