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  • More than half of the books published in India are written in Hindi and English (source).
  • But in a country with dozens of local languages, this means many students don’t have access to books in their native tongue.

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More than half of the books published in India are written in Hindi and English (source). But in a country with dozens of local languages, this means many students don’t have access to books in their native tongue. Google.org is supporting Pratham Books to rapidly expand the reach of their translation platform StoryWeaver.

Research shows that giving money directly to the world’s poorest has a positive long-term impact on their food security, mental health, and earnings (source). Google.org is supporting GiveDirectly to expand 1:1 giving across Africa and fund new research on impact.

Shifting a nation’s mindset means collecting and surfacing lost data: the thousands of lost records and stories of racial injustice. Google.org is working with Bryan Stevenson’s Equal Justice Initiative, which is building a national memorial to lynching victims and a museum that examines African American history.

We want a world that works for everyone—and we believe technology and innovation can move the needle in three key areas.

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