has been conducting charity projects for many years. Prosi’s charity projects in the past included financial assistance to support school education for the poor , helping the sick by assisting them financially for medical procedures, financial assistance for constructing houses in economically backward regions, financial help to build Bathroom cum Toilets in rural villages, donations for cancer and kidney patients, etc..
Last year (2011), PROSI initiated a different genre of Charity work. What we have undertaken was to go and provide direct assistance to those in need. As you can see the below pictures, the CEO of PROSI, Mr. Prince Pallikunnel and his Daughter Greshma spent 3 weeks of their vacation time with the Adivaasi community in a remote village 70 Km away from Indore- (Madhya Pradesh – India), and constructed 5 houses for them. (See more details about the project described in English and Hindi Dailies below)
This year (2012) the PROSI Charity Project committed 5 houses to the underprivileged people of a remote village in Western Africa. The project started in the middle of January 2012 and was completed by the 24th of March 2012. The entire work was conducted under the direct supervision of PROSI CEO, Mr Prince Pallikunnel. On completion of the work and during the handing over ceremony the entire Village honoured Mr Pallikunnel by giving him the title ‘ TORGBO DOTSE-EWE II (Chief II of Tagborkope/Sasakope). The handing over ceremony was a colourful event and was attended by over 350 individuals which included the Village Chief, the District Collector, Indian friends living in Africa etc.. For details click the link “The beneficiaries of Prosi Charity – Village House Project in Africa – 2012”.
In future, we are planning to expand our Charity works to Bangladesh, Brazil, Nepal etc..