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CVS Caremark's 2012 Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Report gives stakeholders an inside view of the company's CSR strategy, priorities and performance on its sustainability goals and CSR initiatives. The report is available online on the company's website at www.cvscaremark.com/CSR.
GE impacts the healthcare landscape through GE Healthcare and numerous business initiatives such as our healthymagination commitment, various employee programs, and philanthropic and capacity-building initiatives. Focus areas include developing healthcare technologies to improve treatment programs; funding research to develop innovative products; commissioning studies on doctor/patient interaction; seeking innovative ways to increase access for underserved communities; supporting health centers with grants and skills-based volunteerism; and funding health center upgrades in Latin Amer
Sustainable value creation is a core business strategy focused on addressing fundamental societal issues that provide community benefit, are scalable and generate returns on – and beyond – a profit-and-loss sheet.
General press releases and articles regarding happenings in the DSI program. MFA Design for Social Innovation at the School of Visual Arts in New York is the first MFA program at the intersection of design, social innovation and enterprises. This two year program is for people who want to become leaders of change in business, the non-profit world, communities or government.
Each year GBCHealth -- the Global Business Coalition on Health -- convenes business and allied leaders to inspire deepened business engagement on the world’s pressing health challenges. People who attend understand that business plays an essential role in improved health, starting in the workplace and extending to host communities and beyond. The 2013 Conference is May 15-17 in New York City, and will be our most important yet, with a sharp focus on how business can better align its work with achievement of the Millennium Development Goals.
The foods we eat today come from a global marketplace. And all foods – no matter where or how they are produced – need to be handled, prepared and stored properly to prevent the growth of harmful microorganisms that can cause illness. We help our customers provide consumers with safe food – and the confidence to eat and drink anything, anywhere. For more information visit our website.
In September 2011, we launched The Lilly NCD Partnership, a $30 million investment over five years to fight the rising burden of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in developing countries. NCDs are by far the leading cause of death in the world. Of the 57 million global deaths in 2008, 63 percent were due to NCDs. Eighty percent of all NCD deaths occur in low- and middle-income countries. These chronic diseases—including diabetes, cancer, and heart disease—take lives, destroy opportunity, cause poverty, thwart development, and weaken communities.
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