Mitra Proyek

World Heat Innovation Summit LogoWorld Health Innovation Summit (WHIS)
WHIS aims to support our communities to implement and deliver all seventeen of the Sustainable Development Goals in every country in the world.
In 2016 the World Health Innovation Summit was founded by Mr Gareth Presch. Based in the heart of Cumbria (UK) with an international career in healthcare systems, Gareth identified that people in the community would be better supported if they had more access to holistic solutions, in their locality. This is what we call community based person-centred care.
Taking a salutogenic approach to person centred health, Gareth recognised that there were four key cornerstones (Pillars) of which all needed to be supported, at the same time, by the same people: Economy, Education, Environment and Ecosystems.
African Innovation Foundation
The African Innovation Foundation (AIF) mobilizes innovators across the continent to release untapped potential in Africa. To achieve its goals, the AIF relies on progressive ideas, modern concepts and viable strategies. Two projects of the AIF include the Online Library of African Law & Governance (African Law Library) (, which aims to be the leading online portal for African Law and Governance, and the Innovation Prize for Africa (IPA) ( which mobilizes African innovators and entrepreneurs by providing a total of USD 150,000 to those who deliver market-oriented solutions for African-led development.
Associated Partners
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FPH Fondation pour le Progrès de l'Homme
The Charles Léopold Mayer Foundation for Human Progress (Fondation pour le Progrès de l'Homme) was established in 1982 by Charles Léopold Mayer's executor, Madeleine Calame, from the estate bequeathed by him. Its statutory purpose is very broad: to finance, through donations or loans, research and initiatives that contribute in a significant and innovative way to the progress of humankind through science and social development.


ECLOF provides credit to the poor and the excluded across the world.

It is a non-profit organisation focused on supporting human development and building sustainable communities.

Aiming to strengthen small and social income-generating enterprises, ECLOF offers fair terms of credit through supportive local networks. ECLOF also helps build essential community infrastructure in developing countries.

Founded in 1946 , ECLOF now works through National ECLOFs in thirty countries. ECLOF has over 100,000 active clients with an outstanding loan portfolio of over US$22 million.


Center for Business and Professional Ethics (CBPE)

The Centre for Business and Professional Ethics (CBPE) was established in 1997 as the Centre for Occupational Ethics. It was later repositioned as a Centre within the Graduate School of Management of the University of Pretoria. Currently the Centre is hosted by the Department of Philosophy. The CBPE operates as an interdisciplinary organisation, involving people from various academic disciplines and occupations who are interested in promoting Business and Professional Ethics. Its governing body is an Advisory Committee consisting of representatives from the different faculties at the University of Pretoria, as well as representatives from the broader community.

The Centre's aim is to play a leading role in addressing moral erosion in South African workplaces by addressing fraud, corruption and governance problems in both private and public sector organisations. To this end the Centre tailors programs that are geared towards facilitating the practical implementation of moral values in the various areas of business and professional life. In partnership with CE and BE at UP, the Centre provides training and consulting services in the areas of ethics management, corruption prevention, and governance and values-based compliance.

We commit ourselves to empowering people to become moral leaders in their places of work. We aim to inspire individuals and organisations and to equip them with the knowledge and skills they need to lead by example and to put structures and policies in place to strengthen the moral ethos of South African workplaces.