Technologists see apps as the answer to third world problems

App developers there believe they have the answer to poverty-related problems. Smartphone technology, they say, can improve quality of life for the millions affected.

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Women and the water crisis

Women are at the front lines of the global water crisis, carrying the burden of water every day.

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Fighting poverty through education

Charity-funded, the school of St Jude is providing free, quality education to more than 1,500 of the poorest children in Tanzania.

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Mobile phone celebrates 40 years

There are currently five billion mobile phone users worldwide. But what does the future hold for this modern life necessity?

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Care Australia 2013

Care Australia seeks to help support some of the world’s poorest communities. Amelia Poxon joins us to explain what the organisation will be working on in the new year.

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Free the children

Free The Children began as a group of 12 year old’s dreaming of saving the world and now provides education to 55,000 children everyday.

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Poverty drives child labour in India

Millions of children in India continue to be driven into labour by poverty, as the world marks World Day Against Child Labour this week.

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Banderas joins the UN

Helen Clark, head of the UN Development Program (UNDP), has named Spanish actor Antonio Banderas as a “Goodwill Ambassador” for the global fight against poverty, MiNDFOOD reports.

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