Providing rural poor communities with access to necessary infrastructure, especially as regards health and education, can bridge social disparity while giving the individuals in these communities a better life and livelihood. RDT thus seeks to empower these communities via providing habitable environments.

1,506 school building cum community centres serving as common collective asset set up by RDT

110 government educational institutions given assistance in the form of construction of 531 additional classrooms

46 villages covered under rural electrification

76 villages covered under drinking water schemes including 29 villages for RO/Mineral Plants

6,116 bathroom cum toilets built by RDT in collaboration with the Government under SWACHH BHARAT

Undertaking relief, rehabilitation and reconstruction measures in areas affected by natural calamities