Sterling and Wilson Renewable Energy Organization is committed to serving the community at large. We have been associated with Nirmaya Health Foundation to support a cause. We have taken up the cause to improve the health status of adolescent girls through early detection and management of Iron Deficiency Anemia. We are also promoting positive health seeking behavior among adolescent girls and their families. To improve the knowledge of community stakeholders about Iron Deficiency anemia.
We distributed Nutritional kits and launched a book called “Maitricha Katta” which mentions the importance of nutritional food.
Impact:Adolescent girls between 11 to 19 years of age. We have catered to 2000 girls.
In February 2020 our NGO partner Nirmaya organised Kishori Mela under our Anemia Reduction Program wherein 150 adolescent girls (beneficiaries of our program) took part in a cooking competition and prepared nutritious meals. Winners were selected by nutritionists from Nirmala Niketan College and our 3 employees volunteered in the mela.
Impact: Our efforts were appreciated by the community leaders and the ICDS staff. This continued support from Sterling Wilson Solar for Anemia Reduction Program was recognised by industry leaders.
S&W carried out an Annual Health Check-up Camp in Almasole and Lagadori villages near Kolkata.
Impact: 250 villagers got an assessment of their health, with a complete body check-up including ENT and blood check-up. In case of identification of any disease, preliminary medicines were provided.
Since 2015, S&W has been providing financial support to Vinoba Bhave Civil Hospital for conducting periodic medical health check-up camps for nearby villages and has made medicines available for Leprosy patients and dialysis facility for kidney patients.
Impact: Over 250 underprivileged dialysis patients received free treatment. Periodical medical check-up & free medicine distribution camps organised for the villagers.
S&W contributed towards the installation of a 44kW solar roof panel and diesel generator set at Masina Hospital, Byculla. Existing aluminium cables were replaced with copper cables. SWPL also provided maintenance-free chemical earthing and connection to the existing earth-grid for the strengthening of the cables.
Impact: The solar plant now helps the hospital in both saving energy costs, as well as providing uninterrupted power supply, especially in the summer.