Report Focuses On Sustainable Design And Tech Applications That Improve The Human Condition Part of the 31 Days of Giving initiative helped with flood relief ...

Report Focuses On Sustainable Design And Tech Applications That Improve The Human Condition Part of the 31 Days of Giving initiative helped with flood relief efforts for Penang.

Dell Inc recently released its annual 2020 Legacy of Good update, continuing the company’s long-term commitment to society, team members, and the environment.

The report summarises efforts during fiscal year 2018 (Feb.

4, 2017 – Feb.

2, 2018).

The report and corresponding activities are rooted in Dell’s acknowledgement of its responsibility to realise a sustainable and prosperous future.

Dell’s purpose as a company is to drive human progress through technology.

One of the ways the company brings that to life is through its Legacy of Good commitment – to put Dell technology and expertise to work where they can do the most good for people and the planet.

For Dell that means investing in innovation that reduces environmental impact, supports a transparent supply chain, ensures an inclusive future workforce, and advances underserved communities.

“The Legacy of Good programme reflects what is possible when people and technology come together with purpose,” said Christine Fraser, Chief Responsibility Officer, Dell.

“Our customers, partners, and teams care about this work now more than ever, and we will continue to seek innovative ways to deploy our resources, design out waste, celebrate inclusion, and address the greatest need.” Amit Midha, President, APJ Commercial, Dell EMC, also added, “This region has a major part to play in demonstrating the strong link between technology and its potential to do good: for people, for communities, and for the planet.

Not only is Asia-Pacific and Japan a driving force for innovation but it is also home to some of the most powerful examples of how innovation and technology can drive meaningful change, and facilitate the future of human progress.” David Webster, President, APJ Enterprise, Dell EMC, commented, “More than ever, organisations in Asia-Pacific and Japan are recognising the impact that they can have by coming together around a common goal and using technology for good.

Sharing the results of our commitments for a Legacy of Good with our customers and the world at large shows that we, too, are transparently investing in making that change.

It also demonstrates how important those goals are to our organisation in the region, and how central they are to our relationships with our customers.” CREATING POSITIVE SOCIAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT IN MALAYSIA Dell Malaysia is committed to finding opportunities to do good for society, the community, and our planet, contributing towards the 2020 Legacy of Good goals.

Some key highlights include: • Raised more than RM1mill over the last eight years for the Mount Miriam Cancer Hospital in Penang through its annual ‘Charity      Engaged’ event.

The proceeds went towards the construction of the hospital’s day-care pediatrics procedure cancer wing, expected to be completed this year.

• As part of Dell’s global commitment for a #StrawlessOcean, Dell Malaysia is joining the campaign to eliminate the use of plastic straws across all of its facilities in Malaysia by July 2018.

• Cleaned up over 500kg of ocean drift waste in its #ShoreUp initiative in conjunction with Earth Day 2017.Recovered close to 750kg of e-waste since mid-2017; on track to achieving its goal of 2,000kg of e-waste by 2020.

• Employees clocked in an average of 33,000 hours annually for volunteer work since 2008, which includes tutoring underserved communities and cleaning up beaches.

> Dell is enriching the lives of the underserved Orang Asli community in the State of Selangor, providing tuition for young children and their parents on the subjects of English and Mathematics.

Tree Planting Drive 2017 in Penang to support clean-up efforts following the November floods.

> In November 2017, the State of Penang was hit by the worst floods in its history.

Dell, through its annual ’31 Days of Giving’ initiative, helped with flood relief efforts, donating 3.4 tonnes of goods and essential supplies for flood victims.

> Together with the Penang State Government, Dell also supported clean-up efforts on the island, including a tree planting drive to plant 500 tree saplings.

To learn more about Dell’s commitments, including in-depth case studies and greater details on the company’s goals, please visit

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