Herbalife Nutrition Flags off Mobile Science Vans
Herbalife Nutrition Flags off Mobile Science Vans

Herbalife Nutrition flags off Mobile Science Vans in Karnataka

ANI | Updated: Sep 04, 2019 19:03 IST

Tumkur (Karnataka) [India] Sept 04 (ANI/BusinessWire India): Herbalife Nutrition the global leader in nutrition, celebrated twenty years of its business in India by flagging off mobile science laboratories at Tumkur Government School.
The mobile science laboratories will enable school children to learn where schools have inadequate or no scientific laboratory facilities. Designed on a van, each laboratory is well equipped with hundreds of experiments designed to provide students with a hands-on learning experience.
Conceptualised in association with Agastya Foundation, the mobile science laboratories will cater to 70 government schools in Bidar, Tumkur and Gulbarga region.
Each mobile science laboratory will reach out to approximately 2000 children across three towns and will generate 16,000 exposures across the year through eight annual visits.
"This initiative is the reflection of our brand philosophy to 'Build it Better' for everyone. We strongly believe that every child should get the best education possible. Through our association with Agastya Foundation, we have taken a small step in ensuring a bright future for these children. We hope this will evoke curiosity in the young minds and take them towards a brighter future that they deserve," said Ajay Khanna, Vice President and Country Head, Herbalife Nutrition, India.
"This is an excellent initiative by Herbalife Nutrition and we are positive it will help our children learn more about scientific concepts in a practical manner. The mobile science labs are very well equipped and will help enlighten the young minds while accelerating their learning," said senior representative from Government Higher, Primary School Heggere.
This story is provided by BusinessWire India. ANI will not be responsible in any way for the content of this article. (ANI/BusinessWire India)

iocl