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Corporate
Social Responsibility

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Sanofi

Sanofi House
44 on Grand Central Office Park
2 Bond Street
Grand Central Extension 1
Midrand 16

Tel: +27 (0)11 256 3700
Fax: +27 (0)11 847 5099

If your question is related to an emergency, please consult your doctor or emergency unit.

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Tel: 0800 601 228 (Customer Services)
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Special Projects

Prudence Selani, Head of Communications

Sanofi works closely, every day, with a broad range of stakeholders, patients, healthcare professionals, NGO’s, public health authorities, employees, and many others to improve access to medicine for all patients irrespective of financial status.
We believe that improving access to healthcare for as many people as possible, regardless of where they live or their ability to pay for medicines is a critical challenge, where we can make a difference. We have the expertise and the resources to do so, and our vast range of initiatives in this field speaks for itself.

Prudence Selani, Head of Communications.

 

TB Free campaign

INHIBIT TB: Launch of new community-based Healthcare intervention programme to fight against TB & HIV/AIDS in South Africa.
Tuberculosis (TB) causes more deaths among people living with HIV than any other diseases in South Africa. TB is the leading cause of natural death and a major factor in the drop of life expectancy.

 

Ikhaya Lethu

Working together with our business partners, Ikhaya Lethu Care Centre was built, the structure today is Ikhaya Lethu.
The passion and drive to help fellow South Africans continues to grow amongst the staff at Sanofi.

 

Manxili Clinic

Manxili Clinic

The Rorkes Drift project and Ikhaya Lethu have opened further opportunities; As a result, Sanofi has built a primary healthcare care clinic in Manxili, a rural area which has no fixed healthcare facilities. Sanofi aspires to bring better primary health care to this rural community, particularly in the areas of vaccinations, TB HIV and cervical cancer.

 

Rorkes Drift

Sanofi is more than just a pharmaceutical laboratory; Sanofi acts together with its partners to protect health enhance life and respond to the potential healthcare needs of the seven billion people around the world.

 

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SANOFI - A global integrated healthcare leader, focused on patients' needs

Sanofi South Africa - Corporate Presentation