Exploring the links between international business and poverty reduction: The Coca-Cola/SABMiller value chain impacts in Zambia and El Salvador

2011
Page count
88
pages
Description

The report adopts the 'poverty footprint' methodology created by Oxfam which looks across value chains to provide a comprehensive understanding of how companies are impacting sustainable livelihoods, health and well-being, diversity and gender, empowerment, and security and stability, and all key dimensions of poverty. It details the positive impacts that Coca Cola and SABMiller are having in Zambia and El Salvador which includes job creation, the development of entrepreneurial skills and technical training.

Publish date
Authors
B. Grillo
Language of publication
English
Region/Country
Region
Global
Latin America and the Caribbean
Sub-Saharan Africa
Country
Zambia
El Salvador