Intel Education Service Corps helps improve the literacy rate of women in Tanzania, educating and training girls like Glory Albert, who returned to her community after graduating from college to inspire other girls to achieve an education.
Intel’s Progress Thru Processors application lets you donate the idle portion of your PC’s processing power to researchers searching for cures for cancer, AIDS, and influenza or studying other research topics.
Great Lakes Cassava Initiative and Intel provide rugged Intel® classmate PCs to help educate farmers in Africa about crop diseases, restoring food security, and fighting hunger.
ChildFund International uses Ultrabook™ systems to fight poverty around the world, efficiently collecting and analyzing data to speed the delivery of food, education, and healthcare.
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Intel promotes cross-industry efforts to mine conflict-free minerals in the Congo and other countries to counter violence, genocide, and exploitation associated with the electronics production supply chain.
With the help of Intel® classmate PCs and Intel Education Service Corps, Orphan Impact connects Vietnam’s orphans with new education possibilities and a weekly computer training class, reducing the number of runaways from state-run orphanages.
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