Community health and hygiene is one of the key focus areas of our CSR activities. We aspire to deliver primary health care support through diagnosis and treatments to our communities. Our interventions are aimed at promoting preventive healthcare, building awareness about hygiene, sanitation, maternal and child health care, setting up medical infrastructure, and instrumenting clean drinking water habits for communities. Our health initiatives have a major focus on people from the vulnerable section of the local communities. With the help of our partner organisations and local on-ground health workers, our aim is to ensure that primary healthcare facilities are accessible to the maximum number of relevant beneficiaries.

Impact Assessment

Following an impact assessment conducted by an independent third party for Asian Paints Mobile Medical Units (MMUs), it was observed that the MMUs are helpful to the elderly people and women who generally have reduced access to Healthcare facilities in socioeconomically backward communities. The elderly people who are generally dependent on other family members for hospital visits are now able to address their healthcare needs due to easy accessibility and free-of-cost medical care.


SAFAR healthcare initiative is aimed at providing general healthcare to truckers, promoting healthy lifestyles and providing free consultation for various health issues. The initiative also organises awareness programmes on health, hygiene and sexually transmitted infections.

Nutrition Projects

We take a proactive approach to healthcare in our communities, partnering with ASHA, Anganwadi (AAA) Workers, and Auxiliary Nurse Midwives (ANMs) to promote preventive healthcare. Our goal is to improve the health status of pregnant and lactating women, adolescent girls, and infants in identified villages by mitigating anaemia and malnutrition.

The celebration of National Nutrition Month

During National Nutrition Month (NNM) or ‘Poshan Maah’, Asian Paints, through its partners conducted home visits to counsel pregnant and lactating women and helped in the early detection of malnourishment through growth monitoring sessions, providing a healthier future for the community