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social good

Managed care Any benefit to the general public–eg, teaching and charity care, provided by physicians and health care workers
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Over the last 12 months, the Big Data for Social Good initiative has generated significant momentum among operators and UN agency partners, commented Mats Granryd, Director General of the GSMA.
Women are also more likely to be very interested in funds doing social good (50%) than are men (32%).
As a social good company, every product ordered through NBZ Apparel provides customers with an opportunity to support a cause of their choice.
I believe a President Sanders would elevate the cooperative idea and the consumer demand for more businesses to function similarly for the social good.
A new post, Minister of State for Happiness, will align and drive government policy to create social good and satisfaction.
Any steps we can take to encourage and support the creation of new ideas in ethical finance show the true power the financial community holds to promote social good.
This years summit is the sixth annual gathering organized by UNDP in more than 100 countries to bring together world leaders, experts and activists to share ideas on how to use new media for social good and thus expand UN conversations on global issues to include creative and innovative voices from around the globe.
The Social Good Summit" is a two-day conference examining the impact of technology and new media on social good initiatives around the world.
Social marketing has been proven to work and can influence communities for the greater social good.
If the world were to spend money equally across all 169 UN targets, it would do about $7 of social good for each dollar spent.