Wherever we are, we strive to be a good neighbor, sharing the concerns of our communities and working to create a better future. Visit the countries where Chevron operates and you'll see schoolchildren in Angola excited about a science project, an entrepreneur in Kazakhstan starting a new business with the help of microfinancing and HIV-infected mothers giving birth to healthy babies. We demonstrate what a company can do to make a difference.
In partnership with governments, nonprofit organizations, and aid agencies, Chevron has invested in initiatives that help strengthen and improve the communities where we work. These investments are focused on three areas:
- Health – Healthy people create healthy communities. So we improve access to medical care and treatment and help strengthen public health systems. We also work closely with non-governmental organizations to support HIV/AIDS awareness, prevention, testing and treatment programs in Africa and Asia.
- Education – To help ensure communities can thrive in the 21st century economy, we promote education—especially in science, technology, engineering and math—as well as career and vocational training.
- Economic Development – We invest in microfinance programs and small business incubators that create jobs, promote self-sufficiency and lead to a higher standard of living.
Supporting Communities Worldwide
As one of the world's largest integrated energy companies, Chevron conducts business around the globe. Wherever we operate, we take our partnership with the community seriously. Our goal is to support initiatives that create mutual benefit and lead to shared progress. Our programs provide job training in Bangladesh, promote peace in Nigeria and grant scholarships in Vietnam. Use the dropdown menu below to find more detailed information about our community engagement initiatives in 36 countries.
Updated: June 2013