4 Ways to Bridge the Internet Gender Gap in India
The Supreme Court of India declared access to the Internet as a fundamental human right in 2020, but gaps in access to education, healthcare, finance, and livelihoods were exposed by the pandemic. During the pandemic, girl children in rural areas had no virtual schools to go to, millions of women did not have a virtual doctor on call when they needed one, and many lost their jobs in traditional sectors. To bridge the internet divide, finding solutions requires straddling areas ranging from socioeconomic to infrastructural.
Read this PoV to understand our views on how we can bridge this internet divide.