Breakthroughs begin with curiosity: The 2018 State of Curiosity report

In 2016, Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany posed a challenge to us following a global corporate rebrand: How could the company demonstrate its transformation into a vibrant science and technology company? The ‘Curiosity Initiative’ was born and served as the lever to articulate the company’s scientific and technological innovations in a global and differentiating way, ...

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What can we expect in global health in 2019?

At the beginning of last year, we posed the question, “What will 2018 bring for global public health?” — to experts in global health, with answers ranging from threats to global health financing to the advent of breakthrough technologies. As we prepare for another year of uncertainty and change, we can be sure that ...

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Spotlight on corporate responsibility: Rabin Martin brings unique perspective to strengthen clients’ leadership in global health

Rabin Martin is proud to be a part of the Omnicom family, a company that is committed to promoting responsible practices and making positive contributions to society around the globe.  Our work was recently featured in Omnicom’s 2017 Corporate Responsibility report, showcasing how we work at the intersection of the private sector and unmet public health need to help our clients become leaders in health.
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New strategies for clinical research for the developing world

The objective of medical research is to develop interventions to improve the health of individuals, communities and populations. But many women, especially those who are pregnant, have been left out when it comes to testing the effectiveness of new medicines.  We helped convene a conference in Geneva, Switzerland to raise awareness and explore potential solutions on this issue.
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A multi-sectoral strategy for women and children’s health

In 2010 the UN Foundation, on behalf of the United Nations Secretary-General, retained Rabin Martin to design and implement a global strategy and effort to meet health development goals for women and children. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, along with global leaders from a wide range of sectors, joined in the launch of a concerted worldwide effort to save the lives of more than 16 million women and children.
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