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Part III: Corporate Social Responsibility in India

By ENN on 12 June 2017

Dr Charulatha Banerjee, ENN’s Asia Regional Knowledge Management Specialist caught up with Sonali Patnaik, Director of Arupa Mission Research Foundation, to learn more about the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) law in India including how this has the potential to impact on nutrition programming and spending in the country. 

They discuss the scale of CSR in India, the role of civil society organisations, governments and corporate houses, and how the current approach can be made more effective and impactful.

Read the transcript of this interview here.

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