Changing the lives of thousands of boys and girls WILL YOU SUPPORT US?
TUBACEX is launching its first community social action in favor of children, to promote education through the access to Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) in 1,257 schools in Palghar (India).
This program, developed in cooperation with UNICEF, intends to become a participatory program, whereby all employees, clients, suppliers and in sum, all TUBACEX stakeholders may join to deliver a program built by and for everyone.
The action plan kicked off in March with the implementation of coordination levels among the stakeholders involved in the district to align this program with the Indian Government national campaign «Clean India; Clean Schools».
In forthcoming months, safe healthy school environments will be promoted, boosting good practices with the commissioning of drinking water, toilet and access to soap installations in school premises, among other actions. To achieve this, a first review of WASH installations will be carried out in over 1,200 schools outreaching 116,000 boys and girls who will benefit from it to make the most of their educational potential.
How to take part in the project
TUBACEX has launched a participatory collaboration model based on voluntary donations. The company has created the «solidarity salary» initiative at internal level whereby all participants can support the program regularly or on a one-off basis, by donating the selected amount from their salary and TUBACEX will match the global amount of those contributions. The first phase of this campaign has been introduced in Spain and will gradually expand to the other business units which make up the company.
Furthermore, an application to channel donations via Internet has been created to widen the scope of participation to other stakeholders. TUBACEX is also maintaining its commitment through this channel, contributing in the same proportion collected via Internet. The application is available on www.tubacex.com/unicef where donations can be made using PayPal and bank transfer.
How the WASH program impact community progress