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  • Writer's pictureCaline Malek

Using a business as a force for good is what many have managed to achieve in the region

  • LibanPost’s Khalil Daoud has an open letter to businesses: They must be a force for good to thrive in the future.

  • Alice Laugher, CEO of Committed to Good Global, which provides support to the humanitarian and development community in fragile and conflict-riven countries, also focuses on the empowerment of women.

  • For Hanaa Helmy, founding CEO of the EFG Hermes Foundation in Cairo, a non-profit organization that aims to help people rise above financial, educational and health challenges, sustainable development projects that advance SDGs are vital.

Arab News

Daoud’s changes saw LibanPost win several world mail awards, including the UN Global Compact (UNGC) — SDG Pioneer for Gender Equality and Economic Inclusion awards. (Courtesy: LibanPost)

“I hope that my position (in the UAE) not only highlights the urgent need for advancement in gender equality no matter the region, but will inspire other business leaders into greater action," says Alice Laugher, CEO of Committed to Good Global. (Courtesy: Committed to Good Global)

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