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HCL Foundation

HCL Foundation was established in 2011 as the corporate social responsibility arm of HCL, a diversified global enterprise active across varied sectors including technology, healthcare and talent management.
The foundation aims to alleviate poverty and achieve inclusive community growth and development. Active community engagement ensures optimal long-term investments in education, health, livelihoods and environment, as well as providing disaster response and rehabilitation support.

Flagship Programs

HCL Samuday

HCL Samuday

HCL Grant

HCL Grant

Power of One

Power of One

HCL Uday

HCL Uday

About HCL Samuday

HCL Samuday, a flagship program of HCL Foundation, is an outcome of HCL’s commitment to uplift rural India.

Established in 2015, Samuday intends to develop a sustainable, scalable, and replicable model – a source code for economic and social development of rural areas in partnership with central and State Governments, local communities, NGOs, knowledge institutions and allied partners. We do this through optimal interventions across Agriculture, Education, Health, Infrastructure, Livelihood, and WASH (Water, Sanitation & Hygiene) in selected villages.

The program is designed to help the local people identify their problems, co-create solutions, and then implement the same on their own with professional support from team Samuday, thereby, lending the dimension of sustainability and ownership to the vision of development.

Currently implemented in three blocks – Kachhauna, Behender and Kothawan – in Uttar Pradesh, HCL Samuday is operational in 765 villages from 164 Gram Panchayats, comprising of 90,000 households and impacting around 600,000 people.

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