Corporate Social Responsibility

Primary Education (Mission Education Project)

New Holland Agriculture aims to promote and catalyze universal education among underprivileged children in rural/semi urban areas, create a process to embrace these children into mainstream in a sustained manner, strengthen their abilities to cope up with the formal education system, facilitate them to emerge as productive assets and set the foundation for nation building.

With this objective, the Mission Education (ME) project has been operationalized from 1st January 2016 with Nai Disha Free Education Society in sector 29, NOIDA in partnership with SMILE Foundation. The centre is a non-formal centre conducting regular organized educational activity outside the established formal system catering to underprivileged children. The activities at the center are designed to adhere to the course curriculum of the National Institute of Open Schooling (NIOS).

The project is catering to education of 200 children in the age bracket of 4 to 14 years covering a total of 94 female and 106 male beneficiaries enrolled in the academic grades ranging from Class I to III. The centre is operational six days a week (Monday to Saturday) and planned classroom timings are 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. for Class II to III and 1:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. for Class I.


Medical Ambulance Project

Primary Healthcare is one of the utmost necessities for everyone. Still, there is a lack of access to Primary Healthcare facilities in many rural areas in India or if it is there it is expensive. To alleviate the need in the needy segment, New Holland Agriculture wishes to provide primary healthcare facility to the rural community through a mobile ambulance. This way it can reach masses and at their doorstep.

With this aim, Medical Ambulance services have been started in Greater Noida Area from Monday to Friday with the objective of providing primary health care services to underprivileged in the identified slums / villages of Greater Noida, promote preventive measures to improve health seeking behaviour, develop linkages with nearby Government Health Institution / Private clinics / Nursing homes / Health Centres for referral services.

The ambulance is equipped with first aid kits, Preliminary diagnostic kits and basic medicines along with a Doctor, Nurse/Lab Technician and Ambulance Driver. So far 4500 patients have been benefitted by the ambulance from March 2016 to May 2016.



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Rain Water Harvesting Project

In our continuous endeavor to contribute to the society and bring a difference in the lives of community, New Holland Agriculture inaugurated its first project on ‘Rain Water Harvesting’ at Gautam Buddha Balak Inter College in Greater Noida. The company has collaborated with Indian Society of Agribusiness Professionals (ISAP) to implement this project in partnership with Oerlikon Graziano. The project was inaugurated at the school premises on 20th December 2016 in presence of senior officials from CNH Industrial, Oerlikon Graziano, ISAP and students & teachers from the school.

Under this project, company has helped in construction of 11 groundwater recharge pits for harvesting the rainwater. The collected water will be used for irrigating the playground and green areas in the school. Besides, company has also installed 16 UV units, 2 water coolers and RO water purification units in the school to provide safe & hygienic drinking water for the students.


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Skill Development Project for Rural Youth

New Holland Agriculture has collaborated with Indian Society of Agribusiness Professionals (ISAP) for a Skill Development Program for Tractor Operators and Mechanics in the states of Karnataka and Maharashtra. Through this project, the company wants to prepare rural youth for improved livelihoods by making them skilled and employable in the domains of tractor operator and tractor mechanic.
In total, the program will train 160 youth, which includes 80 trainees in each state and provide placement/self-employment to minimum 50% of the trained rural youth. Candidates who attend the skill-training program can find employment in service departments of farm machine dealers, wholesalers, and manufacturers, or independent repair and maintenance workshops. They can also set up their own businesses for tractor repair.


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