Listed enterprise software company TechnologyOne and the Australian arm of global non-profit organisation Opportunity International have helped 12,000 children living in poverty through their philantrophic partnership with the goal of ultimately reaching 500,000 children and their families in need.
The US-based global Information Technology and Innovation Foundation research and educational institute claims that joining the Information Technology Agreement — an international pact eliminating tariffs on hundreds of information and communications technology products — could boost the economies of developing countries by billions of dollars.
The continued roll-out of mobile microfinance services will lead to a surge in financial inclusion in some of the world’s most deprived regions, according to a new report from global firm Juniper Research.
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