Across Atlantic Development (AAD) is a global non-profit organisation that works with its network of member companies and other partners to build a just and sustainable world. With its span across Europe, Africa and North America, AAD develops sustainable business strategies and solutions to global issues through dedicated research, advocacy/campaigns, consultation and collaboration with respect to Sustainable Development Goals. Learn more about AAD's sustainability development programmes, empowerment programmes, human right advocacy, poverty eradication, business and corporate social responsibilities and lots more.
The evolution of the world business development today prior to the idea of stakeholders lead to a new vision of
business emerging giving way to the way we think about business and its sustainability. This was an ideology and foresight for
business development towards realising a positive, community and social change which would be seen as a catalyst towards preserving
and restore human/natural resources, while ensuring human values, peacefulness, ecosystem protection, empowerment, equality, fairness,
while holding transparency and accountability as the tool towards development.
The core and fundamental believe is to work with companies and Non-governmental organisations for social, development, community, environmental protection, equality, while ensuring cooperate social responsibilities for these companies while giving back to the communities.
AAD was established to makes land safe, freeing people from danger and fear. More than this, AAD’s core goal is working in some of the world’s poorest communities makes it possible for children to go to school in safety, gives better access to health services, and empowers people to make a better living and further landmine and risk education. Crucially, it enables other organisations to safely deliver humanitarian aid and development projects.
Working on strategies at creating a better future for achieving high environmental quality goals. One requirement is that the activity is environmentally positive. We introduce, educate about solar panels, solar cells and other environmental and climate solutions.
This programme aimed to address policy makers' poor understanding of the needs and views of the youths with different ethnic, religion background regarding drug issues. AAD try to explore their views and develop an understanding of how to work with young people from different background for community development.
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