UnitedHealthcare Global is committed to our relationships with Indigenous communities and through our focus on shared prosperity, reconciliation and friendship. We help Indigenous businesses to deliver extensive, best practice health care solutions to clients.

As of January 2017 we have formal partnerships with five Aboriginal entities spread across Alberta, British Columbia, and Northwest Territories continually looking for ways to participate in the community development dialogue, specifically around health initiatives. We are guided by the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) and the findings and recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada, as well as the International Labor Organization (ILO) Convention No. 169 on Indigenous and Tribal Peoples, and the Global Reporting Initiative Standard 411 on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.

Together, we can build a legacy of local capacity, wellbeing and economic opportunity for every community.

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Better Experience

  • We work closely with industry and Indigenous businesses and communities in their efforts to achieve free, prior and informed consent on projects and impacts in their regions by facilitating meaningful engagement with industry at all levels.

Better Health

  • Our approach is based on developing a long-term partnership that achieves good value and maximum efficiency for our clients, while always placing the safety and health and wellness of their people at its heart.

Better Cost Control

  • We believe that through our relationships and partnerships, we are endeavoring to work together to achieve self-determined health, social and economic goals that provide lasting benefits and enhance community capacity and ownership for Indigenous peoples.

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is the target Ghana has set for local participation in all aspects of the Oil and Gas value chain by 2020.

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Local Content and Local Participation in Petroleum Activities – Policy Framework, Ministry of Energy, Ghana


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