• Quartz

Mobile phone gender gap in low income countries is a $700 billion opportunity


The mobile gender gap not only reflects existing inequalities but could also compound them with millions of women “left behind as societies and economies digitize.” A new study shows that an uptick in mobile phone ownership and mobile internet use among women in low and middle income countries could potentially boost and transform businesses, thus improving quality of life for entire families. Read more


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