Author Archives: Siriwipa P.

Until Next time

I am so emotional today as it is my last day of my PULSE journey. In the past 6 months, I have built good friendship with many people who I met along my journey. I feel so connected to them and they become my life time friends. I did not expect that I would gain […]

Originally posted on GIVING & SHARING:
It has been nearly 4 months on my PULSE assignment. I have gained many experiences both personal and work life. I have built good friendship with my colleagues and people who I have met on my journey. I am sure I am going to miss them when I leave. …

Originally posted on GIVING & SHARING:
9-month-old Fatchima is being treated for severe acute malnutrition at the Save the Children supported stabilization center in Niger. Photo Credit: Jonathan Hyams Last week is another wonderful and meaningful week for me on my PULSE journey. Save the Children organized one of their signature events: Fastathon. Fastathon is…

Every Beat Matters

Originally posted on GIVING & SHARING:
I was so excited when I received an e-mail asking for volunteers to support Save the Children’s new campaign. I replied cheerfully without hesitation to join 🙂 ‘Every Beat Matters’ is a new campaign to raise awareness of newborn and child survival which will replace current campaign ‘See Where…

Deadly Numbers

Originally posted on GIVING & SHARING:
– 7.6 Million Children died before reaching their 5th birthday* – Half of these children are from only 5 countries: India, Pakistan, China, Nigeria and Democratic Republic of the Congo*   – Nearly 17% of all deaths are vaccine preventable^ – 15 Million Children were not immunized. Around 50…

Originally posted on GIVING & SHARING:
All GSK employees are familiar with this sentence as it is the hook of the song ‘Proud’ by Heather Small. We use this song as our corporate anthem. Every time I hear this song, my spirit rises and I feel so proud to be a GSK employee. Today, I…