John Deere, Pyxera Global, the Government of Nigeria, and rural Nigerian communities share a vision—to achieve a food secure and prosperous Nigeria. To translate purpose into practice, John Deere and Pyxera Global created the Rayuwa program.
We stand on the brink of a climate crisis unparalleled in history. The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) delivered a chilling fact just yesterday: a 66% likelihood of breaching the 1.5-degree Celsius global warming threshold by 2027. This critical milestone, though potentially temporary, marks an alarming first in our climate change journey.
The world is facing a critical environmental crisis, and the time for bold, transformative action is NOW.
Discover how innovative business models, technologies, and collaboration can drive systemic change toward a truly circular economy.
In collaboration with Pyxera Global, the Mastercard Foundation initiated the MSME COVID-19 Recovery and Resilience Program (CRRP) in Ghana to tackle the economic repercussions of COVID-19 on Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs). The program aimed to boost Ghana’s economy by fortifying the MSME network and enhancing MSMEs’ capacity to revitalize, maintain, and expand their ventures.
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Through our Global Pro Bono (GPB) program, we provide mission-driven organizations with an external team of corporate consultants who are dedicated to working on a high-priority project of the organization’s choosing.
Three years into the pandemic and the world of work is still trying to figure out how to better engage and keep their employees. In 2022, as research evolved to include looking into “quiet quitting,” purpose and meaning became more often cited. One study found that when considering changing employment, while the pay was unsurprisingly the top factor, the next three top reasons were all related to finding purpose and meaning through work.
Skills-based volunteering programs achieve multiple objectives concurrently, and the success of each objective reinforces the others. It leverages one of your most critical resources—your employees—to make a difference while simultaneously increasing the value your employees bring to your own operations.