In their ESG report, Organon introduced their ESG platform and details how they want to help women fulfill their potential with better health. The report was published to coincide with Organon’s one year anniversary and reflects the company’s vision to create a better world for all women.
The unique, only global women’s healthcare company in its field is able to provide key advancements in women’s health. The features include medicines and complementary programs that improve wellness, as well as making strategic partnerships to introduce and advance gender equity.
Organon gives women the opportunity to make their voices heard. They’ve invested in treatments that we need, like family planning and post-partum hemorrhage, and will continue to strive for innovation in areas that exclude women from getting proper treatment.
The company has recently partnered with local authorities and industry partners to raise awareness for women’s health. This commitment is in line with the ESG report issued by Organon which details their plans for this initiative.
Highlights of Organon’s one-year success
Organon wants to provide contraceptive access for 100 million women in the world’s least developed countries by 2030. To do this, they are working with global organizations to educate and provide information about family planning as well as giving low-cost contraceptives.
Organon aims to redefine healthcare with innovative solutions aimed at women’s health. The organization will dedicate most of its pre-clinical and clinical development towards unmet needs in this area, including postpartum hemorrhage, endometriosis and pre-term labor.
Expand access to treatment options through developmental partnerships and work with global partners to improve fertility treatments.
Provide women with better opportunities for advancement in healthcare. There are good strides in making the company more diverse, and 40% of the employees in the region consist of women.
The company wants to reduce its carbon footprint. The company strives to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions by transitioning to a low carbon economy, while also incorporating water stewardship and circular economy principles into their business models. Short term and long term actions were discussed in the report outlining how they will meet this ambition.
Uphold the following ethics and integrity throughout its business-
“We have a strong commitment to both corporate and societal goals,” says Board Chairman Carrie Cox. “It is just one year after the company’s establishment, but we are pleased to publish our ESG report and highlight the improvement of women’s and girl’s health.”