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Merck Named One of TIME’s 50 Genius Companies for Work in Ebola

Along with international agencies and governments, Merck has played — and continues to play — a leadership role in responding to Ebola.
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We’re honored to be in the top 50 for TIME's 2018 Genius Companies for our work in Ebola. We are inspired every day by the work we do to make an impact on global health.

Learn more about Merck's response to the Ebola outbreak.

Calling on the Private Sector to Solve the Next Great Health Crisis of Our Time – Global Safe Surgery

Chief Medical Officer, GE Foundation
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The global health world periodically has rude awakenings that expose vulnerabilities in countries’ preparedness to handle health crises. The outbreaks of Ebola and Zika in recent years are a glaring example of this weakness, exposing how poorly prepared areas like West Africa were for threats of that magnitude. Governments, civil society, and the private sector leapt into action with the resources to help, but their aid arrived late and was not completely organized, rendering their relationships and resources underutilized.

Merck Ranked No. 2 in Fortune Magazine’s 2018 “Change the World” List

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Fortune magazine has released its latest "Change the World" list, a ranking of 57​ companies that are doing well by doing good. Merck ranked second on the list for our leadership role in the fight against Ebola, including our experimental Ebola vaccine and our support for humanitarian organizations involved in Ebola relief and recovery efforts.

Zika, Ebola, and the Future of Other Public Health Diseases Discussed at Fortune Brainstorm Health Live Tomorrow

Join public health panel from GSK, Time, and the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota as they discuss the future of tracking emerging diseases
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Just a few months after the 2015 outbreak of Ebola was contained, another virus—called Zika—commanded the public stage. It took but 14 months after Zika’s first detection in Brazil for the virus to spread through Latin America and the Caribbean to Florida. So far, the threat has gone unchecked. And to be sure, after Zika, will come another global pathogenic threat—one, that public health experts worry, may do an even better job of outsmarting and overwhelming us. The question is whether technological advances can help us turn the odds.

UPS Humanitarian Relief and Resilience Program

The Ebola Case Study: Public-Private Partnerships Deliver Relief
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In response to the Ebola Epidemic in West Africa, The UPS Foundation committed $750,000 in funding
and in-kind support. UPS engaged with first response agencies, providing air, ocean and ground
transportation for vital relief shipments from the U.S. and Europe to West Africa.

Bloomberg Businessweek Wins Award From Overseas Press Club

Reports of Conflict, Disease and Environment Dominate Overseas Press Club Awards
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NEW YORKMay 1, 2015 /3BL Media/ - The 22 award-winning entries for the annual Overseas Press Club Awards depict a world

Baxter Expands Access to Healthcare Through Collaborations and Charitable Giving

Company Recognized for Employee Inclusion and Diversity, Overall Sustainability Efforts
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DEERFIELD, Ill., March 30, 2015 /3BL Media/ – Baxter International Inc. (NYSE: BAX) is improving access to healthcare through financial and in-kind donations to address critical community needs globally. The company recently announced a public-private collaboration with Singapore’s Changi General Hospital to meet the growing demand for compounded sterile products and received recognition for organizational excellence, inclusion and diversity and corporate social responsibility efforts.

Baxter Launches Public-Private Partnership to Improve Healthcare Delivery

The Search for Stability in the Wake of Ebola

At War with an Invisible Enemy
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"This isn’t 15,000 incidents of eating bushmeat,” Paul Farmer said. “It’s weak public health systems.”

Partnering to Protect Health Workers From Ebola

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Written by AmeriCares

Almost a full year since the largest Ebola outbreak in history began, the epidemic’s death toll has passed 9,000. The greatest number of fatalities have occurred in Liberia and Sierra Leone; in recent weeks, there has been an increase in cases in Guinea. From the start of the crisis, AmeriCares has provided under-resourced hospitals and health facilities with the supplies they need to combat the outbreak, sending 43 shipments of medicine, supplies and protective equipment to partners in the three most affected countries.

Healthcare Breakthrough: Innovation Coalition Supports 'Last Mile' Of Care In Underserved Regions

By Susan Galer, SAP
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In Uganda, the donation of a simple mosquito net can mean the difference between life and death to the family of Sarah Namugosa, a pregnant woman recently recovered from Malaria.

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