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SAP Social Sabbatical Team Reaches Out to Kenyan Businesses in Need

SAP employees from around the world in East Africa for a month to help address local business challenges.
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April 11, 2014 /3BL Media/ - This week sees a group of 12 SAP employees from around the world – including an applications performance testing expert from Israel, a software developer from France and a subject matter expert from Ireland – land in Nairobi to spend a month working with four local organisations that, in one way or another, are making life better for the communities they serve.

Case Studies: Clean Water Campaign Changes Lives in Ghana and Kenya

Corporate sustainability partners enable projects that install thousands of households water filters
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NativeEnergy’s Clean Water Campaign is improving the lives of thousands by installing water filters in homes across Kenya, Ghana, and other communities. Simple, proven household Hydraid water filters eliminate 90-99% of bacteria and parasites while eliminating the common practice of burning unsustainably harvested firewood to boil dirty water. Carbon reductions deliver additional value to address corporate greenhouse gas emissions goals.

Lilly Partners to Improve Life in Kenya

By David Marbaugh
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Lilly is proud to play a small role in supporting the work of a truly inspirational man, Joe Mamlin, M.D., and the organization he helped create to assist the people of Kenya that lack access to basic healthcare. 

Children International Launches Its First Container Library in Kenya

New Container Library Enhances Educational Opportunities for Children in Nairobi as Part of Children International’s Community Literacy Program
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Kansas City, MO, February 6, 2014 /3BL Media/ -  Children International is launching its first container library in Nairobi, Kenya, this week. The 40-foot container can house thousands of books and will give children in Nairobi the opportunity to increase their knowledge through reading. The new container library is only one part of Children International’s larger Community Literacy Program.

HP & Kenya's E-Waste Recycling Program

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HP's collaboration to develop the East African Computer Recycling Center will create hundreds of green jobs and protect health and the environment.

 

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Africa’s Vulnerability from Rich Prosperity

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The Westgate Shopping Centre in Nairobi, the largest city of Kenya, Africa, was brutally seized under attack in September by al-shaabab, an extremist Islamist group from Somalia with connections to al-Qaeda. The upscale mall symbolized strength and prosperity but more importantly hope for the people of Kenya. The siege lasted for four days with 67 dead and 200 people wounded. The attack was believed to serve as retaliation for the presence of Kenyan militants in Somalia.

How Web Conferencing Is Helping HIV/AIDS Patients in Kenya

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This post was written by Dr. Stanley Ndwiga, Outreach/Project Doctor at Gertrude’s Children’s Hospital in Nairobi, Kenya. It was originally published on the Huffington Post.

National Geographic, REVERB and Musicians Help Deliver Clean Water to 10,000

Early buyers keep innovative Help Build® carbon offset projects on track to reach goal of 20,000 lives changed by the end of 2014
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BURLINGTON, VT, November 25, 2013 /3BL Media/ – Through NativeEnergy’s Clean Water Campaign, National Geographic Expeditions, REVERB, and artists that work with REVERB have provided essential upfront funding for the installation of Hydraid® biosand filters in households lacking access to clean water. The Clean Water Campaign, using NativeEnergy’s Help Build™ project model, installs water filters in Kenya, Ghana, and Honduras with communities in Ethiopia and India under review for subsequent projects.

SAP Skills for Africa Class Graduates in Nairobi

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The first 52 students signed up for the SAP Skills for Africa programme have been presented with their SAP Certifications at a graduation ceremony held at Multimedia University. The Kenya ICT Board reports that the fully-sponsored programme, which kicked off late July is aimed at bridging the demand for specialised ICT skills in Kenyan companies and increasing the employability of youths..

Africa: SAP Holds Its First Skills for Africa Graduation

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In July 2013, SAP set embarked on a training programme aimed at bridging the demand for specialised ICT skills in Kenyan companies while also increasing youth employment. Today, the first group of 52 students were presented with SAP Certification at a graduation ceremony held at Multi-Media University. The 52 were fully sponsored by SAP through the programme. Also sponsoring the programme are the Kenya Ministry of Information Communications & Technology through the ICT Authority and Multi Media University.

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