Heineken's HIV/AIDS Policy EXTERNAL DIALOGUE third World Water Forum, which will be held in Kyoto in March 2003. The issues to be addressed range from education and information to agriculture and integrated water management. World Business Council for Sustainable Development Together with around 150 other international companies, Heineken is a member of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD). The Council aims to be a leading advocate of sustainable development and to encourage eco-efficiency, inno vation and socially responsible business practices. Heineken finds the WBCSD to be a valuable source of knowledge and experience. Global Business Council This organisation, of which Heineken is a member, seeks to establish relationships between governments, the United Nations, multinational non-governmental organisa tions and organisations working in the field of HIV/AIDS. Its object is to combine resources in order to combat the global HIV/AIDS epidemic more effectively. World Economic Forum Heineken International Medical Services is a participant in the Global Health Initiative of the World Economic Forum, which consists of the leaders of multinational com panies. A working group has been set up within the WEF consisting of specialists from various disciplines and countries, with the object of combating more effectively poverty related diseases such as malaria and tuberculosis. SIPA contribution of a private company 21

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