The Global Health Initiative (Global Health Initiative, GHI) was launched by Kofi Annan at the Annual Meeting 2002. GHI’s mission is to conduct business with public-private partnerships to address issues related to HIV / AIDS, TB, Malaria and health systems. Henry Kissinger, in the ‘India Economic Summit’ World Economic Forum, November 2008, New Delhi. The Global Education Initiative (Global Education Initiative GEI) was launched at the Annual Meeting 2003 and brought together IT companies with the governments of Jordan, Egypt and India. This resulted in new hardware for the PC in the classroom and more local teachers trained in distance education. This is causing a real impact on the lives of children. The GHG model, scalable and sustainable, is being used as an educational model in other countries like Rwanda. Environmental Initiative addresses problems related to climate change and water.During the “Gleneagles Dialogue on Climate Change, the UK government asked the World Economic Forum at the G8 Summit in Gleneagles in 2005 to facilitate dialogue with the business community to develop recommendations to reduce gas emissions producing greenhouse gases. This set of recommendations, signed by a global group of executive directors, was presented to the leaders before the G8 Summit in Toyako / Hokkaido in July 2008. The Water Initiative brings together various stakeholders such as Alcan Inc., the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, USAID India, UNDP India, the Confederation of Indian Industries (CII), the Government of Rajasthan and the NEPAD Business Foundation to develop public-private partnerships to manage water in South Africa and India.In an effort to combat corruption, the Executive Directors of the engineering and construction industries, energy and metals and mining launched the Partnership Initiative Against Corruption (PACI) at the Annual Meeting in Davos in January 2004. PACI is a platform for exchange of ideas among peers on practical experience and solutions to dilemmas. Signed around 140.

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