In Talk with Mr. B.V. Suresh, Head of CSR, Cadila Pharmaceuticals

By auther pic. CSRBOX

February 12, 2020

In an exclusive interview with CSRBOX, Mr. B.V. Suresh talks about Cadila’s CSR initiatives and his role; key flagship initiatives; Cadila’s unique CSR initiative ‘Matruvandana’; role of businesses in achieving SDGs; Key challenges in reaching a common ground while working with NGOs; sheds light on some of the strategies to improve the access to education and health in rural communities and much more.


About Mr. B.V. Suresh, Head of CSR, Cadila Pharmaceuticals

Mr. BV Suresh heads the Corporate Social Responsibility at Cadila Pharmaceuticals. Having pursued Associate Chartered Accountant from The Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, Mr Suresh has over 35 years of experience in Banking Relationship, Financial & Forex Services, Business Development, CorporateGovernance & Compliance Management, Internal Audit - Banking, Financial Services and Pharmaceuticals Industries.Cadila Pharmaceuticals Ltd. is one of the largest privately-held pharmaceutical companies in India. Over the past six decades, they have been developing and manufacturing affordable medicines for patients around the world.Cadila undertakes many CSR activities in the larger interest of the community, and especially in the area of health, education, rural development, women empowerment and environment.With a sustainable development-centric approach, Cadila always ensure active participation of all stakeholders in gaps identification, programme planning and execution as well.


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