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.
Combating malnutrition and improving livelihoods in Nigeria
Linking Smallholder Farmers to High-value Markets in El Salvador
Harnessing innovation for accessible clean water in Kenya
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
Building an inclusive cupro textile value chain in India
Promoting Increased Trade with Agricultural Producers
Weather and agronomic data improves decision-making for millions of smallholder farmers
Empowering informal sector job seekers in India
Eco-friendly bio-toilets improving health and dignity for Indias poor people
Expanding access to safe drinking water for the base of the pyramid customers in Malawi.