Women’s WorldWide Web Interview: BETSY TEUTSCH EXPLAINS HOW SIMPLE TOOLS CAN EMPOWER WOMEN AROUND THE WORLD

By |September 8th, 2015|Atlantic Things That Work Series, cellphones, female farmers, Girl Effect, goats, guatemala, inequality of opportunity, Kibera, legal status, low tech/high impact, microloans, solar, solar lights, solar powered appliances, sustainable agriculture, Woman Humanitarian Tech Stars|

A woman-to-woman microinsurance transaction.Credit: John Owens 9/8/2015 – W4 had the pleasure of interviewing Betsy Teutsch, author of 100 Under $100, which makes vividly clear some of the challenges faced by the billion-plus most impoverished women in the world. These women suffer a dearth of resources, education and access to health care, and have to deal with discriminatory legal and financial services. […]

100 Under $100 Goes to Tanzania

By |July 16th, 2015|gifts, Girl Effect, health, Tanzania|

“Recipes” to try from this gift copy of 100 Under $100 – in Tanzania, courtesy of Girls Education Collaborative, by Anne Wadsworth. I hope to share stores of 100 Under $100 journies – the book making it to places far away, where many of the featured tools and techniques can be tried. Anne Wadsworth, head of Girls Education Collaborative , made my day. This photo is a school nurse at the new project they are building in Tanzania, with Post-Its marking her favorite entries. […]

Bringing 100 Under $100 to the University of Delaware

By |March 27th, 2015|bottle bricks, Girl Effect, guatemala, Speaking engagements|

Author Betsy Teutsch discusses entrepreneurship and innovation in the empowerment of women worldwide. 3:03 p.m., March 25, 2015--The [...]

Literacy: The Mightiest Tool of All

By |February 15th, 2015|cellphones, Girl Effect, ICT|

Learning to read in Oaxaca, Mexico. Photo: Pilar Portela/ Wikipedia Commons Literacy is the mightiest poverty alleviation tool [...]

Professor Linda Scott Nails It: Data Show Women’s Empowerment WORKS

By |October 30th, 2014|Girl Effect, Linda Scott|

New Delhi students learn circuitry - Feminist Attitude towards TechnologyI am a huge, huge fan of Professor Linda Scott's blog, [...]