At ACL, social responsibility is primary. The desire to bring about a positive change in people’s lives is the fuel that drives us. Corporate influences the society and the environment through their operations, products and services so from the beginning ACL has recognized this responsibility and worked towards the development of the wider community where we operate in.

At the core of its Policy for Corporate Social Responsibility, the Company undertakes a range of activities to improve living conditions in its operational areas. It also conducts regular medical health camps create awareness regarding health, hygiene and safety among the people. Sustainability initiatives encompass education, healthcare, sports, cultural events and others.
Environment Data
Cleanliness drive at Ambubachi Mela
Awareness programs on safe motherhood
Awareness programme on adolescent girls
Mobile clinic consultancy programme
Green belt development
Gallery & Media

Adolescence (between the ages of 11-18 years) is a transition period in life, when an individual is no longer a child, but not yet an adult. It is important to note that adolescents are not a homogeneous group – their needs vary according to gender, stage of development, life circumstances and socio-economic conditions. A general lack of understanding about the particular needs of Indian adolescents, specifically adolescent girls, persists in India and the wider global community. The Indian context calls for a focus on adolescent girls due to their general vulnerability, inaccessibility to basic health care and education, unmet sexual and reproductive health needs and rights, and age old traditions and misconceptions that have seen this cohort marginalized.

ACL has recognized the facts & taken initiative to create awareness among the adolescent girls to achieve the following objectives:- -To Enable the Adolescent Girls for self-development and empowerment.

- To improve their nutrition and health status.

- To promote awareness about health, hygiene, nutrition, Adolescent Reproductive and Sexual Health (ARSH) and family and child care.

-To Upgrade their home-based skills, life skills and tie up with National Skill Development Programs (NSDP) for vocational skills.

-To Mainstream out of school AGs into formal/non formal education.

-To Provide information/guidance about existing public services such as PHC, CHC, Post Office, Bank, and Police Station.