HP Commits $20M+ to Enable Quality Education

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HP Commits $20M+ to Enable Quality Education

Nate Hurst, Chief Sustainability and Social Impact Officer, HP Inc.
HP World on Wheels brings digital learning to children and adults living in rural and underserved communities in India.

HP World on Wheels brings digital learning to children and adults living in rural and underserved communities in India.

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Tuesday, July 25, 2017 - 8:15am

CAMPAIGN: HP | 2016 Sustainability Report

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For the 330 million children across the globe who are not currently learning basic literacy and numeracy skills, a quality education can be instrumental in breaking the cycle of poverty. The United Nations recognizes quality education for all (Sustainable Development Goal 4) as one of the most vital building blocks for sustainable development, opening doors to new ideas and better opportunities, enabling greater equalities, empowering healthier lives, fostering tolerance, and advancing more peaceful societies.

As leaders of the world’s most powerful countries meet in Hamburg this week at the G20 Summit to address inequalities and promote sustainable development, HP joins international advocacy organization Global Citizen in calling upon the G20 countries to outline their concrete commitments to deliver the Sustainable Development Goals, particularly in the areas of education, health and development, and the global refugee crisis.

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Keywords: Education | Decent Work and Economic Growth | Digital Literacy | Education for Women/Girls | Global Business Coalition for Education | HP Inc | HP LIFE (Learning Initiative for Entrepreneurs) | HP Learning Studios | HP National Education Technology Assessment (NETA) | HP World on Wheels | Improving Education Quality

CAMPAIGN: HP | 2016 Sustainability Report

CONTENT: Article