This is how we help people thrive

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Setting ambitious targets is essential, but in the end, it is not about numbers, it is about improving people’s live. Please find here some videos of people talking about challenges they are facing, about their dreams and wishes and about how products, services or social projects by Bayer made a real difference.

More videos to come…

By your side in difficult times

Doddappa Hanumappa Adin is a smallholder farmer in India. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, he faced many challenges at work, such as limited but necessary mobility during the off-season. Bayer Foundation India supported him and others with training for crop cultivation.

„It could be your aunt or your uncle.”

Dr. Allen Steele Dadzie and Dr. Obed K. Bamfo from the Polyclinic Department of Korle Bu Teaching Hospital tell how they can better help ill people – thanks to a training und medical equipment provided by the Ghana Heart Initiative, implemented by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ). 

Follow your dreams!

Qin Aiteng from China was an accountant when she decided to do something completely new. Initially on her own and with plenty of skepticism from those around her, she now leads a successful farm for vegetables and is part of Bayer ForwardFarming.

Working tool: the own fingers

Neha Suri from India shares how she found a new purpose in life after she had lost her husband and her vision. Being part of the Discovering Hands initiative, she now works on the early detection of breast cancer.

Living a self-determined life

Where do I get the information about modern contraceptives? What are my experiences with them? Mildred Nadah Pita, Head Global Healthcare Programs/Sustainability Middle Africa at Bayer, and her team went out to speak to Joan Mutheu, Adoh Agoua and co. to answer these questions.

A look back

Growing tomatoes and sweet peppers for 20 years Hwand SunJa from Korea shares her experiences and difficulties in being a female farmer, debts and doubts and the importance of reliable partnerships.