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Our Social Responsibility

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Sanofi India Limited

Sanofi House,
CTS No.117-B, L&T Business Park,
Saki Vihar Road, Powai,
Mumbai 400072

Tel no. (022) 28032000
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Patient

Access to healthcare is not only a matter of the patient having access to affordable medicines and vaccines, but also of having the opportunity to prevent diseases and receive comprehensive care - from diagnosis to treatment.

 

Saath 7

Social Responsability Saath 7 picture

Initiated as a pilot in 2003 and launched as ‘Saath 7’ (means ‘Together towards Control’), in 2007 – ‘Saath 7’ is India’s longest running patient support program in diabetes management. The aim of the program is to understand the needs of the patients, and then communicate relevant information to them and their caregivers using the medium they prefer. Saath 7 provides patients with educational material, consultations, and other resources to teach them how to cope and adapt to the lifestyle that is often dictated by their illnesses, with consent and under supervision of their treating physicians.

Impact: Offered counseling services to over 167,000 patients since its launch in 2007

 

Fun Centers

Social Responsability Fun Centers picture

Sanofi ‘Fun Centers’ are recreation zones, in leading hospitals across India, created to comfort and support the little ones, as they cope with the rigours of long term treatment and hospitalization. Sanofi ‘Fun Centers’ have benefitted children in Apollo Hospitals in Delhi & Chennai, HCG Hospital in Bengaluru, Rajdadisa Trust Hospital in Jodhpur, and Bai Jerbai Wadia Children’s Hospital in Mumbai.

Impact: More than 45,000 children have had fun at Sanofi ‘Fun Centers’ till date!

 

Public Private Partnership (PPP) with the Government of Maharashtra

Public Private Partnership (PPP) with the Government of Maharashtra

Sanofi India initiated its first PPP with the State of Maharashtra, in the area of diabetes control and management. Over the next 5 years, Sanofi India will support the Maharashtra State Government in training counsellors and nurses from NCD cells across all the 35 districts. The programme aims to upgrade the knowledge of healthcare personnel regarding the management of patients with diabetes, hypertension, CVD and Cancer.

 

Tuberculosis: improving access to diagnosis and care in the slums of the Mumbai agglomeration

Tuberculosis: improving access to diagnosis and care in the slums of the Mumbai agglomeration

In 2012, activities were implemented in 5 municipalities belonging to the Mumbai agglomeration, involving 7 partner NGOs and 5 institutional actors (the public services in charge of tuberculosis -TB- control within each of the concerned municipalities: the “TB control societies”), and covering a total slum population of about 2.5 million people. The main achievements of 2014 were as under:

  • Opening of additional health centers in the slums to decentralize the anti-tuberculosis care offer - Throughout the year, partner NGOs opened new centres to reach additional populations, and closed several that were no longer adapted. The program effectiveness is globally stable with a cure rate of 79.6% for patients put under treatment in 2013 in our partner NGOs’ DOTS centres.
  • The involvement of private doctors - The number of patients put on treatment thanks to the involvement of private doctors has been significant (1,597) in 2014.
  • General Information, Education and Communication (IEC) for slum dwellers – Our partner NGOs organized a considerable number of events during the course of 2014, directly in the slums to reach the needy populations (exhibitions, group meetings, films, conferences in schools street shows, etc.). But efforts were mostly focused on case detection through door-to-door activities (more than 292,000 houses visited). This generated a high number of suspects – 15,116. This strong increase has been essentially generated by IEC (door-to-door) activities. All in all, more than 1,050,000 persons have been made aware of what TB is, how to avoid or minimize infection risks, and how to diagnose and treat it. These activities have also enabled to identify and put on treatment more than 1,800 patients in 2014.
  • The support provided to every partner NGO in terms of capacity building - In order to secure the quality of the services in the NGOs’ centres, technical support was directly provided by ATIA staff (Actions de Terrain, Integration, Autonomie – Sanofi Group Inter Aide) based in Mumbai, to make sure procedures were understood and applied (drug delivery process, follow up of the patients, certification of the methods employed for sputum collection and slides analysis etc.).
 

Updated July 30, 2015

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Corporate Social Responsibility Policy