PLEDGES Archive

African Development Bank pledges full support towards success of Continental Free Trade Area

Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, March 23, 2018 – The African Development Bank celebrates with Africa and pledges its full support to achieve the success of the recently launched Continental Free Trade Area, as part of its strategy to help Integrate Africa. To accelerate trade facilitation, the Bank has invested more than $20 million over the past

Indraprastha Apollo Hospitals & Gautam Gambhir Pledges to spread Awareness for Organ Donation

Common Myths: ·      Only Heart, liver & kidneys can be transplanted ·      I have a medical condition, so I can’t be a donor ·      Organ donation disfigures the body and changes the way it looks in a casket ·      Organ donation is against the religion ·      As a Hindu, if I donate organs, I will

YES BANK pledges GBP 1 Million to LSE to support IG Patel Chair

YES BANK Pledges Funding the IG Patel Chair for 10 Years Funding from YES BANK to also Support work of LSE India Observatory YES BANK joins LSE’s Benefactors’ Board – the highest Accolade bestowed upon those who make Transformative Philanthropic Commitments to the School London, June 30, 2016: YES BANK, India’s fifth largest private sector

Transparency International welcomes Anti-Corruption Summit pledges and calls for immediate action

Transparency International welcomes the many commitments made today by the governments at the Anti-Corruption Summit as a positive step forward in the fight against corruption and calls for concrete actions to start immediately. “This is a good day for the fight against corruption, but there is more to do. Well done to the countries that

BHP BILLITON PLEDGES A$6 MILLION TO BUSH BLITZ II PROJECT

Alongside partners the Australian Government and Earthwatch, BHP Billiton Sustainable Communities today announced a A$6 million contribution to the second stage of the unique species discovery program, Bush Blitz. BHP Billiton’s contribution will be matched by the Australian Government, allowing the program to run until 2017 with A$12 million in funding. Known as Bush Blitz