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PATH is a Seattle, Washington-based international nonprofit started in 1977 with a mission to advance global health equity and transform health care delivery around the world through partnerships. In 2014, USAID and PATH launched the Healthy Markets... Learn More
Society glamorizes weight loss, but the opportunity to transform care will be grounded in weight management. What most people may not realize is that obesity is not a life choice or simply about willpower. With more than 90 years of driving... Learn More
The Coca-Cola Company is the world’s largest beverage company, with a portfolio of more than 500 sparkling and non-carbonated brands and an average of 1.9 billion servings a day. Sales of Coca-Cola products in Brazil currently represent seven... Learn More
Eli Lilly and Co. is an Indianapolis-based global health care provider founded in 1876 by Colonel Eli Lilly. Today, the company generates $21.2 billion in revenue1, and its 41,275 employees develop and manufacture human pharmaceutical products and... Learn More
Enel is a global leader in the generation and distribution of energy, and at the vanguard in the development of renewables. The Rome-based electric utility company, founded in 1962 by the Italian government which currently owns only 24% of capital,... Learn More

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Founded in 1992 by Alessandro Benetton, 21 Partners is a European investment firm with a local presence in Italy, France, Switzerland and Poland. Through country-focused funds invested in by international investors, 21 Partners invests in mid-market... Learn More
Noncommunicable diseases (NCDs)—or chronic diseases—are the leading cause of death globally. Their prevalence is growing fastest in low and middle-income countries (LMIC), where around 75 percent of deaths from NCDs occur. Unhealthy diets and... Learn More
U.S.-based global medical technology manufacturer BD developed a profitable and high-growth line of products that reduce the risk of needle-stick injuries and have contributed to a global reduction in related health care worker incidents. Learn more... Learn More
Mexico-based cement and building supply company Cemex pioneered an innovative model that profitably offers low-income consumers access to finance and materials for housing improvements while also integrating local workers into the sales and... Learn More
Founded to address childhood nutrition in U.S. schools, Revolution Foods has successfully developed a business that profitably provides healthy meals to school systems and retail-ready nutritious meal kits to major nationwide retailers, improving... Learn More

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