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Future Health

The mission of BASF’s Future Health activities is to improve the quality of life for people around the globe through disease prevention. We accomplish this goal by working with the international community, including international health, government and humanitarian organizations. At BASF, we believe that science can be part of the solution to the increasingly complex challenges of feeding and protecting a growing population.

There are more than 200 million cases of malaria each year and almost half a million deaths. Infants, children under five and pregnant women are the most vulnerable groups. Nowhere is the problem more severe than in Africa with more than 90% of the malaria burden.

Our goal: A world free of malaria by 2040

On April 18, 2018, BASF, Bayer, Mitsui Chemical, Sumitomo Chemical and Syngenta announced their continued and strengthened commitment to research, develop and deliver innovative vector control tools to help end malaria for good by 2040.

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Eliminating Guinea worm disease

BASF has supported former US president Jimmy Carter's efforts to eradicate the Guinea worm disease since 1988 by supplying Abate® larvicide at no cost.

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Introducing the mobile testing device which had specifically been designed for its food fortification efforts.

Food Fortification

The Food Fortification Initiative is part of BASF and constitutes a flagship shared value initiative that addresses a humanitarian challenge in an economically sustainable manner in over 40 developing countries

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Helping Hands

Our Helping Hands aid campaign contributed to the fight against the novel coronavirus – as part of society, as a partner at our sites and as an international company.

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