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Men vs. Venus II: Leveraging NGO-Corporate Partnerships_Joe Miklosi_4.24.13 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Corporate1David Wofford, Vice PresidentPublic Private Partnerships – Meridian GroupandJoe Miklosi, Director of Government RelationsProject C.U.R.E.Mars and Venus II: Leveraging NGO-Corporate Partnerships forHealth in Developing Countries
  • 2. 2Founder: Dr. Jim Jackson
  • 3. 3PROJECT C.U.R.E. International HeadquartersCentennial, Colorado
  • 4. 4Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) History
  • 5. 5•Wall Street Journal, March, 2013 Article•Analyzed economic benefits of CSR•Bottom Line Benefit•Lipton Tea•Microsoft•Coca ColaCSR Economic Analysis & Case Studies
  • 6. 6• Customize and tailor CSR partnership to each partner• MillerCoors and the First Lady of Mexico• Mining/extraction companies and the social license to operate• Seaboard and a GDA partnership• CH2M Hill and the Panama Canal• Cemento Progresso and a USAID 2010, $2M, three-year grantPROJECT C.U.R.E.’s Corporate SocialResponsibility (CSR) Experience
  • 7. 7Saving Mothers, Giving Life Partnership Project C.U.R.E. met with 18 of the largest companies in Malawi the week of April8, 2013 to discuss Project C.U.R.E. and the Saving Mothers, Giving Life partnership Potential Malawi private sector partners with Project C.U.R.E. include: First Merchant Bank Press Trust and Press Corporation William and Morgan law firm (Action Aid) MNICO Global Metal 2PS Cargo Airtel and MTL Ilovo Sugar Rab Processors LaFarge Construction
  • 8. Let’s Continue Partnering and“Delivering Health and Hope to the World.”www.projectcure.orgDr. Doug Jackson, President and CEO ofProject C.U.R.E. with children8