|Deliver our targets and fundraising goals for Seeing is Believing - A New Vision.||Ongoing||Raised USD3.24 million in 2010, taking the total raised to USD7.9 million or 79 per cent of our fundraising target. Funds raised will be matched by Standard Chartered|
|Deliver on our Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) commitment to educate one million people on HIV and AIDS||Completed||Educated 970,000 people in 2010, taking the total number of people educated since 2007 to 1.6 million|
|Expand Goal to two further countries||Completed||Goal now runs in four countries – India, Nigeria, Jordan, and China – and reached 12,000 girls in 2010|
|Increase engagement in employee volunteering||Ongoing||Employees contributed 49,050 days of volunteering leave to their communities in 2010, an increase of 315% over 2009|
|Invest 0.75 per cent of the previous year’s pre-tax operating profit in community programmes||Completed||Community investment increased by 24 per cent to USD47.4 million, representing 0.92 per cent of our 2009 pre-tax operating profit|
Focusing on a carefully selected number of community investment programmes to maximise our impact, we work on three levels in the community:
Globally, 45 million people are blind, yet 80 per cent of these cases are avoidable. Seeing is Believing addresses avoidable blindness and is a multilateral public-private partnership with a current target of raising USD20 million to provide eye care facilities for 20 million people across 20 cities by 2014.
More than 33 million people are living with HIV globally, two-thirds in sub-Saharan Africa and 15 per cent in Asia – some of our key markets. Living with HIV is an HIV and AIDS education programme that seeks to reduce the number of new infections by giving people the facts to make safe lifestyle choices.
In many of our core markets, the ability of young women to participate in economic development is hindered. Goal is an empowerment programme that uses education and sport to help transform the lives of adolescent girls, improving their confidence, financial literacy and knowledge of health and hygiene, so that they can contribute to economic activity in their communities.
This seeks to reduce the number of deaths caused by malaria, by providing five million insecticide treated bed-nets to grass roots communities in Africa by 2013. When illness is reduced, more people can participate in economic activity, which boosts local productivity and wealth.
|Total (USD million)||FY 2007||FY 2008||FY 2009||FY 2010|
|Employee Time (non-cash items)||2.8||7.2||8.5||14.3|
|Gifts in Kind (non-cash items)2||-||1||0.3||2.1|
|Pre-Tax Operating Profit||4,035||4,570||5,151||N/A|
|Per Cent of PTOP||0.77%||1.20%||0.84%||0.92%|