American automobile manufacturer Ford has witnessed loads of success in India with its recent products. They have also decided to provide a helping hand to the needy in India. The manufacturer has launched several initiatives in India.
Ford India has launched a Happy School program as part of their social responsibility. Their goal is to bridge the gap in education by providing decent primary education. Nigel Harris and Balasundaram Radhakrishnan made the announcement at CSI High School, Melrosapuram, Chennai.
Nigel Harris, Ford India, President expressed, "Ford Global Week of Caring is a great example of how Ford and its employees are going further to improve the quality of life for people in the communities where we live and work, Ford employees embrace the company's legacy of caring for and giving back to the community."
He further added, "With education playing a key role in our vision of a Better World, we could not have picked a better day than Teachers Day and a better occasion than Global Week of Caring to launch the program in Chennai."
The Happy Schools Program is part of Ford's 2014 Global Week of Caring. This is the ninth edition of the Global Week of Caring in India. Ford have began this program in the six continents it operates in.
The automobile manufacturer will implement their program in 21 government aided primary schools. All the schools are in the vicinity of their facility in Chennai and the same will be followed in Gujarat and Haryana. They will partner with certain NGO's working towards a common goal.
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