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Speaking about the initiative, Rathin Basu, Country President, Alstom India & South Asia said, ‘The adoption of Moldanga is another step towards strengthening Alstom commitment to India and work towards the socio-economic upliftment of its people by creating self-sustaining models that are aligned to the work culture of that area. Our wp policy reflects our corporate philosophy of living and working together for the common good and we aim to adopt other villages in different parts of the country. We believe that we should create pride in the minds of all those who associate with us in this noble cause. Alstom encourages employees to actively participate in the wp activities. In the success of Moldanga project too, our employees at Durgapur have shown commendable dedication and commitment.”
Alstom Foundation has been involved in various community welfare programs in the past including setting up of a BioOrja plant for Akshaya Patra kitchen in Vadodara, Green Orphanage for disadvantaged children in Karnataka to name a few. The Eco Village is an endeavor to offer healthy society and environment to the villagers while addressing to their immediate needs and improving their lifestyle.
About Alstom Foundation
Alstom has been actively involved in campaigning with local partners around the world to improve the quality of life in the local communities neighboring its plants, sites and corporate offices. Alstom’s philanthropic arm, Alstom Foundation which was set up in November 2007 embodies environmental protection as a crucial commitment to the future of the planet.
The Makeover: From Village to Eco Village Eco Village Community Development Center Facility for clean drinking water