There has been growing awareness of the social, environmental, and ethical impacts of today’s global supply chains. Our research explores shared value opportunities in which actors along the supply chain can experience economic and social gain.
Responsible Supply Chains
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Riders for Health
- Riders for Health services in Zambia increased health worker trips to villages, number of patients seen, and geographical reach, a VCII study found.
- In one of the least densely populated nations in Africa, Riders for Health maintains motorcycles to help health workers reach isolated populations.