Revealed: How the world’s poorest people face a bill of US$321 for beans over rice Singapore – October 16, 2017 – The cost of a plate of food in the world’s poorest countries can reach hundreds of US dollars in purchasing power equivalent, new research from the World Food Programme and Mastercard has shown. The …
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Girls enter the world of data analytics, encryption and cryptology to solve real-life challenges in workshops hosted by Mastercard employees Singapore, 11 October 2017 – Following its debut in Singapore and China in 2016, the Mastercard Girls4Tech™ program has returned for the second year in renewed partnerships with the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE), Singapore …
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Girls4Tech™Workshops, Regional Partnerships Drive Effort to Engage, Enable and Empower Women across the Globe Singapore, 11 October 2017 – Mastercard today set a goal to reach 200,000 girls aged 10-13 around the world with its signature Girls4Tech™ program by 2020. The commitment was made as the company kicked off a global marathon of STEM (science, …
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Singapore, 4 September 2017 – Keen to nurture future generations, consumers across Asia Pacific ranked children’s education and health (37.8 percent) as the cause closest to their hearts, according to findings from the latest Mastercard Ethical Spending and Charitable Giving Survey. Released ahead of the International Day of Charity on 5 September, the study revealed …
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Colombo, 22 August 2017 – Mastercard has joined hands with Educate Lanka to empower Sri Lanka’s young women as part of its “Doing Well, Doing Good” initiative. As part of the collaboration, Mastercard will fund a scholarship programme as well as a skills development and mentorship platform, supported by the company. The initiative seeks to …
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