Nestlé Pakistan won the primary prize at Living the Global Compact Best Practice Sustainability Awards 2020, for the fifth sequential time, declared by nearby part of UN Global Compact Network Pakistan, for its ceaseless responsibility towards UN SDGs and the ten standards of the UNGC inserted in the manner it conducts business.

“This acknowledgment means Nestlé Pakistan’s responsibility and commitment to the UN SDGs. As a signatory to the UN Global Compact for Ethical Business, we are focused on the networks for shared development and supportability,” said Samer Chedid, CEO Nestlé Pakistan on the event.

“Nestlé puts stock in the way of thinking of making shared worth (CSV). Our motivation is to open the force of food to upgrade the personal satisfaction for everybody, today and for a long time into the future, and thus CSV is inserted in our plan of action across our worth chain,” he added.

Talking about the organization’s new CSV and manageability activities, Waqar Ahmad, Head of Corporate Affairs and Sustainability, Nestlé Pakistan said, “As a component of our vision, for a sans waste future, we have resolved to make 100% of our bundling recyclable or reusable by 2025. We have cooperated with World Bank and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government to advance mindful the travel industry in the locale by driving new conduct through local area commitment, cleanup exercises, trainings and advancing reusing of bundling waste.”

As a feature of its maintainability venture, Nestlé Pakistan Caring for Water (C4W) activity, with its aggregate activity approach, banded together with associations in government, the scholarly world and non-benefit, to address the common water difficulties and introduced trickle water system in cultivating local area to save 428 million liters yearly, predictable with SDGs 6 and 17.

Then, the Nestlé-BISP Rural Women Sales Program has helped graduate 1500 BISP recipients out of neediness by giving them deals trainings and engaging them financially, in accordance with UN SDGs 3 and 5 – Good Health and Wellbeing and Gender Equality.

Praising Nestlé Pakistan on winning the honor, Fasihul Karim Siddiqi, Executive Director Global Compact Network Pakistan, said, “Nestlé’s responsibility and endeavors are totally lined up with UNGC standards of feasible strategic policies in Pakistan. I compliment Nestlé for advancing prescribed procedures in maintainability and adjusting them to Sustainable Development Goals.”

Living the Global Compact Best Practices Sustainability Awards is coordinated by Global Compact Network Pakistan consistently. The organization is presently invigorated with around 90 associations in Pakistan. This year the business maintainability unsettled was facilitated under the topic “Connecting SDGs with Local Business Goals”.
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