Social responsibility

At New Vision Solutions we believe in a holistic approach to doing business. Our success must be closely tied to the success and betterment of the countries in which we work. As each of us is connected to one another through an unimaginable network of families, societies, and nations, and our actions affect one another, so we see the importance of harmonizing our presence with those we would work among.

This principle of social ethics applies to every aspect of our company’s activity: from the expedited development of products necessary for the treatment of socially significant diseases, to our practices of multistage quality control and product price formulation, to the launch of our products in emerging markets, to our participation in the development and implementation of State medical supply social programs.

We believe in a holistic approach to doing business. Our success must be closely tied to the success and betterment of the countries in which we work. As each of us is connected to one another through an unimaginable network of families, societies, and nations, and our actions affect one another, so we see the importance of harmonizing our presence with those we would work among. Our day-to-day activities must serve to significantly contribute to the handling of the pressing social problems faced by national healthcare systems in low-income countries, including:

  • Limited public access to safe, high-quality, and effective medical treatments;
  • Lack of accepted standards of medical careand or pharmacoeconomic principles governing the use of medical treatments;
  • Ineffective quality and safety assurance methods for pharmaceutical products, and inadequate consumer protection against fraud;
  • Unethical, predatory business methods.

We form our commercial strategy so that it embodies the interests and needs of State and society and of our partners and staff. We hold that this is the only way we will do business.

We have deliberately bypassed employing “one-off” charity efforts in order to better concentrate on large-scale goals: consistent, qualitative and equitable change within a single, vital social sphere.

With this in view we have focused on three main areas of involvement:

  • healthy lifestyle promotion
  • stricter control over the quality of medical treatment
  • community and volunteer efforts.