In Malaysia, Coca-Cola is partnering with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Ministry of Education in a project that focuses on the innovative and enjoyable use of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) for youth learning and community development.
In the Philippines, Coca-Cola is helping to bring a new world of learning to rural students and teachers by connecting them to Internet-based educational resources.
The gradual loss of Thai language and traditional culture in Thai youth as a result of the modern world's growing influence has been a major concern for His Majesty King Bhumipol Adulyadej and the Thai national government.
Launched in 2000, this nationwide Learning Center project includes provision of much-needed reading materials, library manuals, facilities and technical assistance, as well as training programs for library staff.
In response to the severe shortage of school buildings in rural Philippines and the government's call for private sector support for public education, Coca-Cola launched the Little Red Schoolhouse project in 1997 to improve access to complete elementary education for children in the country's remote and underserved areas.
The Coca-Cola Pushcart Project, a partnership between Coca-Cola and the Vietnamese Women's Unions, was launched in October 2002 in response to the government's poverty alleviation program.
A collaborative effort between J&J, the University of the Philippines in Manila, the Department of Health, the Department of Education and the Local Government Units.
The Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) Philippines takes on "Bahay Bulilit" as a cornerstone program. It's a long-term commitment of RMHC, dedicated 'to lift kids to a better tomorrow, to build day care centers in deserving communities all over the Philippines
Bright Minds Read is a partnership of McDonald's and Department of Education - NCR that seeks to address the alarming statistic that 40% grade 1 students in public schools in Metro Manila are still non-readers in March.
Part of the global initiative" Changing the Face of the World", this program provides free reconstructive facial surgery to poor children suffering from cleft lips/palate. It has treated more than 10,000 of them in the Philippines.