Corporate Social Responsibility

Health Access International underwrites and complies with guidelines of international institutions such as the WHO, the OECD, the World Bank, the EBRD, the African Development Bank (ADB), the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) and Dutch FMO bank. We actively implement the policies of such institutions in our projects.

Health Access International works closely with its employees, clients, suppliers and subcontractors on all aspects of corporate social responsibility. We seek to make economic, environmental and social considerations an integral part of our decision-making.

We develop, design, build and equip the medical facilities people need. We work hard on creating affordable and sustainable healthcare for everybody by developing and building smart healthcare infrastructure.

we have a responsibility to keep our impact on society and the natural environment to a minimum. Together with our partners we promote and develop sustainable solutions.

Corporate ethics

We wish to be a responsible partner in society, demonstrating integrity and honesty towards our customers, employees, manufacturers, agents, competitors, shareholders and others who are affected by our activities. In conducting our business, we will comply with the highest ethical standards and be in compliance with international and local laws and policies.

Business ethics

We conduct our business in compliance with applicable laws and regulations. We will not (attempt to) influence decisions by means of illegal payments, bribes, kickbacks or other illegal methods. Any demands for or offers of a bribe shall be rejected.

Records of transactions are maintained in an accurate, complete and transparent manner in accordance with our accounting principles. No unrecorded funds or assets are to be established or maintained.

All staff refrains from any activity that can conflict with their responsibilities towards our company, and they do not seek personal benefits for themselves or others through their position

We will not use child labour or any other form of forced or compulsory labour. The minimum age for admission to employment or work shall not be less than the age of completion of compulsory schooling as set by national law and, in any case, shall not be less than 15 years.

Health Access International expects all its partners to adhere to the same standards of compliance.