Global problem solving through STEM: What Cisco’s nonprofit partners are doing to support learning at home
As school closures impact students, we realize how important it is for them to have access to quality educational content while they learn from home. Cisco's nonprofit partners like Science Buddies, Code.org, Technovation Families, and MIND Research Institute have developed engaging ways to learn STEM subjects remotely.
How a digital data collection tool is helping humanitarians
KoBoToolbox is a free, open-source digital data collection and analysis tool for the NGO sector. This tool makes it possible for disaster-relief workers to create surveys and collect data in any language.
How a game is inspiring the next generation of cybersecurity professionals
picoCTF is an online computer hacking game that challenges beginners and experts alike to solve real-life cybersecurity problems. Cisco enables picoCTF to gamify hacking and address the skills gap in cybersecurity careers.
How a nonprofit partner supports social enterprises so individuals can gain relevant skills
This group addresses the gaps in the entrepreneurial ecosystem, investing in and supporting social enterprises that provide employment opportunities for low-income communities facing isolation, discrimination, lack of job skills, and poor education.
How one NGO helps farmers use mobile phones to invest in a better harvest
myAgro is a Cisco nonprofit partner addressing critical human needs. Read on to find out how they are supporting smallholder farmers in Africa.
How a nonprofit partner in education uses tech to bring educational content to those without the internet
According to the World Economic Forum, more than four billion people lack access to the internet. At the same time, Open Educational Resources (OER) are changing the way people learn by offering free opportunities to anyone with an internet connection.
How a nonprofit partner in economic empowerment provides tech training to survivors of human trafficking
AnnieCannons is a nonprofit whose mission is to help women break the cycle of exploitation by providing skills training, hands-on work experience, income opportunities, and a supportive work environment.
How non-profits use technology to scale impact
This series of blog posts demonstrates how Cisco enables nonprofits to maximize technology for greater scale and impact by telling stories from our three portfolio areas: economic empowerment, education, and critical human needs.
How Housing First Provides Hope for the Future
Before Joanne Richards was homeless, she was the typical PTA soccer mom. For many, the path to homelessness often starts with a significant unexpected expense. Find out how Destination: Home both creates affordable housing and prevents homelessness using the Housing First model.