Providing a pair of affordable high-quality reading glasses to poor pensioners.
The “double penalty of poverty” costs low income families between 1000 euros & 1100 a year ; the market penalizes society’s poor by requiring them to pay more than other households for the same products and services.
Providing low-income families with affordable and nutritious food and nutritional advice for their young children with a network of practitioners
In our country, essential products and services are still out of reach for poorer consumers. This problem is primarily due to the pricing system, and is more a question of access than it is of information and education.”
Martin HirschFormer French High Commissioner in charge of poverty alleviation, and currently Head of the Assistance-Publique-Hôpitaux de Paris (Public Hospitals of Paris Administration)
A company’s role is to create value but also to share it, in order to generate wealth, without creating more poverty, with a social welfare objective.”
Emmanuel FaberCEO of Danone