This is the third article in a series of blog posts that describe how Cisco enables nonprofits to maximize technology for greater scale and impact. Our introduction to the series is available here. To read more articles in the series, click here. Stay tuned for next week’s post on how a nonprofit that focuses on education uses technology to scale.
We are working with stakeholders around the globe to bring breakthrough ideas to life in many areas ranging from innovative infrastructure to better health to economic empowerment. Our connections can bring the future forward faster, driving human and economic progress, and our employees, investors, suppliers, customers, governments, communities and nonprofit organizations are key to accelerating the invention and implementation of our mobile technology for social good.
The first-of-its-kind platform seeks to become the dedicated mobile destination for players and their passionate fans
MORE THAN 1,000 PLAYERS FLOCK TO INFIELD CHATTER,
THE NEW MOBILE SOCIAL COMMUNITY THAT BRINGS FANS
CLOSER TO MAJOR LEAGUE PLAYERS
–Groundbreaking initiative from Major League Baseball Players Association offers unique player-driven content, two-way player-fan engagement, fan contests and experiential sweepstakes, among other features in time for 2017 baseball season–
By: Regina Ennis, Director of Technical Project Management and Wireline Regional Infrastructure Deployment, AT&T
We kicked off the It Can Wait 16 in ‘16 Pledge Contest in October, asking AT&T employees to create a team, then generate as many pledges as possible for that team, via text. Regina Ennis, an AT&T employee in White Plains, New York was awarded the Champion of DOT (Do One Thing) for capturing the most pledges for her team, team CARE. Regina shares what winning the 16 in 16 contest and being a Champion of DOT means to her.
Project Surya effort to improve public health and slow pace of global warming provides rural women in India access to results-based climate financing
A multiyear experiment in healthier and more environmentally sustainable cooking practices among the world’s poorest three billion people has found key breakthroughs that can substantially improve women’s quality of life and slow the pace of climate change.
This tech company has figured out that social good not only helps the world - it helps their business too.
By Jessica Zemple
In today's day and age it is all about social good (or at least it should be). There are numerous companies that are leading the trend. TOMS is one of the most widely recognized companies doing social good with the concept of buying a pair of shoes and giving one to someone in need.
Recently, we gathered in Mexico City to announce the final results of the Qualcomm® Wireless Reach™-supported Dulce Wireless Tijuana (DWT) mobile health study in Tijuana, Mexico that were also published in the
As we pulled up to the fish-processing center, the rancid smell of fish seeped in through the closed windows and began to permeate my space and clothes. We stepped out of the van and walked around piles of dead fish lying in the sun to dry. I was appreciative of the breeze, although not so fresh, coming from the sea to save my lunch.