ICT in combination with a well-integrated corporate sustainability strategy can help tackle a range of global challenges. This is how we work with technological advancements to continue being a responsible and relevant driver of positive change on society.
We have integrated the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a framework for how we describe and measure our impacts on society. ICT can help achieve all the SDGs and by applying our technology and expertise, we’ve made a positive impact and supported the SDGs in communities across the globe.
Explore this section where you can find facts and figures, sustainability and corporate responsibility related reports, awards and recognitions. Check also our carbon footprint and the latest Carbon Disclosure Project. Our performance and progress are assessed according to globally recognized standards.
Connect to Learn is a public-private partnership that utilizes ICT solutions to promote universal access to quality secondary education in developing countries. In Myanmar, about 21,000 students was benefited in two years.
Connected mangroves—IoT in Malaysia
This project combines mobile, IoT and cloud technologies to enable real-time monitoring of mangroves. The result is better management of new sapling growth and communities that can act on environmental or condition changes.
Transforming Africa through ICT
All around the world, digital transformation is becoming a critical factor in long-term, sustainable economic development, and Africa is no exception. Hear from Dr. Hamadoun Touré, Executive Director at SMART Africa.
Millennium Villages Project
The Millennium Villages Project aimed to prove that it is possible to reduce extreme poverty in rural Africa through community-led development at the village level.
Mobile broadband effect on GDP
New report proves mobile broadband drives global economic development. 10% increase in the mobile broadband adoption ratio causes a 0.6%-2.8% increase in economic growth, according to a joint research project with the Imperial College in London.
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