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  • riverflows
    riverflows
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    The environmental challenges facing the world today are so complex that business must partner with governments, civil society and NGOs to achieve breakthrough innovation. Through the voices of our partners, this is a story of some of our Company partnerships formed to preserve the freshwater river basin that feeds into the Mesoamerican Caribbean Reef. It features various aspects of our community water initiatives in that area, including water access, watershed protection (reforestation) and water for productive use.
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  • The Global Business Institute
    The Global Business Institute
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    August 9, 2012 - The Coca-Cola MENA (Middle East & North Africa) Scholars program was implemented in 2012 to help support entrepreneurship among Moroccan, Algerian, Tunisian, Egyptian, Jordanian and Palestinian college students. In an effort to support and to empower the next generation of business and social entrepreneurs across the region, in 2012 The Coca-Cola Company & the State Department have partnered with the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University to develop a one-month entrepreneurship education program for 100 Arab college students. To apply for the scholarship, students submitted ideas about how to "Make Tomorrow Better" in their country by creating a new business or a new community initiative that responds to a specific local need. Almost 5,000 students from across the region submitted ideas via social media, and the US embassy in each country chose the finalists. At Indiana University the students developed business plans to implement their ideas when they returned to their home countries upon completion of the program.
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  • The Coca-Cola MENA Scholars Program
    The Coca-Cola MENA Scholars Program
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    August 9, 2012 - The Coca-Cola MENA (Middle East & North Africa) Scholars program was implemented in 2012 to help support entrepreneurship among Moroccan, Algerian, Tunisian, Egyptian, Jordanian and Palestinian college students. In an effort to support and to empower the next generation of business and social entrepreneurs across the region, in 2012 The Coca-Cola Company & the State Department have partnered with the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University to develop a one-month entrepreneurship education program for 100 Arab college students. To apply for the scholarship, students submitted ideas about how to "Make Tomorrow Better" in their country by creating a new business or a new community initiative that responds to a specific local need. Almost 5,000 students from across the region submitted ideas via social media, and the US embassy in each country chose the finalists. At Indiana University the students developed business plans to implement their ideas when they returned to their home countries upon completion of the program.
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