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Mobile phones & literacy: empowerment in women’s hands – a cross-analysis of nine mobile experiences

Posted on 08 Dec 2015 with 0 comments
Gender and ICT Mobile learning

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The purpose of this report is to understand the extent to which mobile phone technology enhances or develops literacy in ways that empower women and girls. Conceptually, the report is structured taking into consideration three main axes: literacy in its ample meanings and practices; mobile phone technology and mobile learning; the empowerment of women and girls in terms of human development.


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