Facebook hasn’t had the best couple of years when it comes to public opinion.
Facebook has identified and been working hard to battle misinformation about the coronavirus pandemic on its site, and it has also emerged as a helpful platform when it comes how ordinary people are using it to manage communication during the coronavirus pandemic.
Many communities are turning to Facebook, and other tools that it owns like WhatsApp, to coordinate communication to help those who are self-isolating.
It is also helping people looking for advice on how to work, live, educate and take care of themselves in these unprecedented circumstances.
Winners will get mentoring from Facebook engineers to help make these solutions a reality.

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