A Christmas Message from Dr. Robinson

“The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating impact on developing nations around the world. These countries, which were already facing a number of challenges, have been hit particularly hard by the crisis, as they often lack the necessary resources and infrastructure to respond effectively.

As the Executive Vice President of Philanthropy and Corporate Citizenship, for Neyius, I believe it is more important than ever to increase our giving to these countries post-pandemic. By providing support to developing nations, we can help them not only recover from the crisis but also build stronger, more resilient societies.

Whether through donations of money, time, or resources, there are many ways that we can make a difference in the lives of those in need. By working together and doing our part, we can help create a brighter future for all. Let’s not turn our backs on those who need our help most – now is the time to increase our giving and make a real difference.”

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on the developing world, with many countries facing a number of challenges as a result of the crisis.

One of the major impacts of the pandemic on the developing world has been economic. Many developing countries rely on exports and tourism, which have been hit hard by the global economic downturn caused by the pandemic. This has led to a drop in GDP, an increase in unemployment, and a decline in living standards for many people in the developing world.

The pandemic has also had a major impact on the health systems of many developing countries. Many of these countries have limited resources and infrastructure, which has made it difficult for them to respond effectively to the pandemic. This has resulted in a higher number of COVID-19 cases and deaths in the developing world compared to developed countries.

Finally, the pandemic has also had a significant impact on education in the developing world. With schools and universities closed in many countries, millions of children and young people have lost access to education. This has disrupted their learning and may have long-term consequences for their future prospects.

This is why now more than ever the Neyius commitment to The Courtney Jordan Foundation is to ensure the resources that are needed to spread, properly educated, and build entrepreneurs in the developing world increase in the new year.

Entrepreneurship plays a vital role in the process of rebuilding the developing world. Here are a few ways in which entrepreneurship can contribute to this process:

  1. Job creation: Entrepreneurship is a key driver of job creation, and this is especially important in the developing world, where unemployment is often high. By starting and growing businesses, entrepreneurs create jobs and opportunities for others, which can help to reduce poverty and improve living standards.
  2. Economic growth: Entrepreneurship drives economic growth by generating income, creating wealth, and increasing productivity. In the developing world, where economic growth is often slow, entrepreneurship can help to stimulate economic development and increase prosperity.
  3. Innovation: Entrepreneurs are often at the forefront of innovation, and this is especially important in the developing world, where innovative solutions are often needed to address challenges such as poverty, disease, and environmental degradation. By fostering a culture of entrepreneurship, governments and organizations can encourage the development of new ideas and technologies that can help to improve the lives of people in the developing world.
  4. Social impact: Many entrepreneurs in the developing world are driven by a desire to make a positive social impact, and their businesses often focus on solving pressing social problems. By supporting entrepreneurship in the developing world, governments and organizations can help to address a wide range of social issues, including poverty, education, and healthcare.

Further, rebuilding the developing world depends on a number of factors, and entrepreneurship is just one of them. However, it is an important factor, and by supporting entrepreneurship, governments, organizations, and individuals can play a key role in the process of rebuilding and improving the lives of people in the developing world.

We must as a company and organization come together under the banner of the power of volunteering. When we give of ourselves to help others, we not only make a difference in their lives, but we also enrich our own lives in the process.

There are so many ways to get involved and make a positive impact in our adopted communities around the world. Whether you have a few hours to spare each week, or you can commit to a longer-term project, there are opportunities for everyone to get involved.

So this year I encourage you to take the time to find a cause that resonates with you and get involved. Whether you are working to address a local issue or a global challenge, your time and effort can make a real difference. Together, we can create a better world for all.

Happy Christmas,


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