CBRE marks Hyd chapter of CSR programme

Hyderabad CBRE South Asia Pvt. Property consultancy Ltd., along with Plan India, has highlighted its CSR initiative in Hyderabad with the aim of serving construction workers and their families through free health consultations and nutritional support. The project was mobilized earlier in July in Greater Noida with Plan India.

Anshuman Magazine, Chairman and CEO (India, Southeast Asia, Middle East and Africa), CBRE, said: “Our values ​​and culture are defined by our commitment to supporting the communities around us. We strive to make a positive impact in the ecosystem we operate, and through the CBRE Cares – ‘Ek Pehal’ initiative, we hope to bring about social change and impact in the lives of those in need.”

It is estimated that millions of construction workers across the country are involved, and this initiative will aim to make a positive change in their lives. The announcement is part of CBRE Cares – ‘Ek Pehal’, the company’s philanthropy program in India that has pledged its efforts to address the health and nutrition-related concerns of migrant workers and their families in several cities across the country. As part of this initiative, CBRE will set up medical camps around construction clusters in Hyderabad throughout the year. The partnership includes quality health advice and assistance from medical professionals with a focus on free health consultations, nutritional advice, personal protection awareness sessions and safety sessions on Covid, family planning, menstrual hygiene and sanitation practices. As part of the brief, CBRE has partnered with other NGOs, including Wockhardt Foundation and Save the Children, to implement the CSR initiative in construction clusters in Greater Noida, Mumbai, Gurgaon, Hyderabad and Chennai.

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