Glenmark Nutrition Awards 2024 recognises organisations combatting malnutrition in India

With over 300 entries from 110+ districts, the awards celebrate innovative projects crucial for enhancing national nutrition indicators

Glenmark Foundation, the Corporate Social Responsibility arm of Glenmark Pharmaceuticals Ltd., in partnership with Idobro and Impact4Nutrition (incubated by UNICEF), announced the conclusion of the fourth edition of The Glenmark Nutrition Awards in Mumbai. This year’s awards were aimed at recognising those organisations that are playing a major role in combating malnutrition in aspirational districts in India. The awards received an overwhelming response with over 300 entries from more than 110 districts across the country.

The winners of the Glenmark Nutrition Awards 2024 are:

NGO Category: Ekam Foundation, Virudhnagar, Tamil Nadu, stood out for its dedicated efforts to ensure quality healthcare for underprivileged children and mothers in India.

Open Category: RevolutionAIze Private Limited, Khandwa, Madhya Pradesh, has transformed child nutrition with MAAP (Malnutrition Assessment and Action Plan), a pioneering AI solution that offers personalized meal plans for early intervention.

Both organisations have been awarded a grant of INR 2,00,000 (Rupees Two lakhs) each to further their transformative projects in their respective aspirational districts.

At the occasion, Cheryl Pinto, Executive Director – Corporate Services, Glenmark Pharmaceuticals Ltd. said, “This prestigious accolade serves as a tribute to honour the organisations tirelessly working towards combating malnutrition and promoting impactful interventions in the Aspirational Districts across the country. By acknowledging and celebrating their efforts, Glenmark aims to elevate the dialogue surrounding malnutrition, fostering greater awareness and action towards building a healthier future for all.”

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