Cross-Post: Why Are Women Less Likely to Own a Phone?
This article was featured on the NetHope blog. The original post can be found here. Much has been written about the gender gap in mobile phone usage, specifically on why women are less likely to have access to this technology than men; why women are less likely to be technically literate than men; and why women […]
Looking Ahead to 2017: New Resources to Put Principles for Digital Development into Action
This week, global development stakeholders from around the world convened at the Global Digital Health Forum (GDHF) in the Washington, DC area to share knowledge with colleagues and wrestle with the challenges we face to realize the full potential of digital services. DIAL and PATH led a panel discussion at the GDHF that examined the […]
Moving Past Pilots: Entering the Next Phase of Digital Development
Today, we mark the end of the 8th annual ICT4D conference which gathered over 700 implementers, donors, country representatives, the private sector and implementers for four days. While the focus of the conference fostered a rich discussion on how ICT4D can enable us all to reach the Sustainable Development Goals more effectively, there was another […]