Global leaders across philanthropy, technology, government, international development, and social impact will come together to collaborate on closing the digital divide.
Small and growing businesses (SGBs) are disproportionately left behind in terms of access, inclusion, and engagement in digital economies.
Without digital access, use, and fluency, students are excluded from access to economic opportunity, education, healthcare and experience worsening discrimination and social isolation.
Women’s exclusion from the digital world has shaved $1 trillion from the GDP of low- and middle-income countries in the last decade.
For people experiencing poverty, gender discrimination, and disability, widening gaps threaten their ability to make real progress.