Corporate Citizenship in India

Accenture's Corporate Citizenship in India applies our understanding of technology to create a more inclusive society offering opportunities to more people.

Accenture stands in solidarity with India

We are working relentlessly with our NGO partners to help our communities overcome challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Our relief measures which are spread across 18 states in India follow the below three priorities:

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Rekha's gratitude journal

Helping our communities combat COVID-19
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Corporate Citizenship report 2020

Building a future of shared success

WeAct to change lives

We're continually finding new ways of building a more inclusive world where everyone can thrive. Enabling rural women to live better lives through our WeAcT initiative is one way we are doing that.

Launched in collaboration with the Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India, the platform provides members access to resources, connects them with marketplaces and peers, and helps them expand their enterprises. Whether it’s building their presence on e-commerce sites or facilitating virtual buyer-seller meets, WeAcT is empowering women to tap the opportunities digital brings.

Making a tangible impact: WeAct has touched the lives of 3,000 women entrepreneurs since its launch in March 2020. Working together with five partner institutions, we’ve helped them increase their revenues by up to 32 percent. Another proud moment? When we helped 60 women microentrepreneurs turn adversity into opportunity during the pandemic and fulfill an order of 100,000 masks for the Tamil Nadu government.

Skills to Succeed in India

Through Skills to Succeed we are addressing—at scale—the global need for skills that open doors to employment and economic opportunity. To date, with our strategic partners, we have equipped more than 690,000 people in India with the skills to get a job or build a business.

Since 2010, our "Skills to Succeed" initiative in India is empowering youth and women from economically weaker sections and persons with disabilities by equipping them with skills needed for high-demand job sectors. The rapid pace and scale of technological changes are disrupting labor markets and fundamentally altering the future of work. It is with these challenges in mind that we are strategizing our Corporate Citizenship efforts–Inclusion in the Digital Economy.

Over 314,000 women impacted through our Skills to Succeed initiatives.

Reskilling India’s marginalized workers

Solving India’s skilling puzzle

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Quest alliance

Equipping the marginalized youth with job-ready skills. Read more.

MAYA health

Empowering rural women to fuel India’s health revolution. Read more.

Anudip foundation

Giving digital wings to 85,000+ women to shape their future. Read more.

READ India

Enabling underprivileged women to power India’s digital economy. Read more.

Mann Deshi

Helping rural women scale their entrepreneurship journey. Read more.

WeAct for change

Enabling rural women to live better lives through our WeAcT initiative is just one of the many ways we are creating positive change. Read more.

TRRAIN

How two brothers with special needs became independent professionals. Read more.

CAF India & craftizen

Empowering differently abled individuals to make a living by harnessing their craft. Read more.

Dr. Reddy’s foundation

Supporting specially abled people in becoming self-sufficient by imparting job-ready skills. Read more.

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Numbers of impact

17,000+

Were provided critical employment skills using a blended-learning curriculum.

46,000+

Were helped in India to develop their skills to start a business or secure employment—of which, 32,000 grew their income.

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Women along with Maya Health were trained to serve as Health Navigators. They use a tablet-based application that captures vital health information and provides digital health services to 1,000+ families.

Creating a responsible culture

Welcome to the Code of Business Ethics

Ethics supported by technology

We’re using intelligent technology to make ethics training user-friendly, intuitive and responsive. Read more.

Equality+culture= innovation

We are committed to accelerating equality for all. Learn how a culture of equality drives innovation. Read more.

Innovate with us

Explore careers at Accenture and find out how you can help make a positive impact on society. Read more.

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Accenture CSR policy

Our CSR policies ensure that we leverage our expertise and capabilities to drive impact-oriented outcomes for the communities where we work, play and live. Our goal: To adhere to the highest standards in ethical behavior, environmental sustainability and data security in our business activities.

The Corporate Social Responsibility Committee comprises the below two Directors as members:

  1. Ms. Rekha M Menon
  2. Mr. Jal Master (w.e.f December 1, 2021)
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