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Vodafone invests €20 million to advance digital skills and education across 13 European countries and Turkey
Vodafone announced today an investment of €20 million by the Vodafone Foundation to expand Foundation digital skills and education programmes by funding local initiatives in Albania, Czech Republic, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Turkey, and the UK. This investment is expected to reach 16 million learners by 2025.
When Regina George began experiencing intense labour pains shortly before she was due to deliver twins, she headed straight to the clinic near her home in rural Tanzania.
Reviewing the impact and progress of our global DVA policy
Vodafone Foundation is committing US$28 million (€23.7 million) to expand its m-mama ‘ambulance taxi’ programme beyond Tanzania for the first time to Lesotho and other sub-Saharan African countries.
As Porsche Formula E’s Official Communications partner, Vodafone has in recent years partnered with the iconic sports car manufacturer on several initiatives covering Formula E, the Mobil 1 Cup and the Porsche eSports Supercup.
Vodafone remains fully committed to supporting individuals and employees affected by domestic violence as reports of abuse rise following the outbreak of COVID-19.
Employee donations will be matched by Vodafone and Vodafone Foundation and will support charities – selected by our local Foundations – who are helping the most in need
Vodafone Foundation and scientists at Imperial College London team up to use crowdsourcing app to help in the fight against Coronavirus
Vodafone Foundation and Imperial College London scientists deploy DreamLab app to speed up coronavirus research
Mohamed Salah joins up with Vodafone Foundation and UNHCR as First Instant Network Schools Ambassador
Footballer becomes Ambassador for school programme that aims to give a quality education to 500,000 refugee and host country students by 2025.
Art students in Kenyan refugee camp amazed by live virtual reality ‘school trip’ to London’s National Gallery
Students from Kakuma Refugee Camp were given a specially created live and immersive VR tour of London’s National Gallery, over 6,000 miles away
Vodafone Foundation and UNHCR expand Instant Network Schools to benefit more than 500,000 young refugees
Vodafone becomes UNHCR’s largest corporate partner for Connected Education to support delivery of the United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals 4 and 17.
Vodafone Foundation Director Andrew Dunnett to assume additional responsibility for Vodafone’s sustainable business function
Vodafone Group Plc have appointed Andrew Dunnett to lead the company’s global response to the SDGs taking responsibility for the company’s sustainable business function in addition to the Vodafone Foundations programme.
Vodafone Foundation deploys teams of volunteers to provide much needed communications support to Mozambique in the wake of Cyclone Idai
Vodafone Foundation has mobilised two teams of trained Vodafone employee volunteers to Mozambique to provide communications support for the humanitarian relief programme following Cyclone Idai.
Today, non-profit Girl Effect and Vodafone Foundation publish findings of the first comprehensive global study into how adolescent girls access and use mobile technology.
VODAFONE FOUNDATION TO USE AGGREGATED ANONYMISED MOBILE DATA TO HELP PREVENT SPREAD OF EPIDEMICS IN TRANSFORMATIVE ‘BIG DATA FOR GOOD’ PROGRAMME
The Vodafone Foundation this week announced a pioneering programme in Ghana to use aggregated anonymised data to help the government track and control epidemics to prevent widespread outbreaks.
The Vodafone Foundation Instant Network is being taken to Pointe-à-Pitre in Guadeloupe to provide communications support in the areas worst affected by Hurricane Irma.
Vodafone Foundation's pioneering 'Ambulance Taxi' service reduces maternal mortality rate by a quarter, new research reveals
A first-of-its-kind ‘ambulance taxi’ service created by the Vodafone Foundation to save the lives of high-risk pregnant women in two Tanzanian districts the size of Belgium, reduced maternal mortality rates by 27% in its first year.
As Vodafone marks the 10th anniversary of M-Pesa, the world’s leading mobile money service, it was revealed that a record 614 million M-Pesa transactions were processed during December 2016.