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Our Vision


Pepal's vision is a world in which commercial, social and political agendas are aligned to achieve sustainable and scalable social change

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Our Vision


Pepal's vision is a world in which commercial, social and political agendas are aligned to achieve sustainable and scalable social change

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Our Question : Why?


We know the solutions, so why haven't the issues of today's world been solved? 

Why haven't we stopped the spread of HIV?
Why are children still malnourished?
Why do so many women still die in childbirth?

It isn't until agendas are aligned and resources all working in a unified way that we can tackle the issues at stake. 

Our Question : Why?


We know the solutions, so why haven't the issues of today's world been solved? 

Why haven't we stopped the spread of HIV?
Why are children still malnourished?
Why do so many women still die in childbirth?

It isn't until agendas are aligned and resources all working in a unified way that we can tackle the issues at stake. 

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OUR SOLUTION : WORKING TOGETHER


By bringing together global corporations and NGOs to develop leaders and solve challenging social issues, Pepal transforms lives and creates long term change in the Global South

OUR SOLUTION : WORKING TOGETHER


By bringing together global corporations and NGOs to develop leaders and solve challenging social issues, Pepal transforms lives and creates long term change in the Global South

WE BRING TOGETHER NGOS AND GLOBAL CORPORATIONS TO DEvelop Leaders and FIND Practical SOLUTIONS TO Challenging SOCIAL ISSUES.  

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Connect

We connect global corporations, NGOs and governments. We work to understand each partner, identify relevant social issues, align agendas, and develop ways to work together to achieve mutual benefit. Learn more

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DEVELOP LEADERS 

We develop leaders capable of driving change. We design and deliver transformational executive leadership and innovation programmes. During an immersion in the Global South leaders from global corporations, NGOs and governments come together to develop their leadership skills in an unfamiliar context and create innovations which achieve social impact. Learn more

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ACHIEVE SOCIAL IMPACT

We support the piloting of innovative social impact ideas co-created during Pepal leadership programmes.  We transform these innovations into practical solutions which have potential for scale and can improve the lives of the most vulnerable people in the world. Learn more

 

OUR PARTNERSHIPS

UGANDA: 
CARING TOGETHER

Janssen Pharmaceutica (Johnson&Johnson) & Baylor-Uganda

Pepal has been working with Janssen in Uganda since 2009.  With our NGO partner, Baylor-Uganda, we co-created ‘Caring Together’ which has improved the quality of health services delivered to 4.4 million people in remote regions of Uganda. It achieved this by strengthening the leadership, motivation and accountability of frontline government health workers.

Between 2015 and 2017 Caring Together received funding from Comic Relief to scale up. In 2015, we were awarded a Gold Medal at the Johnson&Johnson Trust Awards and in 2018 we co-hosted the International Summit on Leadership in Healthcare to share the project’s learnings.  Learn More

Baylor-Uganda , in collaboration with their international partners, Pepal and Janssen Pharmaceutica, have made health leadership a reality in our country. Thank you for the contribution that you are making.
— Rt. Hon. Ruhakana Rugunda, Prime Minster of Uganda

Tanzania:
cervical cancer

Roche & ICAP

The 'NJIA' initiative combines leadership development with a project to combat cervical cancer in north west Tanzania. 

Cervical cancer is the leading cause of death among women in Tanzania. 90% of these deaths could be avoided if screening and treatment were made available. 

The programme is developing Roche senior managers as well as leaders in the Tanzanian healthcare system. Learn more

 
It helped us truly ‘get’ our mission to reach patients not just as an intellectual proposition or as a business goal, but in a very intense emotional way and translate that into our daily efforts.
— Carol Zoner, Director of Human Resources, Roche

Myanmar:
HIV Care

Alliance Myanmar

Between 2016 and 2018, Innovation in Myanmar, ran four innovation workshops which brought together over thirty local NGOs involved in Myanmar's HIV response, with employees from a leading multinational.

In Myanmar, the majority of NGOs depend on foreign donors to survive, however a decrease in funding globally threatens the sustainability of NGO activities – this program supported local NGOs in Myanmar to become self-sustainable. 

As a result of the program there are now 35 Burmese local healthcare workers trained in leadership skills who are driving sustainable social change. Learn more

 
Our vision is to develop a “blue-print” for delivering quality, cost-effective and affordable services to those infected and affected by HIV, Hep C and TB, a model which can be scaled across Myanmar and the region.
— Dr. Alvaro Bermejo, Executive Director International HIV/AIDS Alliance
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NGOs

Pepal's NGO partners include:

  • International HIV / Aids Alliance

  • LEPRA Health in Action

  • MDH Tanzania

  • Ugandan Red Cross Society

Global Corporations

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

  • Johnson&Johnson

  • Roche

  • Nestle

  • IBM

Academic faculty

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

  • INSEAD

  • London School of Economics

  • Antwerp School of Management

 
Pepal has connected several different worlds, worlds which would never have connected otherwise
— Allan Ragi, Executive Director of the Kenya Aids NGOs Consortium (KANCO)
This is the most powerful executive programme that I have ever been on...Having a concrete project to work on meant that we were really making a difference, which felt fantastic
— Alison Hall, Marketing Manager, IBM
After the second day of working in a cross-cultural team, I was really confronted with myself and wondered how I could contribute constructively. Two days later I realized that I had changed my way of listening and planning.
— Wendy Sanderson, Janssen Infectious Diseases
 

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