CSR Program: UNICEF Angola | Takeda Pharmaceuticals

Two women having a conversation.

Helping protect the lives of 8.5 million people in Sub-Saharan Africa

Improving health data and information systems, strengthening procurement and supply chain management, and building human resources in health system governance

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The Program

Partner: UNICEF

Budget: 500 million yen

Term: 5 years

Launch: 2018

Area: Angola, Guinea, and Togo

Visit the UNICEF Special websiteGo to https://www.unicef.or.jp/cooperate/company/takeda_HSS/en/

While vaccines, anti-malaria nets and antibiotics save lives, strong health systems are essential to make them truly accessible, affordable and acceptable to everyone. In order to realize and achieve Universal Health Coverage (UHC), national health systems must shift from aid dependency to sustainable self-sufficiency, based on strong government commitment and the design and financing of a strong health system.

Woman receiving a vaccine. She is carrying a sleeping baby

Child being treated by physician, supported by mother

Leaders Driving Change: Henrietta Fore, Executive Director, UNICEF

Biography: Henrietta Fore is executive director of UNICEF. Previously, she was Administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and Director of United States Foreign Assistance. She has also held numerous leadership positions in the U.S. Departments of State and Treasury. She was Board Chair and CEO of Holsman International and led numerous international initiatives.

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