Trickle Up has joined a global alliance to help women in the developing world use mobile phones to help advance out of poverty. Announced on September 29 at the Clinton Global Initiative in New York, the alliance is led by Tata Communications, a global data and voice communications company, and MasterCard, a leader in global payments technology. The project will begin by reaching 25,000 women in the developing world, part of a larger vision to ultimately reach 100 million women by 2020. Trickle Up will develop pilot projects to test how…
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