Q&A Series Highlights Women Working In Development, Supported By USAID

USAID/Medium: Q&A Series: When Women Do Better, Countries Do Better
In the final installments of this series of blog posts, USAID highlights the innovative work of women the agency has supported. “They are having an outsized impact in the developing world  –  and beyond —  proving that when women do better, countries do better,” the blog notes. The fifth piece in the series profiles Muthoni Masinde, who created a drought early warning system that uses mobile technology to help small-scale farmers in Mozambique, South Africa, and Kenya monitor weather conditions; the sixth profiles Kanika Bahl, CEO of Evidence Action; and the seventh and final piece profiles Frei Sangil, president and tech director of LAYERTech Software Labs (11/27).

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