OSIL -  IMPROVING THE QUALITY OF LIFE

OSIL believes that the primary purpose of business is to improve the quality of life of people. OSIL volunteers its resources to sustain & improve a healthy & prosperous Environment & shoulders its community initiatives as a part of its social responsibilities.

OSIL has set up a modern township at Palaspanga with the finest municipal & civic amenity, schools, hospitals, sports, complex, parks & gardens etc.

COMMUNITY SERVICE  THROUGH  OSIL-TRFI COMMUNITY SERVICES
 “TARGET – 30 VILLAGES IN THE SURROUNDING AREA”

RURAL HEALTH CARE PROGRAMMES
         
• Mobility support for universal immunization.
•
 Trained 158 ladies for health consciousness along with Health
Education Books.
• Providing each Anganwadi centre with a replenish able fund for emergency tre
atment of pregnancy.
•
 Distribution of medicines & ORS packets during diorrhoea seasons.

    • Medicines and diet to tackle malnutrition in babies.

    • Supply of nutrition to underweight children aged 6 months to 2 years – currently above 350 nos.
    •
 Dew
orming of children above 10 months.

Village Health Camps
• In 2004-05 – 11 camps were conducted to treat 3431 patients.
• 3 exclusi
ve Malaria Camps were also conducted.

Support to Primary Education
• Financial Assistance for universal education.
• Material assistance for repair of 6 primary school buildings.
• Financial support for sanitation and hygiene facilities in 20 schools.

     AGRICULTURE PROMOTION  PROGRAMMES   

Method: Ensure the participation of people and provide support to Govt. field agencies for better implementation of programmes.

High yielding paddy crop
   

    Year    -    Area covered in acres    -    No. of beneficiaries    -    Support provided
   
 2004-05        6800                                3066                            230 Qtl.seeds on subsidized rate
 2005-06        7100                                3145                            180 Qtl seeds on subsidized rate

Non-Paddy Crops

 
2004-05        360                                  615                              Supply of Seeds at
 2005-06        372                                  646                              Subsidized rate

Vegetables

 
2004-05        546                                  1012                            Supply of Seeds
                                                                                                  and pesticides & Technical 
 2005-06        580                                  1120                            support

Horticultural Plantation

    Year     -     No. of Mango Plants     

 
2004-05        2000                        Plants are supplied at      
 2005-06        1200                        subsidized rate and training

Farmers’ Training Camps

    Year    -    No. of camps    -    No. of participants

 2004-05        4                        240

 2005-06        2                        180


Diary Development

Promoted  own diary cooperatives and provided financial support for purchasing of 42 nos. milching cow to 42 beneficiaries.

Infrastructure Support Programme

    1. Improved 7 villages link roads.
    2. Supported for renovation of 2 ponds.
    3. Provided pipes and spare parts for repair of 68 tube wells together with Support to SEMs  (Self-emp
loyed
        mechanics).

    4. Provided chemicals for disinfect ion of ponds and dug wells.

    5. Provided 250 concrete rings for soak pit cum-recharge well.

    6. Self Help Groups: Promoted 43 self Help groups with 582 members in 14 villages.


NON-CONVENTIONAL ENERGY

Provided support for installation of 92 biogas plants in 12 villages.

ARTISAN TRAINING

Trained 160 girls on carpet weaving for self-employment in 2 batches.



 

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