NSDL and SBI Foundation join hands for Project Sanjeevani
NSDL – To assist the underserved populations, the idea is being recommended for implementation across the nation.
Hyderabad/Mumbai, December 21, 2022: National Securities Depository Limited (NSDL), India’s first securities depository, and SBI Foundation have partnered on “Project Sanjeevani,” a mobile medical unit commonly known as a “Clinic-on-Wheels” that would provide healthcare to the most underserved populations. The partnership will deliver primary, preventive, diagnostic, curative, and referral healthcare right to people’s doorsteps in underserved and underserved communities across the nation.
At NSDL in Mumbai, the Agreement was signed and exchanged in the presence of Ms. Padmaja Chunduru, MD & CEO of NSDL, Mr. Samar Banwat, Executive Director of NSDL, Mr. Pramit Sen, Vice President of NSDL, Mr. Chandresh Shah, Vice President of NSDL, Mr. Sanjay Prakash, MD & CEO of SBI Foundation, Mr. Lalit Mohan, President & COO of (CFO & Chief Administration, SBI Foundation).
The MD & CEO of NSDL, Ms. Padmaja Chunduru, stated, “Having a good health care system is one of the primary requirements of any society, on this occasion. For this “Project Sanjeevani – Clinic-on-Wheels,” we are pleased to collaborate with the SBI Foundation, a well regarded and reliable organisation. The project is an innovative effort that will offer health care services and guarantee community wellbeing, especially in areas where access to basic and primary health care services is limited.
“Project Sanjeevani is one of our core CSR projects for providing primary health care services to individuals in underserved areas using mobile medical units, or clinic on wheels,” said Mr. Sanjay Prakash (MD & CEO, SBI Foundation). The fact that NSDL has partnered with us to carry out this initiative throughout the strategically chosen sites in India fills me with joy. We are confident that this partnership will help us in the near future to realise the bigger objective of providing health services to everyone.