“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.”
Dharma Dexa operates by harnessing the extensive capabilities, infrastructure, and relationships of the entire Dexa Group, focusing its sustainability efforts on the following UN Sustainable Development Goals:
Dharma Dexa’s work is channeled through two key, over-arching programmes:
Improving public health
Dexa Group uses its digital platforms to engage the public on issues of health, communicating responsible, accurate information about healthy living.
The company uses its infrastructure and reach to support, service, and educate pregnant women — enabling them to better understand and handle the entire journey of childbirth. A similar initiative helps diabetics manage their lifestyle and communicate with their doctors.
Further, Dexa Group routinely organised, promotes, and conducts large-scale blood donation drives, vaccination drives, eye screening tests, and other initiatives of public health concern.
Family of free apps to build knowledge on health issues
Free apps for diabetics and close friends to manage a diabetic lifestyle
family of free apps for pregnancy management and other women’s health issues
Improving Quality of Life
It is our core belief that education is the key to a better life. We help educate individuals in order to reduce societal poverty and improve societal health standards, thereby making a big impact on the overall quality of life.
We offer prestigious merit-based scholarships for our employees’ children, as well as financial awards and scholarships for undergraduate and graduate students. Apart from this, Dexa Group regularly offers students internship programs and science competitions, nurturing those of excellent academic aptitude but limited means. Similarly, Dexa spends considerable effort training science teachers through sharing of knowledge acquired through our research.
We are also committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all genders.
supported since 2006, for about 100,000 children per year
programmes for employees to share their skills with schools
programmes to train children to respond to emergencies
people given health education in 2018
scholarships given to children
of all production site positions occupied by women