As the digital divide grows, women in India are dropping out of the workforce. Columbia Climate School’s Center for Sustainable Development and the non-profit Mahashakti Seva Kendra are working together to reverse this trend.
Radhika Iyengar and Pooja Iyengar
|March 7, 2023
Andrea Gomez Vesga works at ABM Industries Inc. as their corporate sustainability manager.
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