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Sandoz Certified Global Top Employer 2019

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  • Sandoz has been officially certified by the Top Employers Institute for its exceptional employee offerings globally
  • The Top Employers Institute is generally acknowledged as the global authority on recognizing excellence in people practices
  • This exclusive certification underlines our commitment to build a great place to work, based on a strong purpose-driven strategy
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  • Sandoz has been officially certified by the Top Employers Institute for its exceptional employee offerings globally
  • The Top Employers Institute is generally acknowledged as the global authority on recognizing excellence in people practices
  • This exclusive certification underlines our commitment to build a great place to work, based on a strong purpose-driven strategy

Watch: Healthcare Access Pioneer Doc Mae on Making a Difference for Children with Cancer

New short film by Sandoz, a Novartis Division, celebrates the work of Dr. “Doc” Mae Dolendo, a Pediatric Oncologist in the Philippines who has dedicated her life to treating children with cancer and finding ways to overcome healthcare access challenges
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Dr. “Doc” Mae Dolendo is a Pediatric Oncologist at the Southern Philippines Medical Center. She has dedicated her life to treating children with cancer and finding new ways to overcome the healthcare access challenges children, families and healthcare professionals face on the island of Mindanao. Doc Mae’s work is supported by World Child Cancer and Sandoz. Sandoz is proud to support healthcare access pioneers like Doc Mae.

Sandoz Expands Partnership with World Child Cancer, to Help Children Access Treatment in Four Developing Countries

Expanded partnership to help "even the odds" of survival for children with cancer in the Philippines, Myanmar, Mexico and Ghana
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  • Expanded partnership to help "even the odds" of survival for children with cancer in the Philippines, Myanmar, Mexico and Ghana
  • In developed countries, the survival rate for childhood cancer is 80%, while in developing countries it can be as low as 10%
  • Sandoz is committed to working with key stakeholders to pioneer novel ways of expanding access to healthcare
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  • Expanded partnership to help "even the odds" of survival for children with cancer in the Philippines, Myanmar, Mexico and Ghana
  • In developed countries, the survival rate for childhood cancer is 80%, while in developing countries it can be as low as 10%
  • Sandoz is committed to working with key stakeholders to pioneer novel ways of expanding access to healthcare

Novartis Access and Government of Uganda Sign Memorandum of Understanding

Novartis reaches agreement with Uganda to supply medicines that address the rapid rise of chronic diseases in the country. Uganda becomes the fifth country to launch the Novartis Access program.
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July 6, 2017 /3BL Media/ -- We are pleased to announce that Novartis and the Ministry of Health of Uganda have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to implement Novartis Access in Uganda. Novartis Access medicines will be made available to patients in public health facilities through the National Medical Stores and through faith-based health services. The program will also cover capacity-building activities, including NCD prevention, diagnosis and treatment.

How Smart Partnerships Can Help Us Fight Chronic Diseases in Africa

As WEF Africa gets underway, Harald Nusser, Head of Novartis Social Business, emphasizes how novel solutions between the public and the private sector are needed to effectively fight the rising epidemic of chronic diseases in Africa
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We all agree we need partnerships between the public and the private sector to meet the Sustainable Development Goals. Public-private partnerships (PPPs) require a better understanding between partners and innovation around institutional structures to ensure accountability, risk and benefit sharing, and value for money. These are fine words but, as the representative of a large, research-based multinational, I have found that things are not always that simple... 

Sandoz Announces Winners of Inaugural Healthcare Access Challenge (Sandoz HACk)

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  • Three winners, chosen by expert panel at Wired Health 2017 in London, identified innovative approaches to address access challenges in Ghana, the Maldives and the Philippines.
  • Winning ideas proposed novel ways to use mobile technologies to connect patients with caregivers and essential medicines.
  • Sandoz invited young people worldwide to “reimagine access to healthcare” – arguably the largest unmet medical need.
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  • Three winners, chosen by expert panel at Wired Health 2017 in London, identified innovative approaches to address access challenges in Ghana, the Maldives and the Philippines.
  • Winning ideas proposed novel ways to use mobile technologies to connect patients with caregivers and essential medicines.
  • Sandoz invited young people worldwide to “reimagine access to healthcare” – arguably the largest unmet medical need.

Sandoz Launches Breathe Africa Program to Improve Asthma Diagnosis, Treatment and Patient Outcomes in Zambia

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  • Non-communicable diseases like asthma are rising rapidly in sub-Saharan Africa where healthcare systems are ill-prepared to cope1 – Zambia is ranked #1 in the world for mortality due to asthma2
  • Increasing the medical expertise of local healthcare professionals is a quick and sustainable way to improve patient health outcomes3,4
  • Sandoz is calling on European doctors with an interest in asthma to volunteer for Breathe Africa
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  • Non-communicable diseases like asthma are rising rapidly in sub-Saharan Africa where healthcare systems are ill-prepared to cope1 – Zambia is ranked #1 in the world for mortality due to asthma2
  • Increasing the medical expertise of local healthcare professionals is a quick and sustainable way to improve patient health outcomes3,4
  • Sandoz is calling on European doctors with an interest in asthma to volunteer for Breathe Africa

Novartis Releases 2014 Corporate Responsibility Performance Report

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May 28, 2015 /3BL Media/ - Novartis has published its Corporate Responsibility (CR) Performance Report for 2014.

In response to feedback received from stakeholders on the company’s 2013 CR Performance Report, the 2014 CR Performance Report offers additional historical data and further consolidation of CR information, as well as an enhanced narrative to provide context for Novartis CR reporting.

Novartis Celebrates 19th Annual Community Partnership Day With More Than 27,000 Associates Volunteering in Their Local Communities

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  • More than 27,000 Novartis associates worldwide dedicate an estimated 200,000 hours to volunteer with charitable causes in their communities
  • Community Partnership Day symbolizes the company’s commitment to improving health and serving its local communities
  • Associates are participating in six continents and 63 countries in activities ranging from volunteering at hospitals, assisted living facilities, and schools to participating in blood donation campaigns and health screening activities
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  • More than 27,000 Novartis associates worldwide dedicate an estimated 200,000 hours to volunteer with charitable causes in their communities
  • Community Partnership Day symbolizes the company’s commitment to improving health and serving its local communities
  • Associates are participating in six continents and 63 countries in activities ranging from volunteering at hospitals, assisted living facilities, and schools to participating in blood donation campaigns and health screening activities

Sandoz Announces Training Program for Midwives in Ethiopia, to Reduce Maternal and Newborn Mortality

Summary: 
  • Approximately 400 mothers and newborns die in Ethiopia each day1,2 partly due to health workers’ limited knowledge in the area of obstetrics
  • Enhancing medical knowledge and skills of health workers helps reduce maternal and newborn mortality
  • Sandoz is committed to increasing access to high-quality, affordable medicines, as well as healthcare services and education for mothers and children
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  • Approximately 400 mothers and newborns die in Ethiopia each day1,2 partly due to health workers’ limited knowledge in the area of obstetrics
  • Enhancing medical knowledge and skills of health workers helps reduce maternal and newborn mortality
  • Sandoz is committed to increasing access to high-quality, affordable medicines, as well as healthcare services and education for mothers and children

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