A Glimpse of a Better Life

Revalue Ecosystems

The problems faced by the Labour Community in India are manifold and primarily revolve around the conditions of employment of the wage-earning section of society. Unsafe and unhygienic living and working conditions, lack of living space and basic amenities and lack of supervision of children in or near the worksite are just some of the major concerns that the workers have to confront on a daily basis.

Supporting the social and economic regeneration of communities is a key priority for RMZ Foundation. To enhance the quality of life for wage-earning individuals at RMZ construction sites, RMZ Foundation has given rise to the Revalue Ecosystems initiatives, providing the members of the Labour Community with proper shelter, basic lighting, hygienic sanitation facilities and safe living conditions, while imparting education with regard to health and hygiene. The Foundation creates a culture of engagement connecting RMZ employees with the Labour communities. The collaboration energises transformation of Labour communities and creates a platform for socio cultural exchange.


With the intent of implementing sustainable growth models, which promote social equality and inclusive growth, RMZ Foundation endeavours to improve the lifestyles and living conditions of the individuals at RMZ’s project sites. This is accomplished by providing hygienic and secure living spaces, equipped with basic lighting, sanitation and entertainment facilities.

Vocational Training

RMZ Foundation has also undertaken an initiative of providing Vocational Training for women in the labour community, in order to ensure sustainable and independent livelihoods. Programs like these go a long way in infusing a positive and confident outlook, enabling the women to be financially independent and hold a position of respect by being inspiring examples of transformation.

Safety Practices

In the work sites, all safety precautions are strictly implemented to provide the safest possible environment for the workers and their families. There are also programs in place to teach and encourage hygienic practices at the site.