mwomen

4 Ways to Properly Include Women in Your mHealth Initiative

Social norms and stigmas often lead to men owning mobile phones more often than women in many parts of the developing world.

Mobiles for Development Partnerships are Still Hard!

I am Kristen Roggemann, and at the recently-concluded GSMA Mobile for Development Summit, GSMA mWomen was thrilled to host a spirited discussion on the opportunities and challenges facing partnerships in the M4D sector.  In what was a frank excha

London Technology Salon: How Can We Empower Women and Girls with Mobiles?

We would be delighted to invite you to RSVP to join a select cohort of thought leaders and decision makers for the first Technology Salon in London, where Henriette Kolb, Cherie Blair Foundation for W

How to Win the GSMA mWomen Design Challenge? Give Women Mangos

Wednesday was the last day to submit your entry for the GSMA mWomen Design Challenge to redefine the user experience of mobile phones to meet the needs of resource-poor women.

Mobile Money's Innovation and Impact Isn't Targeted at Women... Yet

According to Women & Mobile: A Global Opportunity (PDF), authored by Vital Wave Consulting and sponsored by the GSMA Development Fund and the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women, the 73% of women in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia who do not have a mobile phone represent $13 billion per year in incremental revenue for

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