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Projects and Programs



A Tablet For Every Child

"The Tablet For Every Child" Program purpose is to provide supportive education for 250,000 children per year and their families around the world, leaving the legacy of love, prosperity and world peace. Learn more


"Seeds of Hope: Gardening for food in the Philippines ."  

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Internet for All:
Broadband Equity, Access, and Deployment (BEAD) Program

Geographically, US rural households with school-age kids were least likely to have high-speed internet, especially in the South, where 29 percent of households lacked high-speed internet, compared to 25 percent in the West, 24 percent in the Midwest, and 15 percent in the Northeast.  Learn more


Global Cities Initiatives 

With increased attention being paid to processes of globalization current cities and newly chartered cities around the world have come to be known as global cities. Linked with globalization was the idea of spatial reorganization and the hypothesis that cities were becoming key loci within global networks of production, finance, and telecommunications. In some formulations of the global city thesis, such cities are seen as the building blocks of globalization. Simultaneously, these cities were becoming newly privileged sites of local politics within the context of a broader project to reconfigure state institutions. Learn more

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