The initiative is for the purposes of educating, informing and providing the next generation healthcare solutions to the world’s 7.3 billion citizens.
LOS ANGELES, April 09, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE)
CURE Pharmaceutical (OTC: CURR), an innovative drug delivery and development company, today announced a global healthcare awareness initiative with United Smart Cities for the purpose of educating, informing and providing the next generation healthcare solutions to the world’s 7.3 billion citizens.
Recognizing escalating healthcare costs, CURE and United Smart Cities will seek to promote education and innovation in delivering cost-effective and sustainable treatments to the world’s population.“CURE was founded on the principles of affordability and global accessibility of medications,” said Rob Davidson, CEO of Cure Pharmaceutical. “We are driven to finding healthcare solutions for people of all ages and demographics and we are honored to be in service to this cause with United Smart Cities. Our mutual goal is to invigorate health and elevate living standards through education and sustainable new technologies.”
“We are happy to add CURE Pharmaceutical into United Smart Cities’ private sector partnership pool,” said Kari Eik, United Smart Cities Co-Director, and Secretary General of OiER. “Health infrastructure is a key focus area for the United Smart Cities program, and we look forward to engaging with health solution providers from diverse sectors to jointly contribute to the development of robust, sustainable health infrastructure for smart sustainable cities worldwide.”
About United Smart Cities
The United Smart Cities program is a global multi-stakeholder initiative, established by the Organization for International Economic Relations (OiER) in cooperation with the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE) and other international organizations, cities, industry and finance sector. It is a unique platform that brings together international organizations, companies, governments and high-level decision makers to work together on one Goal: To support cities to become smarter and more sustainable and implement priority projects towards the achievement of the SDGs at the local level. The aim of the United Smart Cities program is to evaluate cities’ performances and set priorities for action, develop analysis of cities (city profiles), support strategies in terms of urban planning and priorities (action plan), project development, finance options, and investors’ engagement in cooperation with urban experts and the private sector.
For more information about United Smart Cities, please visit www.unitedsmartcities.org