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Students Build App to Ensure Classmates Don't Go to Bed Hungry

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Students at the Secondary School for Journalism in Brooklyn realized that over 78% of students at their school receive free lunch, but often have no way of getting dinner. Using STEAM, the students created an app in hopes of supplying students with meals after-school for free -- and they won a top award for it.

Building the Future, from Mother to Mother

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In the Limpopo Province of South Africa, Enel Green Power, together with the NGO Mothers2Mothers, has involved 13,785 HIV-positive women in a training and prevention programme. The aim is to reduce the transmission of the virus to children and to provide women with the tools they need to lead a healthy and productive life.

Mothers of the Atlas

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To prevent infant mortality through proper care and nutrition in Morocco’s Atlas Mountains, Qualcomm Wireless Reach developed remote ultrasound devices that doctors use during house calls in rural villages. As this video explains, they upload the sonograms to mobile phones and transmit them to specialists for second opinions.

Prince's Trust uses Oracle cloud technology to reach struggling youth

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The Prince's Trust is a UK youth charity that helps struggling young people aged 13 to 30 get into jobs, education and training. Watch a brief video to learn how the Trust uses Oracle CX Cloud to foster best practices that allow workers to spend more time with the youth they help.

Kitchen Social: Tackling hunger and isolation during school holidays

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The Mayor's Fund for London is calling on businesses and community organizations to support its efforts to reduce hunger and social isolation for disadvantaged children across London during school holidays. Deputy Mayor Matthew Ryder explains the campaign in this video.

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