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WHO Guidelines for Drug Donations, updated in 2010, were developed by the World Health Organization (WHO) in cooperation with major international humanitarian agencies. The Guidelines aim to improve the quality of medicine donations and are intended to serve as a basis for national or institutional...
Green Works, a social enterprise based in the UK, collects unwanted office furniture from big companies like Marks & Spencer and recycles it to sell at a discount from one of six London warehouses to schools, colleges, charities, housing associations and small businesses. The firm recently won a...
How Can My Company Help? - A Guide for Country Managers in Responding to Natural Disasters is intended to help companies prepare for a local corporate response to crises in their country or region. The guide includes information on building partnerships with relief agencies, assessing on-the-ground...
Accord Gifts in Kind Standards govern US-based member organisations' Gifts in Kind (GIK) activity.
Business Contributions to UN Emergency Relief Efforts: An Orientation Guide describes the role of various UN agencies during an emergency, and identifies ways in which companies can support relief efforts in a timely and appropriate manner, through cash contributions, in-kind donations, or...
ACT Guiding Principles on Material Aid, a policy guide, outlines ACT International's principles on material aid donations, the responsibilities of donors and implementing ACT members, and specifications relating to particular material aid categories.
The Guiding Principles for Philanthropic Private Sector Engagement in Humanitarian Action, a crosscutting set of guiding principles, is aimed at fostering commitment from the private sector for preparedness and relief activities. The document lists ten principles for the private sector to follow. ...
The Guidelines on Medical Equipment Donation is a publication of the Pharmaceutical Programme of World Council of Churches (WCC) & Community Initiatives Support Services (CISS). It is a guide for those accepting and making donations of, or planning to buy, medical equipment.
Heifer's Cornerstones for Just and Sustainable Development reflect the sustainable development principles utilised by Heifer International. Heifer is a development agency that aims to alleviate poverty by providing appropriate livestock and training to small-scale farmers worldwide.
This report provides a framework for action on how companies and business coalitions can work with the UN system, governments, and civil society organisations to help achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), aimed at making globalisation a more positive force for more of the world's people.