As a natural complement to our efforts in education and skill development, Engro Foundation is committed to making investments directly into the income-generating capacity of our stakeholders.

strategic community investment

Community investment (CI) refers to a company’s long-term strategic involvement in community partnerships to address social issues chosen by the company to protect corporate interests and enhance reputation. Strategic CI encompasses five elements that reinforce one another: strategy, internal and external alignment, multi-stakeholder partnerships, sustainability, and results measurement. The goal is to create lasting improvements in the quality of life for local communities, which in turn generate business value for the company in the form of broad community support, reputational benefits, risk reduction, productivity gains, and/or competitive advantage.

weld- women empowerment through livestock development

weld- women empowerment through livestock development

WELD, the flagship project of Engro Foods started in collaboration with USAID, was targeted towards the dairy value chain by enhancing livestock management, milk collection and entrepreneurship skills of female of the rural area of seven districts in upper Sindh...

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ttc

ttc

Continuing with the philosophy of inclusive business, in 2011 Engro took the lead in the development of state of the art Technical Training College (TTC) in Daharki, the place where Engro Fertilizer’s manufacturing plant is located. Engro partnered with the...

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spirit

spirit

The project is supported by the TVET Reform Support Programme, which is co-funded by the European Union, the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, the Royal Norwegian Embassy and the Federal Republic of Germany and being implemented by the...

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