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CORPORATE SECTOR CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE GLOBAL EFFORT TO STOP TB Stop TB Partnership Forum CORPORATE SECTOR CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE GLOBAL EFFORT TO STOP TB Stop TB Partnership Forum Dr Kate Taylor, Director Global Health Initiative March 25 2004

WHO IS THE WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM? The World Economic Forum is an independent international WHO IS THE WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM? The World Economic Forum is an independent international non-profit organisation committed to improving the state of the world. The Forum provides a collaborative framework for the world's leaders to address global issues, engaging particularly its corporate members (the world’s leading 1000 companies) in global citizenship.

WHAT IS THE GLOBAL HEALTH INITIATIVE? Forum Members Automotive Chemicals Consumer goods Energy Food WHAT IS THE GLOBAL HEALTH INITIATIVE? Forum Members Automotive Chemicals Consumer goods Energy Food and beverage Information and communications Logistics and transport Media Metals and mining Pharmaceuticals Partners Increased quality and quantity of private sector activity against HIV Tuberculosis Malaria

WHY THE PRIVATE SECTOR? Companies can bring. . . Expertise Reach Resources • • WHY THE PRIVATE SECTOR? Companies can bring. . . Expertise Reach Resources • • Communications and marketing Distribution Project management R&D • • Workers and their families Surrounding communities Suppliers and contractors Consumers • • • In kind contributions of products and services People Cash Private sector as implementation partners - rather than ‘just’ donors

BUT HOW TO ENGAGE A NON-ENGAGED PRIVATE SECTOR? HIV Malaria TB Percent of firms’ BUT HOW TO ENGAGE A NON-ENGAGED PRIVATE SECTOR? HIV Malaria TB Percent of firms’ surveyed who expressed some concern about HIV, TB and malaria Source: www. weforum. org/globalhealth

BUILD A PARTNERSHIP OVER TIME Develop an offering Advocacy and outreach Establish a shared BUILD A PARTNERSHIP OVER TIME Develop an offering Advocacy and outreach Establish a shared vision Extend the participation Indian Business Alliance to Stop TB • Targeted core of committed companies • DOTS in workplace • Innovative contributions drawing on core business to support RNTCP district-by-district outreach

INDIAN BUSINESS ALLIANCE TO STOP TB STATEMENT Companies will review their workforce practices to: INDIAN BUSINESS ALLIANCE TO STOP TB STATEMENT Companies will review their workforce practices to: Make stopping TB a priority Openly share company TB programmes Partner to stop TB Recruit other interested companies · Review company policies to include TB · Build sustainable workplace programmes to treat TB · Integrate TB initiatives into their community activities Companies will share programme results to: · Enable recognition · Facilitate transfer of good practices · Create ongoing transparency (including reporting of detection and treatment rates) between business and other partners Companies will work with key partners from the public sector and civil society including: · World Health Organisation and Stop TB Partnership · Indian Ministry of Health, RNTCP and state programmes · NGOs Companies will develop a critical mass of targeted efforts to: · Increase numbers of companies with policies and programmes · Increase depth of participation by Alliance companies

ALLIANCE ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Indian Business Alliance to Stop TB Raising TB awareness Implementation ALLIANCE ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Indian Business Alliance to Stop TB Raising TB awareness Implementation of DOTS by business Public sector Expanding the Alliance Strong technical expertise Strong partnership co-ordination Companies Business organisations

ALLIANCE ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Public sector Technical support, provide TB therapy, monitoring/evaluation, increasing role ALLIANCE ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Public sector Technical support, provide TB therapy, monitoring/evaluation, increasing role in coordination Technical support, sharing model across SEARO Technical support, sharing model across STB Partnership Business organisations Corporate survey to overlay with RNTCP mapping Alliance initiation, advocacy and early development Companies Workplace and community DOTS programme covering 3. 5 M villages Adding TB to Foundation’s HIV workplace training activities TB programme to cover office and field sales staff Adding TB to HIV workplace activities National SMS campaign and hotlines, workplace programmes in plants DOTS for workers, community, and tribal village programmes TB workplace activities, developing policy and advocacy materials with RNTCP

POTENTIAL BENEFITS? CO-INVESTING FOR ARVS FOR MILLIONS Model • Company pays for employees’ costs POTENTIAL BENEFITS? CO-INVESTING FOR ARVS FOR MILLIONS Model • Company pays for employees’ costs • Outside donor pays for marginal cost of expansion to family and beyond Benefits • Companies support running costs • Programmes use or augment existing public facilities - thereby strengthening public infrastructure • Implementation is rapid and accountable Large companies Total employees (‘ 000 s) Multinationals Total employees and families (‘ 000 s) 130 780 x 5 - 6** Large nationals* • South Africa • Nigeria • Zimbabwe • Ivory Coast • Kenya • Ghana 1, 950 104 77 76 24 18 11, 700 624 482 458 144 108 Total 2, 370 14, 280 *Top 300 Sub-Saharan public companies **Assumed dependent ratio Source: Mc. Kinsey & Co. Think of the multipliers for SMEs and communities

POTENTIAL CHALLENGES? PERCEIVED RELEVANCE Asia Global Companies that are seriously concerned about TB’s impact POTENTIAL CHALLENGES? PERCEIVED RELEVANCE Asia Global Companies that are seriously concerned about TB’s impact on their firm and also see HIV/AIDS as a serious threat 74 % 84 % Companies that are seriously concerned about HIV/AIDS’ impact on their firm and also see TB as a serious threat 5% 4% Getting companies to engage on TB is a good entry point for future HIV advocacy. . . … but companies need a better understanding of the links between HIV and TB Source: www. weforum. org/globalhealth

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