Building a Healthier World: Private Sector Solutions that Save Lives
Businesses play a critical role as stewards of health and wellness in their communities. Our latest report, Building a Healthier World: Private Sector Solutions that Save Lives, explores how businesses save lives through innovation, strategic partnerships, and a drive for creating a healthier world.
At the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, we believe that businesses are part of the solution to society's challenges. This year's health and wellness case study report, Building a Healthier World: Private Sector Solutions that Save Lives, is about just that - improving health care systems, treating illnesses, and increasing wellness on a massive scale. Themes explored in the report include:
- How to Build Healthier Communities
- Solutions for the Food Insecure
- Improvement of Water Safety and Sanitation
- Use of Data and Technology for Good
- Resolutions to Prevent and Stop Disease
Access the full report to learn how the private sector is addressing the chronic challenge of obesity and wellness in the U.S. and around the world. The report features best practices from leading companies including Amway, Aramark, Campbell Soup Company, DSM, Kimberly-Clark Foundation, Mondelez International, WellPoint Foundation, and more.
This case study report is the third in a series by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation Corporate Citizenship Center.
In addition to the full report PDF, we'll be featuring each article on our Blog, available here:
- USCCF: From Access to Water to Data for Good: Companies Lead the Way to Healthier Lives and Communities
- Blue Cross Blue Shield: Commitment to the Next Generation of Healthy Americans
- Campbell Soup Company: Collective Impact for Healthy Living: How Campbell is Turning around Health in Camden
- Mondelez International: Mondelez’s Call for Well-Being Health Initiative is a Must-Read Strategy
- DaVita: For Those with Kidney Disease, Instant Access Matters
The views expressed herein are those of the author and do not necessarily state or reflect those of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, or its affiliates.