Wipro has a presence in more than 57 countries around the world; of our workforce of more than 145,000 employees, 11% of which comprise nationalities other than Indian. We think that it is crucial to engage with proximate communities wherever we have significant presence. In line with this, we will continue to expand and strengthen our community programs in all the geographies where we have significant presence. This is a reaffirmation of our belief that at its core, social responsibility and sustainability must transcend boundaries whether organizational or national. It is important to point out here, especially in the context of rural communities, that seeing the larger integrated picture is important when executing programs in individual domains. Issues of healthcare, education, access to energy, water and sanitation and livelihoods are often closely inter-linked. If executed well, the outcomes in individual domains can impact the larger canvas of community development. For example, the work that we do for long term rehabilitation after natural disasters helps strengthen the resilience of the affected communities in different ways e.g. intervention in livelihoods, access to education.