Safety and opportunity: Why women and girls must have access to communications technologies

Mainner, a smallholder farmer in Zambia, shows the Maano Virtual Farmer’s Market app she uses to buy and sell agricultural produce. Photo: WFP/Andy Higgins
A woman in Myanmar receives a text on her mobile phone about humanitarian entitlements. Photo: WFP/Naing Linn Shwe
A woman uses an ETC phone booth to call family from a camp for internally displaced persons (IDPs) in Bria, Central African Republic. Photo: WFP/Omar Namaoui

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