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Engineers Against Poverty


Engineers Against Poverty (EPA) is a UK based international NGO working in the field of engineering. It is establishes and supports partnerships between state, private and civil society sectors. EPA has a specific focus on improving the corporate social responsibility programmes of engineering...

Amber Communities Trust


Amber Communities Trust is registered UK charity that works in Amber, a small community in Rajasthan, India. The Trust sponsors projects that aim to improve the quality of life for the community, focusing on sustainable development in four programme areas: education, health, the environment and...

Humanitarian International Services Group (HISG)


Humanitarian International Services Group (HISG) is a United States based non-profit organisation, founded in 2001. HISG specialises in private sector resource mobilisation and management and has networked over 45 warehouses across the USA to work collaboratively to aid the poor and needy around...

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Equator Principles


The Equator Principles (EPs) are a credit risk management framework for determining, assessing and managing environmental and social risk in project finance transactions. Project finance is often used to fund the development and construction of major infrastructure and industrial projects.The EPs...

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Conference on global poverty: business solutions and approaches


Business Solutions and Approaches, a Harvard Business School conference on global poverty, explored ways in which serving the poor can be both a profitable business proposition and help improve the lives of the world's impoverished men and women. The conference focused on successful business...

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Business and Poverty:Bridging the gap


Business and Poverty: Bridging the gap, a report produced for the Resource Centre,an initiative of a number of UK business partners, addresses the issues involved in a comprehensive approach to poverty elimination in which the public, private and voluntary sectors work together to attack the...

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CRT Principles for Responsible Business


CRT Principles for Responsible Business set forth ethical norms for acceptable businesses behaviour. The principles are rooted in three ethical foundations for responsible business and for a fair and functioning society more generally, namely: responsible stewardship; living and working for mutual...

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Pfizer Global Health Fellows: Expanding Access to Healthcare Through Cross-Sector Partnerships


Pfizer Global Health Fellows: Expanding Access to Healthcare Through Cross-Sector Partnerships, a case study, evaluates the response of Pfizer Inc. to the HIV/AIDs endemic. It focuses on the efforts of the its Fellows Program to support HIV/AIDS service NGOs in developing countries. In this...

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Ceres Principles


Ceres Principles is a ten-point code of corporate environmental conduct publicly endorsed by companies as an environmental mission statement or ethic. Imbedded in that code of conduct is the mandate to report. By endorsing the Ceres Principles or adopting their own comparable code, companies not...

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Business guide to partnering with NGOs and the United Nations: Executive Summary


Business guide to partnering with NGOs and the United Nations: Executive Summary, created in partnership between Dalberg, the UN Global Compact, and the Financial Times, provides an overview of the study of the partnership experiences of businesses with social actors - NGOs and UN agencies.