M2M Ferries And CFTI Collaborated To Distribute 80 Bicycles To Empower Young Girls In Mandwa India

NATIONAL/ MUMBAI, 10 MAY, 2023 (TGN): M2M Ferries, a leading Ro-Pax company, had collaborated with CFTI, an NGO, to launch an initiative aimed at empowering school going girls in Mandwa. As part of the initiative, M2M Ferries had distributed 80 bicycles to help them overcome transportation challenges. Transportation remains a major challenge for many children, especially girls, in remote and rural areas of Mandwa.

Often, having to walk long distances to reach their schools, which can be exhausting, time-consuming and unsafe. Which has led to many girls dropping out of school or missing classes, ultimately affecting their education and future prospects. To address this issue, M2M Ferries and CFTI had launched a campaign to distribute bicycles to school going girls in Mandwa. The bicycles were distributed to schoolgirls, who face transportation difficulties in reaching their schools. The bicycle distribution is aimed at creating a safe, comfortable and affordable mode of transportation for the young girls between their homes and schools thereby reducing dropout rates and helping them achieve their educational goals.

“At M2M Ferries, we believe that education is a fundamental right, and we are committed to supporting the communities we serve. Giving back to society is an integral part of our culture, and we are proud to launch this initiative in collaboration with CFTI,” says Devika Saigal Kapoor, CEO of M2M Ferries.

M2M Ferries is committed to supporting the communities where it operates by providing safe, reliable, and affordable. The company actively seeks opportunities to give back to the society by supporting initiatives that promote education, health, and social welfare.

“Our commitment to giving back to society is not limited to this initiative. We are always looking for ways to make a positive impact on the communities we serve. We believe that by supporting education, we can contribute to a brighter future for the next generation,” says Devika.

The campaign was held on 10th May and the bicycles were distributed to school going girls in various communities in Mandwa. The initiative is part of M2M Ferries and CFTI’s commitment to support the education and empowerment of girls in the communities where they operate. The organizations plan to continue their efforts to provide opportunities for girls to achieve their full potential.ENDS/TGN

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