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Opportunity
  • An international Fortune500 company focused on agriculture development and supplies required a partner to develop an evidence-based approach for a robust and meaningful corporate citizenship strategy on behalf of a new subsidiary company. 
Approach
  • Developed and recommended a unique framework for a central CSR strategy with decentralized execution based on results of the local needs assessments conducted in six strategic markets across Central America and the Caribbean, Africa and Asia. 
  • Identified four core elements of the CSR strategy – global programs, local community grants, employee engagement and disaster response – to promote thriving communities and vibrant futures for the client’s stakeholders through three main purpose pillars: empowering women, enabling youth and engaging communities.  
  • Advised the client on best practices to launch the new strategy, including community involvement and monitoring, and established relationships with nonprofits in each market to ensure successful execution. 
Results
  • Transformed client’s global CSR strategy by placing the focus on community needs. 
  • Targeted strategies promoted thriving communities by empowering, enabling, and engaging communities through the following methods: 
    • Benefited three separate pillars of their strategy through implemented Global Programs. 
    • Applied for local grants to improve school systems and increase clean water access. 
    • Encouraged employee engagement volunteerism and membership. 

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