- Since its Launch in 2016, New Partnerships Bring Total Global CSR Program Contributions to JPY 19.7 Billion (Approx. USD 140.7 million) Across 24 Programs in 79 Countries
- More Than 23,000 Takeda Employees Voted on New Partnerships Selecting Ipas, Plan International, Pure Earth and United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)
- Global CSR Program Partnerships Help Takeda Advance Disease Prevention, Empower the Health Workforce and Strengthen Health Systems Across the World
Takeda( TSE4502/ NYSETAK) moment blazoned four new hookups to its Global Commercial Social Responsibility( CSR) Program, which makes long- term commitments to strengthen healthcare for people in developing and arising countries. Indeed the stylish conventions and hospitals are unfit to offer harmonious, applicable, quality care if people can not pierce them; a strong health pool, sustainable force chains, applicable coffers, and much further are crucial to erecting accessible health systems. Takeda’s pool is a critical part of the periodic decision- making process as further than,000 workers suggested to elect Ipas, Plan International, Pure Earth and United Nations Population Fund( UNFPA) as the FY2022 Global CSR Program mates.
Since launching in 2016, Takeda’s Global CSR Program has committed a aggregate of JPY19.7 billion( Approx. USD140.7 million) to 19 transnational andnon-governmental associations on 24 long- term programs that address further than 23 Sustainable Development thing( SDG) Targets in 79 countries. Takeda’s commitments to these new mates in FY2022 include
JPY 999 million( Approx. USD7.13 million) to Ipas to apply a four- time program to ameliorate access to and use of comprehensive sexual and reproductive health services for hard- to- reach women and girls in Ethiopia, Indonesia and Pakistan. By strengthening pool capacity, health systems and community support mechanisms, this program will address lack of access to quality sexual and reproductive health care which can lead to unintended gravidity, death and injuries from unsafe revocations, and other implicit loss of educational and profitable openings.
JPY 497 million( Approx. USD3.55 million) to Plan International to ameliorate access to health services for marginalized populations, especially girls and women passing complications from womanish Genital Mutilation( FGM), in Somalia. FGM has a significant impact on motherly and child mortality, especially in pastoral areas where there’s a lack of trained community- grounded womanish labor force. Over the coming four times, this program will strengthen health systems by operating mobile, essential inclusive age- gender- responsive health care services, as well as developing mobile/ outreach clinic norms and clinical guidelines for FGM operation.
JPY 1 billion( Approx. USD7.14 million) to Pure Earth to help cover children in Colombia, India, Indonesia, Kyrgyzstan and Peru from lead poisoning. moment, 1 in 3 of the world’s children have enough lead in their blood to beget endless brain damage, yet numerous countries warrant systems and specialized capacity to effectively address it. By strengthening countries ’ health care systems and training health professionals to identify, cover, treat and reduce nonage lead exposure, while educating parents, preceptors and schoolchildren, this five- time program will enable these children to have better occasion to reach their full eventuality.
This time’s mates participated
“ Ipas is deeply recognized to work with Takeda, which shares our commitment to a healthy and just world for all people, to expand access to quality, sustainable sexual and reproductive health care for women and girls in hard- to- reach places. This cooperation will strengthen the capacity of health workers, health systems and communities in Ethiopia, Indonesia and Pakistan, ” said Anu Kumar, chairman and CEO of Ipas.
“ Plan International’s new 5- time cooperation with Takeda in Somalia won’t only strengthen pastoral health systems through developing mobile/ outreach clinic norms and FGM operation clinical guidelines, but also enable Somali girls and women to make opinions about their fornication and bodies through mindfulness juggernauts and training, ” said Kiyoko Ikegami, president of the board of Plan International Japan.
“ Pure Earth is recognized to count Takeda as a mate. Together, we will equip five countries to estimate and identify children presently suffering from lead poisoning, undetected and unseen, so that the mending can begin. This is a important illustration of how public-private hookups can accelerate results. Takeda’s leadership on the nonage lead poisoning extremity is an poignant model to follow, ” said Rich Fuller, CEO of Pure Earth.
Reached further than10.5 million direct heirs;
Trained further than,000 good health professionals and community health workers;
Handed further than 1 million community members with targeted health education including on nutrition, water, sanitation, hygiene and sexual and reproductive health;
Immunized4.2 million children against preventable conditions similar as measles; and
Our mates are on track to reach 22 million direct heirs by 2027, furnishing lifesaving care for vulnerable women and babe, training health workers, precluding complaint, strengthening holistic support for deportees, and so much more.
About Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited
Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited( TSE 4502/ NYSE TAK) is a global, values- grounded, R&D- driven biopharmaceutical leader headquartered in Japan, committed to discover and deliver life- transubstantiating treatments, guided by our commitment to cases, our people and the earth. Takeda focuses its R&D sweats on four remedial areas Oncology, Rare Genetics and Hematology, Neuroscience, and Gastroenterology( GI). We also make targeted R&D investments in Tube- deduced curatives and Vaccines. We’re fastening on developing largely innovative drugs that contribute to making a difference in people’s lives by advancing the frontier of new treatment options and using our enhanced cooperative R&D machine and capabilities to produce a robust, modality-different channel. Our workers are committed to perfecting quality of life for cases and to working with our mates in health care in roughly 80 countries and regions.