Protecting big cats, with bold actions

29 May

Some of the world’s largest cats: lions, tigers, jaguars and cheetahs, are facing serious threats to their lives and the environments in which they live. This is particularly important because cats, as animals at the top of the food chain, help maintain the delicate balance of the ecosystems all around us. They act as guardians…

         

New York Times ‘HEALTH FOR TOMORROW’ Conference

29 May

Delivering the best care of today and the better care of tomorrow to every patient around the world This week, on behalf of Jynwel Foundation, I attended The New York Times ‘Health for Tomorrow’ conference in San Francisco. We joined leaders from across industry, academia and government to discuss the challenges facing our global health…

                   

Democratizing healthcare through cancer research

02 May

There are seven billion people on our planet and chances are we all know someone who has been affected by cancer. To see a loved one thrown head first into the world of a disease that plays by no rules and offers no road map is heartbreaking. We most often hear of cancer as one…

                 

The Start of an Impactful Journey

02 May

Welcome to the Jynwel Foundation blog. My colleagues and I will be posting here from time-to-time, giving updates on the problems we’re working to solve. Our hope is that you will find the information educational and be inspired to take action yourself. One of the great privileges in my life is meeting people who come…

       

Forbes: “Can Big Name Philanthropists Save the Big Cats?”

02 May

The Kaplans, H.H. Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Jho Low, chief executive of Hong Kong-based Jynwel Capital, and Hemendra Kothari, chairman of Blackrock India, each pledged $20 million over 10 years to Panthera. Read more at Forbes.com.