Kiran Gems Pvt Ltd., the World’s Largest Manufacturer of Diamonds, first time has joined hands with Smile Foundation in an endeavor to provide quality education to underprivileged children through the Mission Education program. The partnership began with Education Support of 100 Girl child on a Pan India level. Kiran will take care of full education requirements and nutrition of these girl children for the whole coming academic session.
The company keeps “Education” and “Health care” in top priority among its other ongoing social initiatives which run on a regular basis. With this initiative Kiran has stepped forward to expand its Girl’s education program to Pan India level. The company reasons its support for female education with the fact that they are the first ones to get affected in the challenging social set up. Also, if a female is educated in a family, then it affects the family in the most positive light.
In addition to this, Kiran Gems runs multiple other programs directed towards the same cause. The Director of the company, Mr Dinesh Lakhani said “It is our small start towards addressing the ‘Female Education program’ at pan India Level with Smile foundation. We look forward to support more candidates under the ambit of this program in the future.”
Kiran Gems is a global company with offices in Mumbai, Antwerp, Dubai, HK, New York, Shanghai and Shenzhen. It is a supplier of loose and certified diamonds to the best known jewellery retailers, diamond jewellery manufacturers, watch manufacturers and brands globally.
Smile Foundation is a national level development organization reaching out to more than 300,000 underprivileged children, youth and women directly every year through 172 welfare projects on subjects such as education, health care, youth employability, and women empowerment across 25 states of India.
Mission Education is a national level program which provides basic education and health care to underprivileged children, eventually facilitating with the belief that whether you are addressing health care, poverty, population control, unemployment or human rights, there's no better place to start than in the corridors of education. More than 200,000 children have directly benefited from the Mission Education program so far.