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Published on 1/3/17
ACCESS-HW founder and director Alene H. Gelbard recently established her own company, ACCESS Partnerships. ACCESS Partnerships will maintain the ACCESS-HW website and offer the following to provide businesses and community organizations with the tools, knowledge, and skills to partner for greater community and workplace well-being


Published on 12/1/16
ACCESS-HW team members recently completed a stakeholder analysis in India, South Africa, Brazil, and the United States to identify the business, public health, and cross-sector competencies needed by individuals to help organizations in and across the private, public, and nonprofit sectors to improve global health.


Published on 10/3/16
ACCESS-HW team members successfully completed the fourth annual Skill Institute on business-nonprofit partnership building September 30 - October 2, 2016 at American University.


Published on 10/2/15
ACCESS-HW team members will teach the third Skill Institute on pubic-private partnership building to graduate students at American University in Washington, DC November 6-8, 2015.


Published on 8/15/14
A case study on how ExxonMobil and Farabi partnered to improve access to clean water and sanitation in East Java, Indonesia is now available on our website.


Published on 4/25/14
Nestle Indonesia partnered with the Indonesian Nutrition Association to improve the nutrition status of children aged 6-12 through the Nestle Healthy Kids (NHK) programs across 17 areas in Indonesia. Their partnership story is now accessible on our website.


Published on 8/30/13
Company-Community Partnerships for Health in Indonesia (CCPHI) held the 10th HIV and AIDS Discussion at the National AIDS Commission Office on July 3, 2013. The theme of the meeting was Youth Reproductive Health and HIV prevention, with speakers from Unilever Indonesia and Yayasan Cinta Anak Bangsa.


Published on 8/15/13
Company-Community Partnerships for Health in Indonesia (CCPHI), in cooperation with PT. Kaltim Prima Coal (KPC) and the National AIDS Commission (KPAN), held the 1st HIV and AIDS Discussion on the Mining Industry’s HIV Prevention Programs


Published on 7/30/13
Bank Tabungan Pensiunan Nasional (BTPN), a national commercial bank, collaborated with the Indonesian General Practitioners Association (PDUI), a professional organization of physicians, in presenting their partnership titled “Daya’s Health and Wellness,” which aims to improve the health of senior citizens, mostly BTPN’s customers (aged above 60).


Published on 7/15/13
Kemal Soeriawidjaja, executive director of Company-Community Partnerships for Health in Indonesia (CCPHI),served as a resource person in one of the coaching clinics, “Youth Partnership: How to Build Youth Community Partnerships with the Business Sector and International Agencies.”


Published on 6/30/13
Company-Community Partnerships for Health in Indonesia (CCPHI) held its sixth Education and Business Forum (EBF) on April 30, 2013, focusing on the topic “Preparing a Digital Generation of Teachers.”


Published on 6/15/13
Company-Community Partnerships for Health in Indonesia (CCPHI) held the 9th HIV and AIDS discussion at the National AIDS Commission (KPAN) Office on March 28, 2013. The meeting discussed the HIV prevention program in the mining industry with presenters from PT. Kaltim Prima Coal (KPC) and PT. Freeport Indonesia (PTFI).


Published on 5/7/13
ACCESS Health Worldwide is celebrating five years of facilitating cross-sector partnerships in Indonesia. In five years we have created a community of more than 160 multinational companies and national companies, international and local NGOs that are working with each other...


Published on 4/3/13
Company-Community Partnerships for Health in Indonesia (CCPHI) facilitated its 20th Health and Business Roundtable Indonesia (HBRI) on March 5. Nestlé Indonesia together with its partner the Indonesian Nutrition Association (INA) presented their partnership, titled “Nestlé Healthy Kids Program in Indonesia”.


Published on 4/1/13
The Office of the Special Envoy of the President of the Republic of Indonesia for the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) held its 2012 Indonesia MDG Awards (IMA) ceremony on March 26, 2013 in Bali. Several of CCPHI's Health and Business Roundtable (HBRI) members featured prominently during the event.


Published on 1/31/13
An Education and Business Forum (EBF) titled “Entrepreneurship Program for High School Students,” sponsored by Company-Community Partnerships for Health in Indonesia (CCPHI) with GE Indonesia, took place on January 23, 2013. Hosted by GE and moderated by Muhammad Ihsan ofthe Indonesian Teachers Association (IGI), this fifth EBF drew 47 participants, representing 15 companies,7 NGOs, and2 educational institutions.


Published on 12/14/12
Company-Community Partnerships for Health in Indonesia (CCPHI) held its 8th HIV & AIDS discussion with Indonesia’s National AIDS Commission (KPAN) on November 28, 2012. The meeting focused on the Indonesia Partnership Fund (IPF). It was attended by 30 participants, representing 1 company, 1 health provider, 12 NGOs, 1 educational institution, and 2 government institutions.


Published on 11/13/12
Company-Community Partnerships for Health in Indonesia (CCPHI) facilitated its 19th Health and Business Roundtable Indonesia (HBRI) on October 24 in Jakarta. PT. Maligi Permata Industrial Estate (MPIE), a company that operates an industrial estate in West Java, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organization for Tropical Biology (Biotrop), a regional tropical biology research center, gave a presentation on their partnership, titled “Telaga Desa: Agriculture and Environment Education Park in Karawang International Industrial City (KIIC), Karawang District, West Java, Indonesia.” Riris Sundrijo from Pacivis UI, an NGO affiliated with the University of Indonesia, moderated the meeting, which drew 66 participants representing 13 companies, 23 NGOs, 1 association, and 3 academic institutions.


Published on 11/1/12
Company Community Partnerships for Health in Indonesia (CCPHI) held its fourth Education and Business Forum (EBF) on September 26, 2012. The forum, titled “Improving the Quality of Basic Education in Mimika District, Papua,” drew 54 participants, representing 7 companies, 13 NGOs, 3 educational institutions, and 1 association. The meeting was hosted by PT Freeport Indonesia (PTFI) and moderated by Muhammad Ikhsan from the Indonesian Teachers Association (IGI).


Published on 9/11/12
CCPHI Executive Director, Kemal Soeriawidjaja was one of the panelists at the Asia Pacific Development Summit held on September 3-5, 2012 in Jakarta. The theme of the summit was Public-Private Partnerships to Close Regional Health Millennium Development Goal (MDG) Gaps.


Published on 7/19/12
Company-Community Partnerships for Health in Indonesia (CCPHI) facilitated the 18th Health and Business Roundtable Indonesia (HBRI) on July 12, 2012. Danone Aqua, a bottled water company, hosted the event and Riris Sundrijo from Pacivis UI, an NGO affiliated with University of Indonesia, moderated the meeting. Fully 60 participants attended, representing 13 companies, 21 NGOs, one association, and one academic institution.


Published on 7/18/12
In July 2012, CCPHW changed its name to ACCESS Health Worldwide. ACCESS stands for Advancing Company Community Engagement for Sustainable Societies.


Published on 5/24/12
Company Community Partnerships for Health in Indonesia (CCPHI) and Pertamina Foundation (PF) held the third Education and Business Forum (EBF) on May 23, 2012. The focus of discussion was “Intel Teach,” a partnership between Intel and the Islamic University of Nusantara/Uninus. Fully 37 participants representing eight companies, 14 NGOs, and one educational institution attended.


Published on 5/10/12
Company-Community Partnerships for Health in Indonesia (CCPHI) conducted its 17th Health and Business Roundtable Indonesia (HBRI) on May 8, 2012. London Sumatra hosted the event. Fully 49 participants attended the meeting, representing 14 companies, 13 NGOs, and two academic institutions.


Published on 5/7/12
Our director, Dr. Alene Gelbard, has joined a group of practitioners who help guide a Master Degree program on Social Enterprise at American University in Washington, DC and serve as a resource for its students. CCPHW materials on cross-sector partnerships are the centerpiece of the program’s course on NGO-Private Sector Engagement.


Published on 3/29/12
Company Community Partnerships for Health in Indonesia (CCPHI) and Lembaga Kesehatan Nahdlatul Ulama (LKNU) held the sixth HIV&AIDS discussion on March 21, 2012. The discussion with the topic of “Working with Media” was attended by 34 participants from six companies, one association, one health provider, eight NGOs, one educational institution, one government institution, and one UN agency.


Published on 3/1/12
On February 22, 2012, CCPHI conducted the second Education and Business Forum. In attendance were 42 participants from nine companies, 13 NGOs, one academic institute, and one association.


Published on 2/10/12
Company-Community Partnerships for Health in Indonesia (CCPHI) together with Nestlé Indonesia held a discussion on “Malnutrition in Children from the Perspective of Health Economics" on February 1, 2012.


Published on 12/21/11
The fifth round of the HIV and AIDS discussion was held on December 12, 2011, hosted by Chevron. The theme of this discussion was HIV/AIDS workplace policy. Fully 46 participants attended representing 10 companies, 11 NGOs, two associations, one media organization, and one UN agency.


Published on 12/19/11
Company-Community Partnerships for Health in Indonesia has launched an Education and Business Forum (EBF). The Forum will become a community and network of companies and other organizations that share interests in education in Indonesia. Discussions will look for ways to improve education in Indonesia through innovative partnerships involving companies.


Published on 12/2/11
The knowledge and tools on partnerships produced by CCPHW have become the centerpiece of a course that is part of a US University's MA degree program on social entrepreneurship, advancing knowledge on partnership-building involving companies. Robert Tomasko, Director of the program shared his view on the materials with CCPHW.


Published on 11/15/11
Company-Community Partnerships for Health in Indonesia (CCPHI) conducted its 15th Health and Business Roundtable Indonesia (HBRI) on October 26, 2011 hosted by Nestlé Indonesia. Fully 61 participants attended the 15th HBRI representing 12 companies, 24 NGOs, two associations, and one academic institution.


Published on 11/9/11
Information on Special Interest Meetings is now available on the website under Building Knowledge.


Published on 10/13/11
The HIV and AIDS discussion Round 4 featured two interesting and compelling presentations from the Indonesia AIDS Coalition (IAC) and Rachel House Foundation (YRR).


Published on 8/3/11
CCPHI held the 14th Health and Business Roundtable Indonesia (HBRI) on July 25, 2011. The meeting was hosted by Chevron at its headquarters in Jakarta. Fully 61 participants representing 14 companies, 26 NGOs, one academic institution, and two associations attended the meeting.


Published on 7/25/11
We are pleased to announce that CCPHI is now officially an Indonesian NGO. The establishment of the NGO was approved by the Ministry of Law and Human Rights on July 11, 2011.


Published on 7/24/11
The third round of HIV/AIDS discussion involving Health and Business Roundtable Indonesia members and other organizations was held on June 28, 2011, hosted by Standard Chartered Bank.


Published on 5/26/11
CCPHI has joined the group advising the Office of the Special Envoy to the President of the Republic of Indonesia on the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and is the liaison between that office and companies and NGOs in Indonesia.


Published on 4/30/11
CCPHI held the 13th Health and Business Roundtable Indonesia (HBRI) on April 28, 2011. Fully 60 participants representing 13 companies, 29 NGOs, and one association attended.


Published on 3/15/11
CCPHI, in collaboration with Johnson&Johnson Indonesia and the Nahdlatul Ulama Health Institute, LKNU, successfully conducted the second in series of planned meetings on HIV/AIDS on March 9, 2011.


Published on 2/25/11
CCPHI, the National Democratic Institute and Indonesian Parliamentary Center conducted a Policy Forum Dialogue on February 22, 2011.


Published on 1/28/11
Fully 33 members of the Health and Business Roundtable Indonesia (HBRI) attended the most recent meeting on January 26,2011.


Website's New Host

ACCESS-HW founder and director Alene H. Gelbard recently established her own company, ACCESS Partnerships. ACCESS Partnerships will maintain the ACCESS-HW website and offer the following to provide businesses and community organizations with the tools, knowledge, and skills to partner for greater community and workplace well-being:  

Stakeholder Analyses to assess needs of businesses and community-based organizations to partner 

Cross-Sector Network Development for peer-learning on how to partner 

Case studies on existing business and community organization partnerships 

Courses, Seminars, and Webinars on how to partner