CBRE to provide health facilities to migrant laborers of the initiative.

CBRE South Asia Private Limited, a real estate consulting company. Has taken the initiative to provide health and nutritional facilities to workers and their families working in big cities from outside the country and has created a fund with an initial investment of Rs 5 crore. The 'CBRE Cares' Foundation, formed after the completion of 25 years of CBRE, will look into the health, nutrition, and immunization of migrant laborers and their families currently working in construction sectors.

CBRE to provide health facilities to migrant laborers of the initiative.


Currently created a fund of 5 crore rupees


CBRE Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (India, South East Asia, Middle East, and Africa) Anshuman Magazine told reporters at an event that through CBRE Cares an initiative- we are working in villages and small towns in construction areas The migrant laborers and their families will work on providing better health, vaccination and hygiene.

Currently, a fund of Rs 5 crore has been created for this. Let us tell you that the migrant laborers working in the metros from outside have to face problems like neglect, unsafe environment, malnutrition, lack of health services. Considering this, CBRE has taken this initiative.

The program will start from Delhi, Mumbai, and Bengaluru


Under this initiative, social workers, doctors, and non-governmental organizations will work together to ensure that women, children, and adolescents are provided with proper health services along with the construction sites. The magazine said that at present, the program will be run in three cities Delhi, Mumbai, and Bengaluru. Later it will be expanded to other cities. CBRE Group President and Chief Executive Officer Bob Sulentik were also present on occasion.

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