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At Cisco, we believe technology is the bridge to overcoming some of the world’s greatest challenges, and we’re proud to power Global Citizen’s movement to end extreme poverty. For nearly 30 years, we have invested in core issues we all share – the need for a home, food, clean water, an education, and the opportunity to make a living. Our hope is to create a digital economy in which everyone – regardless of gender, background or location – has the chance to thrive.
The contributions focus on supporting education, health care, and critical technologies. Read more
The lawyer and author is working to transform the criminal justice system. Read more
Nashin Mahtani, 27, is one of the young finalists in the running to win at the Global Citizen Prize. Read more
“We have proven that it’s possible to feed a continent. Next stop — 1 million kids a day.” Read more
The network connects students to opportunities that are unavailable locally using Cisco technology. Read more
One innovative young person working to end global poverty will win the $250,000 prize. Read more
A new three-year partnership will play a vital role to achieve the Global Goals. Read more
Cisco helps them stay in touch with their clients and optimize their business operations. Read more
Soso Luningo grew up in a house without electricity; today she’s the head of an IT department. Read more
Anudip, supported by Cisco, has trained more than 85,000 Indian women and youth. Read more