Sedentary lifestyles and a shift from traditional diets to fast foods may be behind an increase in cancer and other lifestyle diseases in the Middle East. See what Ooredoo and the Qatar Cancer Society are doing to fight it
In the U.S. we call it the American Dream -- the notion that working hard and playing by the rules will lead to prosperity. Today that dream is out of reach for increasing numbers of young people in the U.S. and around the world. Yet new research shows how six targeted philanthropic investments – including an early dose of technology – could change that.
There are 830 deaths every day from preventable causes during pregnancy and childbirth, according to the World Health Organization. Learn why the UN, GE and others believe more females in leadership positions can transform women's health outcomes – and how GE is using technology to help make it happen.
If you've ever traveled far from home and needed a doctor or emergency medical service, you’ll likely appreciate communications company Ooredoo's new smart phone app for its customers. The app provides 24/7 medical referral services for its traveling customers who need medical help.
Ooredoo has launched a cloud-based electronic medical records system which offers a variety of automated services for Qatar's healthcare providers. The company expects its new service will give medical professionals more time to spend with patients. Find out why.
Ooredoo subsidiary Indosat has joined with Facebook to bring Internet connections to the many Indonesians who have never had them. It's part of a Facebook-led initiative, Internet.org, to provide service to the roughly two-thirds of the world's population that don't have it now.
People don’t just have three basic needs anymore when it comes to getting their lives back on track after disasters. See what Ooredoo is doing in the Middle East to help disaster victims not only get faster access to food, shelter and clothing -- but critical modern needs as well.
The communications giant operating across markets in the Middle East, North Africa and Southeast Asia has challenged government and industry leaders to remove infrastructure barriers preventing people from accessing the Internet. Get the details.