Worldwide, over 190 companies working in 66 countries, from social enterprises to multinationals, have responded to the BCtA by making commitments to improve the lives and livelihoods of millions of people in developing countries through access to markets, financial services, affordable healthcare, water and sanitation, education and other key services. These companies are market leaders that provide examples of successful, profitable and scalable models to reach the poor and contribute to the global development efforts.
Fast-tracking mobile and solar solutions in Papua New Guinea
Tackling youth unemployment in Kenya with work-study training
Supporting small farmers by promoting sustainable agriculture in Bangladesh
Providing livelihood skills development in rural India
Improving lives among Bali’s cashew farmers
Integrating thousands of smallholder farmers into agricultural value chain across Indonesia
Improving the incomes of small-scale chili farmers in Vietnam
Providing livelihood skill development for disadvantaged youth in India
Distribution of clean cooking technology through a partnership in Kenya
Providing skills training to Central and Eastern Europes unemployed youth
Increasing smallholder farmers productivity in Kenya through a technology package for irrigation, bio pesticides and fertilizer blends.
Expanding access to vision care in developing countries
Increasing the incomes of Vietnam’s small farmers through environmentally sustainable agriculture
Extending financial inclusion through branchless banking in urban India