Sustainable Development Goal 10

Reduced Inequalities

The mobile industry is striving to achieve social, political and economic inclusion for all. Whilst more than 60% of households in developing countries do not have internet access, 3G coverage in developing countries is now at 83%, offering the transformative benefits of mobile internet access for the poorest populations.

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Reduced Inequalities

Mobile money is making waves in Myanmar

Naypyitaw, Myanmar

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Reduced Inequalities

Connecting solar energy brings a new dawn to Uganda

Uganda

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Reduced Inequalities

Creating a better life in Tanzania

Nyombo, Tanzania

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Reduced Inequalities

Saving lives in Kenya every day

Kawangware, Kenya

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Reduced Inequalities

Giving invisible children an identity in Pakistan

Badin, Sindh, Pakistan

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Reduced Inequalities

Bringing stability and independence to Syrian refugees in Jordan

Manja, Jordan

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Reduced Inequalities

Giving Sri Lankan farmers the recipe for success

Southern Province, Sri Lanka

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Reduced Inequalities

Can a mobile phone unlock a better future in Latin America?

Michoacán, Mexico