Yokohama India builds girl’s toilets at government school

CSR Activity

Bahadurgarh, Haryana, November 2019:  Yokohama India Pvt. Ltd, a fully owned subsidiary of Yokohama Rubber Co., Ltd., has built girl’s toilets at the primary government school in Sankhol village under CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) to promote our government initiatives of Swatch Bharat Swatch Vidyalaya program.
Yokohama India regularly has been conducting tree-planting programs under the global Forever Forest Project of Yokohama Rubber Co. and also recently installed RO system and water cooler in the government school.
Girl’s Toilets in school will provide comfort, convenience with a sense of security and dignity to every girl. The project is also expected to improve good hygiene practices and create awareness towards health and sanitation.
During Independence Day speech, Prime Minister Modi had outlined his vision of all schools having separate toilets for boys and girls within a year. He had also appealed to the corporate sector to build toilets in schools as a part of their CSR.
Ms. Jyotsna Aswal, General Manager – HR & GA of Yokohama India said “The school has around 300 students with approximately 50% girls, however, the toilets in the school were in bad shape and caused serious hygiene and health issues among others. This small step by us has not only provided a big relief to the girl students and the female staff in the school but has also helped in raising hygiene awareness.”

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Yokohama India Pvt. Ltd. is a 100% subsidiary of The Yokohama Rubber Co., Ltd. Yokohama Rubber Company has already completed the 100th year of its establishment in 2017 and decided to foray into Indian market in 2007. India being one of the fastest growing automobile markets made Yokohama India to start its 1st manufacturing plant in November 2014 and achieved the milestone figure of 1 millionth tyre production in the year 2016. Further in 2020 2nd manufacturing unit will be operational response to increased demand for Yokohama Tyres. For further details please visit