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The most vulnerable groups affected by the pandemic: the focus of Laboratorios Viñas’ Corporate Social Responsibility activities in 2020


2020 was a year that left a mark on us all because of the new social, economic and public health issues generated by the global pandemic. Collectively, our value systems changed and our charitable activities multiplied, all of us aware of the complicated situation many people were facing. At Laboratorios Viñas, we continued to support social projects around the world, as described in our annual Corporate Social Responsibility Report.

For years, Laboratorios Viñas has followed the maxim of its founder, Pedro Viñas: to do everything possible to guarantee the health and well-being of the most disadvantaged and, at the same time, commit to providing pharmaceutical solutions that improve people's well-being. In 2020, this challenge became even more difficult and meant undertaking front-line activities to respond to needs resulting from the public health emergency caused by SARS-CoV-2 and complying with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Action on four continents: more necessary than ever

In a year in which daily life turned upside down and we quickly had to face up to a new normal, healthcare needs multiplied, as did the need for social projects with a global impact. Key activities were therefore carried out to improve the situation, with no limit when it came to time or location.

EUROPE: our activities in Europe were focused on Spain and Greece.




a) ZANZIBAR (Tanzania)







Laboratorios Viñas appreciates the work of all the essential service professionals who are on the front-line working tirelessly. We would also like to offer our condolences to all those who have lost a loved one due to COVID-19.

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