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QNET is continuing its efforts in Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) by donating a water storage facility to Government Primary School, Sriram Nagar, Hyderabad. This is a continuation of QNET's long-standing policy of giving to causes to better social welfare. The Hong Kong-based direct selling company has teamed up with Lions Club of Hyderabad, Swarnapuri, Dist. 316 F, to bring clean drinking water to hundreds of the school's students.

This initiative will ensure that Government Primary School has proper water, sanitation, and hygiene systems in place. This move can be looked at as assisting in the broader effort by the Indian government via its Swachh Bharat Swachh Vidyalaya (or "Clean India, Clean Schools") campaign. I have been a long time admirer of both QNET and the Lions Club for their charity work, and this isn't the first time they have linked up to benefit those in need. Earlier this year, I marveled at both organizations' generosity when they teamed up to provide a kidney dialysis unit to a school in Bangalore.

QNET's philanthropy is inspired by a couple of interesting credos. One is Raise Yourself to Help Mankind (or RYTHM) and InService, which encourages the dedication of oneself to giving and being in service of others. Like many of us, QNET looks to the history and teachings of Mahatma Gandhi as a guiding principle in its CSR initiatives. The company has made great strives in instilling this spirit throughout its organization and among its many employees.

The QI Group of Companies, which owns QNET, is well-versed in charitable giving and outreach as a member of the Nations Global Compact Network, a group based on encouraging corporations to give back. QNET's efforts are just one piece of a larger puzzle in its parent company's efforts to effect real and lasting change in the world's poorest regions. It is not difficult to see why QNET does everything it does for impoverished people when you consider the heart and dedication of its leadership.

Providing health resources to the world's poor has been one of the most admirable parts of QNET's charitable commitment. QNET runs a health screening service in Bangalore where hundreds of needy adults have gone through a treatment program to promote better living. As QNET continues its amazing philanthropy, I can only hope other corporations around world follow its lead.

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