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Global Health Initiatives

Health for all is a necessity. It’s central to human happiness and is probably the essential factor in developing individuals and society. In an article published by the World Health Organization in 2010, they recognize the importance of health for all. They aim to provide universal health services to individuals who struggle to pay for them.   Improvements in Healthcare …

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Business and Social Responsibility: How To Do It

Social responsibility has started to become the norm for businesses in the past few years – and deservedly so. Companies and even local companies have an obligation to their consumers and the rest of society. Maintaining a business that upholds social responsibility ensures a long-lasting and genuine relationship with your community. Not only that but if an organization is doing …

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5 Steps to Become a Sustainable Business

Sustainability is an integral part of every business. Companies are considering sustainability as a competitive advantage, and 64% of executives agree to this. As a business approach, sustainability can create long-term value for the organization. It also provides a competitive advantage in the ecological, social, and economic environment where the business operates. Becoming a sustainable business then helps the organization …

Global Health is Environmental Emergency

Global Health is Environmental Emergency Climate change is an inevitability that we’re going to have to face. But climate change isn’t just a matter of increasing heat and floods due to melting ice caps. No, climate change is also about the increasing amount of threats to our health that’s currently killing thousands—if not millions of people all around the world. …

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10 Urgent Global Issues That We Need to Address

Humanity is currently facing issues that need to be addressed urgently. These issues are creating devastating effects in different parts of the world. Therefore, if we do not do anything about it now, there will be irreversible damage that will happen in the future. Let’s discuss the ten most critical global issues that must be given attention to:   Climate …

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COVID-19 Lessons on Sustainability and Climate Change

As the world continues to face the COVID-19, we’re also facing challenges in different forms. Nonetheless, these challenges also provide lessons for sustainability and room for changes when it comes to shaping our response to not only the pandemic but also to climate change and other disasters. With this, here are some of the lessons and recommendations for sustainability:   …

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Key Actions to Improve Global Health

Clean and healthy humanity is the current goal of doctors and health officials alike in the entire world. As such, the UN is now taking action amidst the on-going threat of climate change by finalizing the rulebook for the Paris agreement. The health of the entirety of humanity is at risk, which is why urgency must be addressed ASAP. With …

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The Economic Impact of COVID-19

The economy is at a standstill with the current pandemic that is the Novel Coronavirus or COVID-19. Let’s take a look at how this affects our global economy so far.   Global Shares The stock markets are shifting, and shares are being sold and bought, which affects the value of pensions and even savings accounts. Investors are starting to fear …

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COVID-19 Crisis Management Response in Local Communities

The whole world is in crisis, and local governments are doing their best to stop the spread of COVID-19. Therefore, the coordination between communities and the government is essential in this time of need. According to the head of APCO Worldwide’s Global Crisis Practice, Eliot Hoff, principles and practices must be applied by the government and private institutions to streamline …

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3 Ways Governments Can Improve Healthcare in Developing Countries

Health is an essential aspect of the economy of a country. When the majority of the population is healthy, it would mean more productivity. However, healthcare in developing countries continues to be inaccessible to many. Some die because they cannot afford healthcare services. Some can admit themselves to public hospitals but have to suffer the poor quality of services due …