The week of 16-19 May 2016 was an important week for girls and women throughout the world with the hosting Women Deliver's 4th Global Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark. It was also a milestone for our Motherhood Projects which incorporate the Alliance for Maternal Health Equality (AMHE), Safe Motherhood Week (SMW) and the Pregnancy and Medicine Initiative (PMI).
Break Dengue was awarded “Most Impactful Emerging Initiative” at the eyeforpharma Barcelona Awards. Break Dengue was one of 29 entries in the category, and received the honours “following a unanimous vote by the panel of international industry experts and patient advocates”.
As we (at the Synergist) aspire to bring more key players and initiatives together, we’ve been inspired to do more good by those who have used online activity to contribute to offline action.
When you first think about marketing you don’t associate it with a cause. However, there’s a type of marketing called cause marketing that’s becoming trendy.
Terrified of needles herself, Elizabeth Holmes has devoted more than 10 years of her life to developing a revolutionary way of testing blood that is not only quick, affordable, and accessible, but makes actionable health information available – with just a pinprick of a fingertip.