NGOs

Pepal's NGO partners have included:

Businesses

Pepal's participants have come from global companies, including:

  • Burges Salmon LLP
  • Campbell Soup Company
  • Carbon Trust Enterprises
  • CIC
  • Cskills
  • East Sussex Fire & Rescue Service
  • Havi Global Logistics
  • IBM
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • Mettler-Toledo
  • Nestlé
  • NHS Blood and Transplant
  • Novo Nordisk
  • Pferdewetten
  • Pharos International
  • Roche
  • Sensorscope Sarl
  • Waterbridge Capital

 

ACADEMIC FACULTY

Pepal's faculty have taught at leading business schools, including:

  • INSEAD
  • London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
  • Antwerp Management School
  • Lorange Institute
  • London Business School

More about our NGO partners:

LEPRA
LEPRA works to treat, educate and support people in some of the world’s most deprived countries. Originally formed in 1924 with the aim “to rid the British Empire of leprosy” it has built on its extensive experience to address not only prevention and treatment of leprosy, but also other diseases of poverty including lymphatic filariasis, tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS and malaria. 

Marie Stopes International
Marie Stopes International is one of the largest international family planning organisations in the world. In 2008 alone, the organisation provided over six million people in 42 countries with high quality health services, including family planning; safe abortion & post-abortion care; maternal & child health care including safe delivery and obstetrics; diagnosis & treatment of sexually transmitted infections; and HIV/AIDS prevention

Baylor-Uganda
Baylor College of Medicine Children’s Foundation Uganda (Baylor-Uganda) is a Not-for Profit Organisation, a leader in providing family-centered pediatric and adolescent HIV/AIDS services in Uganda. It serves 23% of the total population of HIV infected and affected children in the country and is known for its high?quality, high impact, and highly ethical programs.

Grameen Foundation
Grameen Foundation was founded in 1997 by friends of Grameen Bank to help the world’s poorest, especially women, access financial services and technology solutions to enable them to break out of poverty. Grameen spearheads technology initiatives that create new micro business opportunities for the poor, provide telecommunications access for the world’s rural poor, and improve their access to health and agriculture information and other services. 

Uganda Red Cross Society
The Ugandan Red Cross Society is the leading humanitarian organization in Uganda. Since its inception in 1939, it has developed into a formidable, well-respected humanitarian agency. Today, it has over 200,000 registered members with one and half million beneficiaries of its interventions throughout the country. Within Uganda, it is partnered with the Ugandan National Blood Transfusion Service (UBTS) and plays a lead role in sensitising and mobilising communities and institutions to donate blood for free.

Send A Cow
Send a Cow works to empower and inspire some of Uganda’s poorest women to break out of poverty. The organisation creates sustainable rural development by providing training, livestock, seeds and ongoing support to help families make the most of the land and resources they already have. As well as teaching animal husbandry & organic farming, Send a Cow runs parallel courses in social and life skills, addressing subjects such as gender equality, conflict resolution, health and hygiene and HIV/AIDS awareness.

International HIV/AIDS Alliance
The International HIV/AIDS Alliance works around the world bringing HIV prevention, care and treatment services to the poorest communities around the world.

VMM
Vasavya Mahila Mandali (VMM), founded in 1969 on Gandhian principles, is a non-profit, non-governmental, non-political, non-secular organisation working for the all-round development of women, children and youth in Andhra Pradesh, India. Headquartered in Vijayawada, VMM was originally a family organisation set up by followers of Gandhi, Gora and Saraswathi Gora.The VMM network presently extends to more than 2,000,000 people spread over rural and urban Andhra Pradesh. Through its programmes and partners, VMM provides women, children and vulnerable youth in Andhra Pradesh access to a comprehensive range of services and empowers communities and individuals to build a better quality of life.

PACE
Program for Accessible health, Communication and Education (PACE), is a local non-governmental, non-profit organization registered in Uganda in 2009. PACE has programs in malaria prevention and treatment, reproductive health, maternal health, child survival, HIV/AIDS prevention, care and support, as well as humanitarian relief programming throughout Uganda. In 2009 alone, PACE’s efforts provided more than 194,000 people with a healthy year of life, prevented 283 maternal deaths, over 47,273 unintended pregnancies, 478,228 diarrhoea cases and 227,534 malaria cases.