The Bravehearts campaign introduced by the Vedanta group

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As part of its digital campaign Bravehearts, Vedanta Group, a leading producer of metals and oil and gas, is releasing a unique clean video featuring Meera Shenoy, who is a reformer and first father of Youth4Jobs, an online forum focusing on education and employment for people with special needs.

The ‘Bravehearts’ campaign congratulates the undisclosed heroes who went above and beyond the call of duty during the Covid epidemic, which contributed to their truly fascinating stories and relief efforts.

Talking about the event, Roma Balwani, President, Communications and Brand, Vedanta, said, “Vedanta’s Bravehearts campaign may be an opportunity to celebrate ‘real heroes’ who hope to make a difference and make a difference in the community”.

Vedanta plans to release a series of short videos featuring and showing the stories of the “Braveheart” people. This video clip opens with Meera Shenoy’s sequence that helps the reader do the basic task of inserting the needle with a needle, but it makes the viewer realize how challenging it can be.

Meera shared her pre-epidemic teaching experience with the importance of education now more than ever to help these determined young people. Towards the end, the film highlights the impact of her online program through the fun glasses of students at work and Meera sponsoring them online because it is related to a story of hope and confidence.

Vedanta has also launched its own product campaigns ‘Desh Ki Zarooraton Ke Liye’ and ‘Aatmanirbhar Bharat ke liye’, with the aim of raising awareness about the metals and their ability to contribute to India’s self-reliance. Through this campaign, the company highlights how Vedanta contributes to the daily lives of people through its various offerings, including oil and gas, zinc, lead, silver, copper, iron, steel and aluminum, and energy.

Vedanta was at the forefront of the world war with the Covid-19. the company took the lead in supporting local communities, immigrant workers, feeding deviant animals, established field hospitals, diverting oxygen to plants for medicinal purposes.

Ten field hospitals established during the recording provided Covid patient support and may be available if a third wave strikes as predicted. Vedanta vaccinated 1 lakh workers, business partners, and families, and judges to facilitate the 5-lakh vaccination in communities at present.

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