How AWWA Uses the Cloud to Impact More

Learn how Microsoft supported Singapore-based nonprofit AWWA in revamping its IT infrastructure, and enabled it to better achieve its mission of helping the less privileged lead dignified and independent lives.

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Using Tech to Serve Communities Better

Find out how Microsoft technology partner NEEDeed supported SIF in streamlining their operations to help more people with disabilities find employment in Thailand.

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Saving Children from the Streets with the Cloud

Find out how Don Bosco revamped its information management system with Microsoft Azure to better track, rescue, and rehabilitate more missing children in India.

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Indonesian Nonprofit Takes Operations to the Cloud

Indonesian nonprofit YCAB Foundation has been expanding rapidly, and needed its IT to match the demands from its work. Learn how Microsoft has helped transform its IT to enable better programs and reach more underserved youth.

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Empowering Local Startups to help Bridge the Digital Divide

Four Asian companies recently received the Microsoft Affordable Access Initiative grant to aid their efforts in closing the connectivity gap in Asia. Learn more about what they do, and how they plan to use the grant.

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Imagine Cup Winners Bringing Healthcare into Homes

Winners of the Microsoft Imagine Cup 2012 recently announced a partnership with a company that would improve remote healthcare services in the United States of America. Find out how they are bringing healthcare services to American homes.

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Saving Lives in the Water by Saving Time with Technology

Surf Life Saving New Zealand Inc. strives to keep the beaches of New Zealand safe and enjoyable for all. Find out how Microsoft helps the nonprofit protect lives in the water.

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How to Apply for Microsoft Product Donations as a Nonprofit

Nonprofits can benefit from IT and productivity software to enhance their daily operations and maximise their social impact. Find out how you can apply for product donations and discounts with Microsoft.

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Using Technology to Combat Trafficking Worldwide

Human traffickers are increasingly taking to the Internet to lure victims, but the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and Microsoft are determined to use technology to beat them at their own game.

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