Local communities

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Contributing towards developing local communities

We are dedicated to the development of local communities and aspire to make a positive contribution to the well-being and social life of all the regions where we operate. We invest in community projects that align with local needs and our business activities.
We have prioritized the goals that relate to urban development, healthy leaving, education and environment while engaging our employees and locals. We believe our efforts build a positive social climate and relationships based on respect, understanding and trust

Key figures

  • USD 31 mln

    Community investment

  • 144+ thousand

    volunteers participated
    in the 360 program
    since 2011

  • 600+

    social and infrastructure
    projects were supported
    within the RUSAL territory

Key programmes


En+ Group environmental initiatives are focused on preserving the nature of regions we operate, beautiful rivers of Siberia and the unique Lake Baikal, for future generations. These initiatives are jointly undertaken with local NGOs.

Infrastructure and urban development

Infrastructure development is a key factor for attracting investments and ensuring social and economic growth of the modern cities especially the small ones. The more comfortable conditions are the less the outflow of capital and workforce. We strive to create a space for the comprehensive development and self-realization of each resident of the region in which the Company operates.
Infrastructure and urban development


En+ Group dedicates significant effort to the development of educational programs, particularly those aimed at training future engineers and technicians matching the needs of our business, industry and local community development. We strive to arouse the interest of students in engineering professions, creating conditions for each child to have equal access to quality education.


Corporate volunteering is an important tool ensuring the Company remains engaged with employees and locals and establishes sustainable relations with both communities and the government. The Company’s volunteering initiative brings together a wide variety of people, including production facility employees, schoolchildren, students, and representatives of social and educational institutions. To create the greatest impact, the Company has been developing programs and technologies allowing residents to more easily engage in volunteering activities.

Sports and healthy leaving

En+ Group supports programs to ensure healthy living and promote well-being for residents in the countries of operations. The other area of our focus is the improvement of the health care in vulnerable communities. We believe that healthy communities better perform all the functions of life and develop to their maximum potential.
Sports and healthy leaving


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