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Rising temperatures and more frequent flooding events are likely to increase with climate change, and in Bangladesh, this will affect the lives of the 4 million people working in the garment industry, who are disproportionately women.
We sat down with Gavi, the Vaccination Alliance, to talk about the key success factors of its cross-sector collaboration efforts.
Global health security is everyone’s business, and examples from these companies demonstrate that collaborating and partnering is the only way forward for pandemic preparedness.
This paper from BSR's Healthcare Working Group aims to catalyze more innovative finance partnerships to address access barriers at each stage of the healthcare value chain.
Innovative finance represents a significant opportunity for increasing social impact and business value and closing the SDG financing gap. The healthcare sector presents some leading examples.
Three years ago, BSR launched a partnership with Qualcomm Wireless Reach to amplify the outcomes of BSR’s HERproject program in China through mobile technology. Our work together focused on enhancing HERhealth, the pillar of HERproject that aims to empower low-income women working in global supply chains to take charge of their health.
A new report from BSR's Healthcare Working Group aims to provide an approach that contributes to expanded access to healthcare through a focus on metrics.
This working paper helps healthcare companies improve measurement and reporting on access-to-healthcare programs, a framework that other sectors can replicate to focus more strategically on impact metrics.
Our new strategy aims to help companies address conflicts that impact their competitiveness and long-term sustainability to improve health and drive business success.
Based on a new scorecard produced by Evidence Project and BSR's HERproject, here are five suggestions for companies to enhance workers' health in their supply chains.
This report, written in partnership with the International Center for Research on Women and sponsored by the Oak Foundation, identifies how companies can develop holistic and integrated approaches to women's economic empowerment.
Rather than ask whether employee and community health programs work, companies should ask how to make such programs work better.