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Costs of Exclusion Report Social Media Sharing Kit


Our new Costs of Exclusion report finds that countries pay a huge economic price when women are left behind in the digital revolution. When a woman is unable to use the web to get an education, access healthcare, and build networks, she has fewer opportunities — and everyone pays the price.


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Share the report with the link https://a4ai.org/research/costs-of-exclusion-report/


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Women are being left offline — and it’s costing governments billions.


Check out key findings from @A4A_Internet & @webfoundation’s new Costs of Exclusion report: https://a4ai.org/research/costs-of-exclusion-report/


If you care about the economy, you should care about bridging the digital gender gap — it would deliver a huge economic boost for everyone.

New research from @A4A_Internet & @webfoundation: https://a4ai.org/research/costs-of-exclusion-report/


Each and every year, governments are losing billions of dollars in tax revenue that could be invested to improve education, health and housing.


What’s to blame? The digital gender gap.


New research from @A4A_Internet & @webfoundation: https://a4ai.org/research/costs-of-exclusion-report/


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Women are being left offline – and it is costing governments billions.

New research from the Alliance for Affordable Internet and the Web Foundation outlines what governments must do to address the barriers that hinder women’s access to the internet — and deliver an economic boost for everyone.

https://a4ai.org/research/costs-of-exclusion-report/


If you care about the economy, you should care about bridging the digital gender gap — it would deliver a huge economic boost for everyone.

Closing the digital gender gap would add an estimated $524 billion in economic activity over the next five years in the 32 countries the Alliance for Affordable Internet and the Web Foundation studied in their new report: https://a4ai.org/research/costs-of-exclusion-report/


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