Daily CSR
Daily CSR

Daily CSR
Daily news about corporate social responsibility, ethics and sustainability

ExxonMobil Builds Stronger Society By Empowering Women To Reach Their Economic Potential


Women, when financially independent, invest for the welfare of the family and contribute towards the benefit of the society.

Dailycsr.com – 16 February 2018 – According to research reports women controlling their own incomes tend to invest the same into “health, education and well-being of their families”. In fact, these women also reach out to other women and help the latter to move forward, whereby contributing to create a “powerful multiplier effect” benefiting societies at various levels.
Ever since the year of 2005, the ExxonMobil as well as “ExxonMobil Foundation” have been providing financial help to developing countries’ women so that they too can accomplish their “economic potential” be a part in the drive towards “economic and social change”. Totally, both the organisations have jointly invested over “$80 million” so that global as well as “community-based” partners could initiate programmes that benefit “tens of thousands of women in over 90 countries”.
Furthermore, ExxonMobil has been open to recognise “opportunities” for leveraging its workforce worldwide, whereby utilising “core competencies in business management and technology” along with raising “awareness” on the importance of “improving women’s economic potential” in an attempt to take “this global agenda to the next level”.
While, the Ethical Performance:
“As a company, they approach building women’s economic opportunities through three program areas. First, the companies develops women entrepreneurs and business leaders through skills development training, mentoring programs, and businesswomen’s networks. Second, ExxonMobil invests in research that gathers the best available evidence on effective program interventions to help guide smart investments. Third, they identify and deploy technologies that accelerate women’s economic advancement”.