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On Earth Day and every day, Teva is committed to being a responsible citizen of our planet. This means holding ourselves accountable to increasing energy efficiency, producing and procuring renewable energy, minimizing water withdrawal and identifying new ways to reduce and recycle waste. It also means providing our employees with a healthy and safe place to work.
As a pharmaceutical company, our operations and efforts are inherently connected to the environment, and we are dedicated to doing our part. Below are three position statements that detail our approach.
These positions reinforce our commitment to acting sustainably, treating our environment with respect and nurturing a world where people everywhere can enjoy healthier, better days.
We are incredibly proud that Teva Russia was awarded the prestigious Communication for Future (C4F) Davos Award 2018 in the "Reputation of the Future" category. Quality of life should be attainable for all, regardless of health conditions. The award-winning “Barrier Free” concept is how Teva Russia brings this vision to life, providing not only the broadest portfolio of high quality innovative and generic medicines, but also by offering convenient digital tools for patients and caregivers to manage their personal and family healthcare.
Congratulations to Manuel Allendesalazar, Forecasting Business Manager in Teva’s Global Supply Chain Center of Excellence, recognized as a “30 under 30 Rising Supply Chain Star”! This award from the Institute for Supply Management and Thomas highlights his valuable contributions as a talented young supply chain professional, and all he does to ensure that Teva medicines reach the patients who need them.
Story reprinted with permission from Thomas.net - http://30under30.thomasnet.com
The work being done by Teva’s Medical Affairs team is of vital importance, says its VP, Marco Avila
Echoing the aims of World Health Day 2018, Marco Avila, VP, Head of EU Medical Affairs, believes it is imperative to make “medicines available to as many people as possible.”
Teva IT specialist David Onamusi is putting his technical skills to good use to achieve #HealthForAll for World Health Day
David Onamusi is a man on a mission. When he’s not working as a digital business analyst at Ridings Point in Teva UK, he runs the Redefine Success Summit in Lagos, Nigeria. The annual entrepreneurs’ event focuses on the importance of health in business. “To me, Teva’s promise is about helping people to live better days. I see myself as one of the privileged ones – and this is my opportunity to give something back.”
Insights from Hafrun Fridriksdottir, Executive VP, Global R&D
Employees across Teva are making a difference by serving the communities in which we live and work every day. Social impact is a cornerstone of our business and we use our reach and expertise to create better days for patients, making essential treatments accessible and affordable, particularly for the most vulnerable populations. In 2017, our U.S. social impact activity was anchored by two signature initiatives, the Volunteers in Medicine (VIM) Partnership and the Community Partnership Program, both of which will continue into 2018. Additional programs include disease and therapeutically aligned initiatives, as well as Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) support, and product donations.
2017 was one of Teva’s most impactful years to date in terms of disaster support, patient support, STEM support, and volunteer initiatives.
Iris Beck Codner, Executive VP, Global Brand & Communications, shares her personal perspectives on work, women, and what’s next
Our Teva colleagues in Russia invited people with limited mobility, and those who care for them, to try out a new online service that provides information about accessibility in Moscow. They spent a day using the Access Map, and shared their impressions.
For the second year in a row, our health and wellness benefits in the U.S. are officially award-winning—a reflection of our mission to improve health, not only for patients worldwide, but also for our employees and their families!
Teva's Brendan O'Grady takes the stage at AAM Annual Meeting
On February 8, 2018, we reported Teva's financial results for Q4 and full year 2017, and provided the outlook for 2018.
Sharing our story at the largest healthcare conference
By Iris Beck-Codner, EVP Global Brand & Corporate Communications at Teva
As a company whose products impact the lives of millions of people, many of them managing serious health conditions, we are aware of how societal trends have transformed the way people relate to their health and have evolved their expectations of companies like ours.