Work For Humankind began as a bold initiative from Lenovo which called on volunteers from around the world to take part in a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity: to experience first-hand how to make a long-lasting positive difference to a remote island community while working from one of the most remote offices in the world – enabled by Lenovo tech. Volunteers were able to do their day job from one of the world’s remotest island, while helping to save the endangered wildlife and empower the community. Their mission? In partnership with Island Conservation and the Robinson Crusoe Island community, use smarter technology to help prevent the extinction of endangered species and establish support for the community as it works toward achieving sustainability.
Now, following its successful debut onto the world stage, Work For Humankind has made its way to North America and Asia, taking on two new initiatives to empower a remote and hybrid workforce to give back to local communities, while using Lenovo’s smarter technology for good.
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In collaboration with Lenovo Foundation Beijing and Guangming Daily, and through its Work For Humankind China program, Lenovo built an AI-enhanced science and technology museum to spark an interest in literacy and science education among primary school children in rural China. Learn more.