How a $16M Nike-led effort could reshape Brazil’s health and economy

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

The program, unveiled Monday at the opening session of the Clinton Global Initiative Latin America summit, is hoping to improve conditions in Brazil, where by 2030 activity levels in children could dip 34 percent below 2002 levels. That could lead to shortened lifespans, losses in national productivity and billions in health care costs.

Source: Biz Journals (link opens in a new window)

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