There are about 245,000 street children living in 79 major Philippine cities. These children are faced with a number of difficult issues, from health problems to drugs. Many of them do not receive a school education and do not feel empowered to report the incidents of abuse or violence that they endure.
In São Paolo homeless young people have long been unable to become independent and access higher education. Teenagers exposed to alcohol and other drugs, violence, family problems, and who suffer from social exclusion are in a similarly disadvantaged position.
Students in Kumasi, Ghana have started to interact with American peers to share ideas and learn about other parts of the world, thanks to a partnership between the city, the Millennium Cities Initiative, Ericsson and African operator Zain.
Telma customers will benefit from differentiating end-user packages due to market unique convergence using Ericsson's first hybrid convergent system.
On March 25, at State of the Planet 2010 influential thinkers and leaders within science, policy making and business will debate the issues the global community must address in the drive for sustainable development.
The Stockholm Royal Seaport will be a global showcase for more sustainable urban development. Ericsson is a key partner to the project and will engage with an ecosystem of local industry players.
Weeks after January's disastrous earthquake in Haiti, the dust is still not settling. In fact, humanitarian agencies are working at an ever-faster pace to help residents return to their everyday lives. Ericsson Response is also continuing its work of restoring communications to aid the cleanup and rebuilding efforts.