To help decrease the gender gap in technology use throughout the world, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has launched the WomenConnect Challenge—a global call for solutions to improve women’s participation in everyday life by meaningfully changing the ways women and girls access and use technology.
WomenConnect Challenge funds will support evidence-based solutions that empower women and girls to access and use digital technology to drive positive health, education and livelihood outcomes for themselves and their families. Registered U.S. or non-US organizations are invited to apply. Learn more and download the Request for Applications (RFA) here. The submission deadline is May 4, 2018.