Worldwide, 249 companies working in 73 countries, from social enterprises to multinationals, have responded to the Business Call to Action 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 with profitable and scalable models that reach the poor and contribute to global development efforts.
are new members with membership under a year old, or those who have reported progress in the past year
are those who have not reported on progress for the past two years or more
are those who have achieved their commitments within the timeframe of their BCtA membership
Bringing a career education and guidance solution to youth across India and connect their academic learning with career opportunities
Combating malnutrition and improving livelihoods in Nigeria
Promoting Sustainable Energy Access in Ghana
Linking Smallholder Farmers to High-value Markets in El Salvador
Bringing affordable healthcare home
Improving lives and livelihoods with better healthcare management in Chile
Tapping into the Market for Resilience
Harnessing innovation for accessible clean water in Kenya
Simple Personal Hygiene Solution Changing Women’s Lives
Offering essential nutrients for children and mothers to combat malnutrition in Ghana
Supporting Enterprise Development in Mining Communities
Providing quality, affordable housing for the low-Income sector in Pakistan
Closing the water treatment technology divide by bringing high-quality treatment systems and equipment to water scarce regions of Asia.
Providing hydro-powered, cost-effective irrigation solutions for small-holder farmers in the nexus of water, food and energy security
Rolling out online learning for eye care professionals
Building an inclusive cupro textile value chain in India
Promoting Increased Trade with Agricultural Producers
Ugandan-based tech company supports agricultural and agribusiness workers by providing access to improved packaging, ensuring better financial returns and reduced crop waste
Providing affordable working capital financing and low-cost logistics for Indonesia’s micro-SMEs by digitizing their offline transaction data in the traditional supply chain.