Facebook And UN Want To Connect Refugees To The Internet
At a United Nations forum, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced his company will help the U.N. provide Internet access to refugee camps.By Ryan Biek | September 28, 2015
"We need to work together to make connecting the world a priority for everyone," Mark Zuckerberg said at a United Nations forum. (Video via United Nations)
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg announced at a United Nations forum his company will help the U.N. connect refugee camps to the Internet.
He said Internet access will help refugees seek aid and communicate with their families. (Video via United Nations)