An individual’s ability to access quality health care is often limited where infrastructure is weak or non-existent. By supporting collaborative and entrepreneurial approaches that aim to build and improve health infrastructure, we are giving organizations and individuals the skills and resources they need to drive better global health outcomes.
Through a Highly Orchestrated Supply Network (HOSuN) approach, Pfizer has developed a supply chain that is directly sensitive to patient needs and can speed our response to those needs. Enhanced with technological advances, we are able to track movement of product throughout the entire supply chain.
For Pfizer, Sustainable Development Goal 3: Good Health and Well-Being, is inextricably linked to our belief that every individual deserves to lead a long, healthy and productive life. Good health is fundamental to advancing all of the 17 SDGs, each of which is connected to advances in public health.
Around the world, health entrepreneurs and social enterprises are pioneering innovative, locally driven solutions that have the potential to transform healthcare for underserved communities. These young organizations are starting small but thinking big, and private sector companies like Pfizer can play an important role in helping them grow. However, we must also realize that, in today’s complex health landscape, successful collaboration requires more than financial support.
CLEVELAND, July 20, 2017 /3BL Media/ - KeyBank Real Estate Capital has provided a total of $142.4 million to Harmony Housing, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to providing safe, clean and comfortable affordable rental housing throughout the United States, for a six-property affordable housing portfolio.
By Allie Burns, Managing Director, Village Capital
In 2017–18, we’ll continue our work with PayPal, running FinTech investment-readiness programs in the US, Latin America, India and for the first time — sub-Saharan Africa
For the past three years, we’ve collaborated with PayPal to support entrepreneurs around the world that are working on improving financial health. Today, I’m thrilled to announce that we’re continuing and expanding that collaboration and we’re kicking off our 2017–2018 schedule with a summer program for American entrepreneurs.
Pilot study highlights diverse approaches companies are taking to do ‘good beyond giving’
NEW YORK, May 23, 2017 /3BL Media/ - A new study released by CECP: The CEO Force for Good, supported by USAA, found that large companies are implementing new ways to make a positive difference for people and communities beyond traditional corporate philanthropy and volunteering.
The high school students test out energy-efficient appliances that can help save power and costs as they enter the restaurant industry.
IRWINDALE, Calif. — Adelina Montoya, 18, has always loved to cook. As a sophomore at Bonita High School in La Verne, she was part of a team that won “best entrée” in a cooking competition and her passion was solidified.
In the fall, she will head to Cuesta College in San Luis Obispo where she will pursue a degree in food science.