Innovations that make the world a better place come in many forms. In the past decade, new technologies have emerged that provide urban populations with clean water, that enable doctors in rural areas to give patients life-saving medications, and that connect pregnant mothers with the care they need to reduce childhood mortality. At Days for Girls, a nonprofit organization that I founded in 2008, we use a different kind of technology to improve the lives of people in developing countries: We...
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