Latin America

This is how Latin America is addressing the digital divide amid COVID-19

In Latin America and the Caribbean, three in 10 people - 244 million - have no internet. Image: REUTERS/Pablo Sanhueza

Anastasia Moloney

Latin America and Caribbean Correspondent, Thomson Reuters Foundation

Fabio Teixeira

Slavery and Trafficking Correspondent, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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