AAK Kamani, the country’s leading manufacturer of specialty oils and fats, has donated an ambulance and a waste collection van to group gram panchayat Honad, along with Water Purification Plants based on RO technology to Honad and ChinchawaliGohe.

AAK India launched the CSR programme under umbrella of Pragati and is an attempt towards Making Better Communities Happen. The company is committed to UNDP Sustainable Development Goals and working on gaps in the communities around Khopoli, near Mumbai. The focus areas are Women Empowerment, Clean Water and Sanitation, Health and Nutrition including medical infrastructure and Green Energy.

The company donates an ambulance, Waste Collection Van and 2 Water Purification projects to build healthy Khopoli.

The handover was done by members of AAK India leadership team.

Sten Estrup, president – Asia, at AAK, said: “Over the last two years, through our CSR initiative – Making Better Communities Happen, our endeavour has been to contribute towards the communities around us and create positive impact. We have strived to contribute this year through an ambulance, waste collection van and RO water purifiers. We are committed towards our goal to continue making better