The Digital Economy

How digital payments bring new economic opportunities for women in rural India

Younger SEWA members train older members using cellphones to expand their microbusinesses using digital payments. Image: Self Employed Women's Association.

Reema Nanavaty

Executive Director, Self-Employed Women’s Association (SEWA)

Ruth Goodwin-Groen

Managing Director, United Nations-based Better Than Cash Alliance

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