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Disaster Resiliency: Learn How IBM and Bechtel Partnered in Puerto Rico

A Free 3BL Media Webcast, July 11
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WASHINGTON, D.C., July 5, 2018 /3BL Media/ – With the 2018 hurricane season under way, two large B2B corporations committed to improving long-term recovery from natural disasters are sharing lessons learned from last year’s devastating Category 5 storm in Puerto Rico and mapping their work to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

Join 3BL Media for “Responding to Disaster: IBM and Bechtel Partner to Address Resiliency,” July 11 at 2 p.m. ET.

This free webcast is aimed at corporate responsibility practitioners, policy makers, NGOs, and others engaged in disaster preparedness.
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With the 2018 hurricane season under way, two large B2B corporations committed to improving long-term recovery from natural disasters are sharing lessons learned from last year’s devastating Category 5 storm in Puerto Rico and mapping their work to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

Join 3BL Media for “Responding to Disaster: IBM and Bechtel Partner to Address Resiliency,” July 11 at 2 p.m. ET. This free webcast is aimed at corporate responsibility practitioners, policy makers, NGOs, and others engaged in disaster preparedness.

Disaster Resiliency: Learn How IBM and Bechtel Partnered in Puerto Rico in Free 3BL Media Webcast, July 11

Press Release

WASHINGTON, D.C., June 15, 2018 /3BL Media/ – With the 2018 hurricane season under way, two large B2B corporations committed to improving long-term recovery from natural disasters are sharing lessons learned from last year’s devastating Category 5 storm in Puerto Rico and mapping their work to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

Three Ways IBM Is Using Technology to Serve the Public Good

By Jen Crozier, President, IBM Foundation & Vice President, IBM Corporate Citizenship
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Technologies like AI, blockchain, and cloud are enabling us to make significant progress on many thorny social challenges.

But without thoughtful stewardship about how these powerful new technologies are designed, developed and brought into the world, they can also be disruptive in a negative way.

Companies that are leading the way in developing new technologies must also lead the way in ensuring they are secure, trustworthy, fair, and benefit all people.

Transforming Health Through Technology

IBM’s Corporate Service Corps collaborates to solve China’s emerging healthcare challenges
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The healthcare system in China is undergoing major reforms to improve access and affordability for its 1.3 billion citizens. The country faces a rising and increasingly unmet healthcare demand due to an aging population, an expanding middle class, growing urbanization, an emerging prevalence of lifestyle diseases, and progress towards universal healthcare insurance coverage.

IBM Recognized by LinkedIn: Where the U.S. Wants to Work Now

Article

This was an exciting week for IBM.

On March 21,2018, LinkedIn listed IBM as one of the top 20 companies where people want to work.

And earlier this week, IBM was the only tech firm to accept the coveted Catalyst award for IBM's commitment to advancing women in leadership and for our diversity initiatives around the world.  It is the fourth time IBM received the award.

IBM Recognized by 2018 Global RepTrak®

The Most Reputable Companies in the World
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Today, Reputation Institute announced the company's annual results for the Global RepTrak® 100 ranking. Reputation Institute is the world's leading research and advisory firm for reputation measurement and management services. The RepTrak® model analyzes the reputations of companies and the 2018 study is based on more than 230,000 individual ratings.

IBM was again recognized as one of the Most Reputable Companies in the World for 2018 and ranked #31 this year.

How AI Is Helping Control Malaria

Using a combination of advanced computer infrastructure and AI, we can deploy intervention strategies to combat Malaria
Blog

Bed nets, insecticides and repellents are all effective intervention strategies to control the spread of malaria, but with a continuously dwindling budget, how can public officials and policymakers know what to use – where and when – to be most effective?

Malaria is caused by parasites transmitted to people through the bites of infected mosquitoes. While it’s endemic in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), nearly half of the world’s population is at risk.

Forbes and JUST Capital Rank IBM No. 5 in America's Top Corporate Citizens

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"No one sector – whether government, business, academia or civil society – can tackle today’s challenges all by itself.

The Corporate Partnership Bringing Education and Technology to Rural Ghana

by Tori Utley, Forbes.com Contributor
Article

Many girls in rural Africa lack access to education due to factors like gender inequality and familial poverty. But for the past 10 years, a social entrepreneur and former educator in Ghana has been working to change that.

After observing the difficulty many young girls have while trying to access education and stay in school – as well as the lack of innovation in the educational system – social entrepreneur and Ghana native Kafui Prebbie believed he could improve education through technology – so he did.

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