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Empowering Chad’s women and girls through digital access

Embracing the internet could empower Chad's women.

Nellie Peyton

Journalist, Reuters Foundation

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Volunteers give a demonstration of their mobile health app Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Nellie Peyton
Volunteers give a demonstration of their mobile health app Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Nellie Peyton
Students at an event on women in tech in Chad's capital N'Djamena Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Nellie Peyton

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