LAtest update – June 1. 2020

Investments in Medicinal Research & Development

World Journalist Forum has made several investments in Medical Research & Development during the on-going pandemic

Introduction

World Journalist Forum has dedicated itself for various Corporate Social Responsibilities. Corporate social responsibility comes in many forms. Even the smallest gesture impacts social change by many folds. Some of the most active CSR activities at World Journalist Forum include:

  • Fighting Pandemic
  • Reducing carbon footprints
  • Improving labor policies
  • Participating in fair trade
  • Charitable giving
  • Volunteering in the community
  • Corporate policies that benefit the environment
  • Socially and environmentally conscious investments

Latest Update

1st June 2020: At this hour when we are undergoing a massive pandemic impact worldwide, WJF has dedicated a special team for Philanthropy Activities.

Under this initiative we have funded Medical Research teams across various countries to conduct research on various benefits of Cannabis in medicinal purposes.

Investments have also been done keeping in mind the change or benefit it will bring to entire humankind if CBD turns out to be a part of Covid19 vaccine.

CSR – Pandemic Times

World Journalist Forum was on the forefront in many countries and distributed essential kits, food items to all the needy esp in India, Kenya, Italy, Ukraine and other African countries.

In total we have distributed over 2 million tasks and 80 tons of food items.

We continue to service the community worldwide.

Masks distribution in India via our volunteers

CSR – Education

World Journalist Forum is building different facilities in schools across the country, as part of their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).

Banking on technology for better schools

Serving society

CSR Activist of the 3rd Quarter

Mr Rahul has been dedicatedly working in India for providing cooked meals, raw food items and distribution essential kits which include face mask, hand sanitizer to over 1 million needy people since the first lockdown dated 24th March 2020 announced by Indian Government.

We salute his spirit towards serving the community. Cheers to the Covid Warrior in true spirit.

Mr Rahul Thakur