BBIN’s charity arm, TGB Charity, has donated $60,000 to a project to promote understanding of health and sanitary knowledge in India.
TGB Charity is working with SAATH and Unipads to host more than 100 workshops in the campuses in Gujarat, where children will learn about good health practices. Also, 12,000 reusable sanitary pads will be given away on site to girls.
As a leading iGaming software supplier in Asia, BBIN has been working with non-profit organizations to raise the public awareness towards charity through fun and meaningful activities. Education is one of the major topics that TGB Charity values highly.
TGB Charity is hoping the promotion of health and sanitary education will decrease the chance of girls dropping out.
SAATH, a non-profit organization in India, has been contributing to children’s rights to education and lives; meanwhile, they provide residents health care, employment consultancy and skills impartation. Unipads, a reusable sanitary pads company, focuses on corporate social responsibility — providing women job opportunities and improving their quality of life, and empowering the rural areas with health education in knowledge and resources.
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