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Atlas Copco India Ltd

Corporate Social Responsibilities

Corporate Social Responsibilities
Water for All is run on a voluntary basis by employees within the Atlas Copco Group and the Epiroc Group. The basis for our funding comes from voluntary employee donations, which are matched two times by either company. 100% of this money goes to funding projects that give people in need access to clean drinking water, sanitation and hygiene. The actual projects are carried out by partnering NGOs with expertise in water and with local staff in the project country.

Water for All is the Atlas Copco Group’s main community engagement initiative. Through the dedicated and passionate work of volunteering employees, Water for All funds projects which empower people through access to clean drinking water, sanitation and hygiene. Since 1984 we have reached more than 2 million people worldwide.

Water for All is very close to the hearts of our employees. It was founded in Sweden in 1984 by Atlas Copco employees Peter Håkansson and Torgny Rogert and has continued to spread across the world ever since. At the center lies the strong belief that clean water is a human right and all voluntary employee donations to this cause are matched by twice the amount by the company. The received funds are used to support projects which give people in need access to clean drinking water and improved facilities for sanitation and hygiene.
Project Jaldoot

Water for All’s Jaldoot project in the state of Maharashtra in India has been undertaken in cooperation with partner organization Sevavardhini. The Hindi word ‘Jaldoot’ literally means ‘water messenger’.

The project revolved around a number of villages in Maharashtra. This semi-arid region is drought-prone and has seen a number of tragic farmer suicides in the past years, due to recurrent low rainfall. These have also resulted in the depletion of ground water, which is the major source of water, especially for drinking. Water for All India took on the challenge to make a difference to the community, identifying more than 27 villages, with a total population of around 50,000 people. Provision of drinking water is the project’s main deliverable but also to initiate and foster community-developed water resource development and conservation plans. This is meant to help reduce over-dependency on the monsoon for agriculture, which is the region’s main source of employment and income. In concrete output 30 practical interventions have been done, such as repairing or preparation of bunds and different kinds of water harvesting methods. The project started in September 2015 and ended in June 2017. It was implemented in honor of Sune Carlsson, Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Atlas Copco Group between 2003 and 2014.
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