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GSMA mWomen Launch Events at the U.S. Department of State, 8 October 2010

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GSMA Launch Events at the U.S. Department of State, 8 Oct 2010

GSMA CEO Rob Conway “We want mobile to positively transform the lives of these women… forever.”

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GSMA CEO Rob Conway making a statement on how GSMA want to see mobile positively transforming the lives of women.

In a rousing speech, Cherie Blair helps launch mWomen

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Speech by Cherie Blair when launching mWomen

Women Are The New Global Growth Engine

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How breaking down barriers and creating opportunities for women makes strong business sense for growth in developing countries.

Can Cell Phones Really Save the Planet?

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Blog with insights from Bracken Hendricks, discussing how it’s not the mobile phone itself that will make the difference for women—but what we do with it.

mWomen Launched by Hillary Clinton

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Hillary Clinton launching GSMA mWomen Programme

Female use of mobile internet soaring

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Study of Opera Mini users, portraying how female use of mobileinternet isgrowing faster than athat of men.

“Connect To Learn” kicks off with 100 scholarships in 100 days and a call for action from Madonna

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Announcement of the official launch of Connect To Learn - with Madonna, the Earth Institute, Ericsson and Millennium Promise

Educating Women Saves Children, Study Finds

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Insights from an American study, showing how giving young women an education resulted in saving the lives of more than four million children worldwide in 2009

The Millennium Development Goals and the gender gap

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The Millennium Development Goals and the gender gap

mWomen’s Dawn Haig-Thomas speaks at London School of Economics

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Blog about how mWomen’s Dawn Haig-Thomas spoke at London School of Economics

UK Government to focus on women in developing countries

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Information on the UK government's intensions to reorientate its entire aid programme to put the lives of women in developing countries at its heart