The Elsevier Foundation is committed to inclusive health and research: supporting underserved communities around the world for better health outcomes and a more sustainable research ecosystem. Our programs respond to key challenges identified by the UN Sustainable Development Goals in science, health, inclusion and diversity. Read our latest news below. 
Rice for face masks and coconuts for building material? Eco-solutions for sustainable development
The winners of the Elsevier Foundation Chemistry for Climate Action Challenge - which supports the use of green and sustainable chemistry solutions to tackle some of the Global South greatest sustainability challenges - share their innovative approaches to waste and recycling. Read their stories.
New Elsevier Foundation inclusive health partnership with AidsFonds
Each year, 32,000 new HIV infections are registered in Indonesia, and more than half are people aged 15-24. The Tanya Marlo project works to reach young people and to ensure that those who are most vulnerable can easily access information, counseling and lifesaving care.
Creating an inclusive research ecosystem for the Global South
At 20, Research4Life continues to evolve amid the rise in research from the Global South and the growth of open access - supporting the UN Sustainable Development Goals’ call to reduce inequalities and ensure equal opportunities for all.
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