During the third day of the Sustainability and CSR Week " Ecosistemas para la Sostenibilidad 2021", organized by the Fundación Empresarial para la Acción Social (FUNDEMAS), the theme of technology as a driver of human improvement was the protagonist. It was a morning marked by lectures that made it possible to visualize a sustainable future from a technological approach.
This morning, the Fundación Empresarial para la Acción Social (FUNDEMAS) started its most important event of the year: Sustainability and CSR Week, which this time is called “Ecosistemas para la Sostenibilidad 2021”.
Manejo Integral de Desechos Sólidos, MIDES as part of its commitment to the salvadoran society, continues to highlight the values of the Bicentennial celebration. In this month of september, the company has decided to join and share with the population, through beautiful postcards and messages that reflect the cultural wealth of the country.
Continuing with the decontamination of Lake Ilopango, the solid waste collection company (MIDES), moved to the town of Apansino to undertake the third day of activities.
The solid waste collection company, MIDES, started a deep cleaning day in Ilopango Lake, one of the most polluted water bodies in El Salvador.
PAILL, a 100% salvadoran pharmaceutical laboratory with more than 28 years taking care of the health of everyone in the Central American and Caribbean region, made an important donation of different types of medicines to Fundación Jerusalem.
Nestlé, P&G and Walmart Launch "Unidos por tu Bienestar" Program to benefit Central American HouseholdsWritten by Alondra Gutiérrez
More than 2,400 virtual medical appointments, access to free virtual chats with high-level specialists, educational capsules on health and wellness, discounts and promotional packs on essential products are part of the benefits of this campaign.
CABEI and ONU Mujeres made financial contribution of US$1 million for the growth of MSMEs led by womenWritten by Alondra Gutiérrez
The Covid-19 pandemic has had a general impact on the region's economy, particularly on small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), which are finding it difficult to access financial resources.
The total donation has a value of US$4 million and will be delivered in the five countries of the region where Walmart has operations: Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Costa Rica and Nicaragua.