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


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

  1. 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. 2. 2Founder: Dr. Jim Jackson
  3. 3. 3PROJECT C.U.R.E. International HeadquartersCentennial, Colorado
  4. 4. 4Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) History
  5. 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. 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. 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. 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