We create opportunity through connecting communities and expanding the digital world. For many marginalized groups around the world, mobile is the first step to inclusive participation in a connected society. Mobile has a key transformational role in providing formal identity and access to banking.
Around four billion people are not connected to the internet, excluding them from social and economic opportunities. Globally, two billion people remain unbanked. Proof of identity is a prerequisite to socio-economic development and essential to accessing basic services.
Our industry is creating a platform for information, social improvement, jobs, businesses and growth. Through the power of mobile we are creating a ubiquitous mobile money ecosystem, increasing financial inclusion and ecosystem, and enabling digital identity.
The GSMA has recognised the potential of, and urgent need for, mHealth solutions in the UAE and other nations in the Gulf.
Ten-day cycle tour designed to test how innovative mobile health solutions can help both people better manage their diabetes.
Providing humanitarian relief through deployment of portable cell restoration solution to enable communications in disaster areas.
The accurate and reliable way to get farming related information in rural India.
Souktel partners with the World Bank and the Palestinian Ministry of Education to launch a mobile JobMatch service.
Giga Island has enabled language lessons through tablets and mobile phones for children.
For many low-volume Kenyan farmers, the only source of information for crop market rates comes from the very people who are trying to buy them.
Telenor Group’s subsidiary in India is tackling this gender disparity with Project Sampark.
Souktel creates an SMS alert/survey system that warns parents and their children danger near schools.
Committed to achieving positive educational, health and economic outcomes for Indigenous Australians.
Helping young people from disadvantaged backgrounds act independently and with self-confidence.
For women living in developing countries, a mobile phone is a lifeline.
SK Telecom's campaign to address Korea’s regionalized digital divide.
Allowing farmers access prices and connect with buyers using their mobile phones.