Corporate Citizenship is Siemens’ voluntary commitment in society

Corporate Citizenship is Siemens’ voluntary commitment in society

Corporate citizenship has been an integral part of Siemens from the very beginning. We strive to contribute to the sustainable development of the regions, in which we operate. The Project Asha in India is just one example of the many corporate social responsibility initiatives we have launched.

Non-profit solutions for a global community

Corporate Citizenship is Siemens’ voluntary commitment in society with the aim to advance societies by making our technology and knowledge accessible to more people around the world. As part of our commitment to social responsibility, Siemens donates some 21.2 million Euros annually. We strive to create shared value in every country, in which we operate, while strengthening our business performance. We build our commitment on three pillars: access to technology, access to education, and sustaining communities.

Siemens Smart Clinics – Social engagement that gives back

While most of us live in a safe and secure environment there are people who – due to long wars and other humanitarian catastrophes – cannot rely on the social and societal network around them to offer reasonable security and access to basic provision.

Siemens therefore has created a charitable program of elementary infrastructure that is designed to support societies in need of basic provisions: the Siemens Smart Clinics. An essential feature of these clinics is that, in addition to basic medical equipment, a secure energy supply and sustainable operation are guaranteed.

Thousands of patients will get access to primary healthcare in the future – a great success, based on a shared value approach integrating local communities, governmental authorities, NGOs as well as Siemens Healthineers.