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    Verified is a United Nations initiative aimed at delivering trusted information and life-saving advice. Together, Verified and wikiHow provide fact-based, expert-backed information on topics such as COVID-19 safety, responsible Internet use, and more.

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    As a 2022 World Changing Idea finalist, wikiHow has been honored as a company with enduring impact on the world. wikiHow’s groundbreaking course on misinformation, developed in partnership with the United Nations, has empowered thousands of people to help slow the spread of harmful information online. With this award, wikiHow joined the ranks of other trailblazing organizations at the forefront of world-changing innovation for the good of society and the planet.

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