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Cisco Impact Area | Critical Human Needs and Disaster Relief

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Humanitarian crises persist. Many people lack access to basic human needs: food, adequate shelter, and­ clean water. We empower nonprofits and social change agents worldwide to relieve these problems.

We support scalable technology solutions that help disaster-relief teams move faster and provide vital services to more people when disasters strike.

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Food Bank Employee Describes the Many Faces of Hunger
This post is from guest blogger Emily Kraft, Food & Nutrition Services Outreach Coordinator for the Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina, one of the hunger relief organizations Cisco employees support through the annual Global Hunger Relief Campaign.  I’m at the library on my lunch break, searching for a good book to read in my downtime.  My concentration is...
Dec 3, 2013 12:45 PM ET
Breaking Down Barriers to Children’s Healthcare in Brazil
Last week, Cisco launched its newest CSR program – Connected Healthy Children – Brazil. Much of the Brazilian population lives far away from major cities, so distance can pose a real barrier for children who need specialized medical care. For example, 41 percent of all...
Nov 12, 2013 8:45 AM ET
Cisco Employees Working Together to Solve the World’s #1 Health Risk
Hunger is the world’s #1 health risk, with 1 in 7 people going hungry worldwide. Hunger kills more people every year than AIDS, malaria, and tuberculosis combined. Close to 900 million people do not have enough to eat and 98 percent of them live in developing countries. Even in developed countries like the United States, 15 percent of households are food insecure, meaning its members have...
Nov 11, 2013 10:45 AM ET
Being Boring in the Water Sector Pays Off
A portion of this blog was originally published on WASHfunders.org  Data isn’t sexy. It doesn’t have the emotional appeal of water flowing from a hand pump for the first time into a child’s waiting hands. Nor does it have the “going viral” potential of ...
Oct 29, 2013 10:45 AM ET
Video-Equipped Mobile Clinics Bring City Doctors to Clinics
Today, the Wall Street Journal featured a video on Cisco’s Connecting Sichuan program, which revitalized healthcare with technology in Sichuan Province after a massive earthquake in 2008. The program included mobile clinics equipped with Cisco videoconferencing technology and uplinks. Today these clinics...
Oct 23, 2013 6:00 PM ET

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