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Dabur helps Government Schools in Udham Singh Nagar, Uttarakhand ready and COVID-safe


Dabur helps Government Schools in Udham Singh Nagar, Uttarakhand ready and COVID-safe

Dabur India Ltd has joined hands with the Uttarakhand Government to make Government Schools in Udham Singh Nagar ready and COVID-safe to welcome children once the COVID-induced lockdown is lifted. As part of this initiative, Dabur is distributing portable battery-operated sanitizing machines, Sodium Hypochlorite Disinfectant solution and specially prepared face masks in fifteen Government schools.

This special sanitation kit was distributed to the school principals by District Magistrate Ms. Ranjana Rajguru at a special function held in Rudrapur, Uttarakhand. These 15 schools cover two blocks of Gadarpur and Rudrapur in Udham Singh Nagar district of Uttarakhand. These sanitation kits would be used to sanitise the schools and disinfect the surface area when the schools open their gates to welcome back the students.

On behalf of the entire Dabur family, we would like to wish all the students good health and safety. We are confident that together, we will be able to fight and defeat this virus. In these trying times, it is important to be prepared as we get back to restarting our education system. At Dabur, we have always believed in providing a safe and engaging environment for our little ones to focus on their educational pursuits. This initiative is a step forward in this direction. We would also like to take this opportunity to thank the District Magistrate Ms. Ranjana Rajguru and the parents of our students for sending their children back to school,” Dabur India Ltd CSR Head Mr. A Sudhakar said.

The District Magistrate lauded the efforts of Dabur India Limited in helping improve the education infrastructure in Government Schools and the initiative taken to make the schools COVID safe.


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