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The Developing Countries unit is bringing a dedicated GSK focus to expanding access to medicines for around 800 million people in developing countries. This includes the world’s 49 poorest nations as defined by the UN.
GSK supports a number of projects to improve health for people living in the developing countries working with NGO’s and governments to open access to healthcare.
We work with three leading non-governmental organisations – AMREF in East and Southern Africa, Care International UK in Asia Pacific and Save the Children in West Africa.
Working in partnership with these NGOs we re-invest 20% of profits from our sales in each developing country into the health infrastructure of that country. The aim is to improve health outcomes by supporting front-line health workers.
AMREF is Africa’s leading health Organisation with a global presence. AMREF’s vision is lasting health change in Africa.
CARE International is one of the world’s leading aid agencies. Its mission is to create lasting change in poor communities and to put money where it is needed most.
Save the Children's vision is a world in which every child attains the right to survival, protection, development and participation.
The Tony Blair Faith Foundation provides the practical support required to help prevent religious prejudice, conflict and extremism.
Vodafone enables customers in more than 60 countries around the world to get the most out of life's opportunities.
Barclays’ purpose is to help people achieve their ambitions – in the right way.