Does your project address any of the following barriers to women’s technology access and use?
Women’s time poverty, Social norms, Economic or institutional constraints, Women’s lack of involvement in the technology development process.
If you checked any of the boxes above, please explain how.
WOMEN IN THE RURAL AREAS ARE VERY POOR DUE TO LACK OF INFORMATION. THEY SELL THEIR PRODUCTS LOCALLY WHICH COULD BE SOLD TO INTERNATIONAL MARKETS WHEN THEY HAVE THE CONNECTIONS AND CAN COME UP IN SMALL GROUPS.
Does your project involve women in one or more of the following stages of the technology lifecycle? Identification of the problem the technology will solve:
Technology design, Market research, Technology introduction, Technology training, Technology supply and distribution, Creation and maintenance of market linkages for women's economic outputs, Assessment and evaluation.
If you checked any of the boxes above, please explain how you will ensure women’s involvement in each relevant phase of the technology lifecycle.
THESE COULD CREATE AND MAINTAIN MARKET LINKAGE FOR WOMEN OUTPUTS
If women are a focus of your project, how did this focus evolve?
The project focused on women from its conception., The project was adapted to focus on women as a response to this challenge..
In what ways does your project team/leadership involve women?
It is led by a woman/women., It is led by a woman/women from a developing country., The core project team includes women., The core project team includes women from developing countries..
Has your project leadership had prior experience with the following?
Working with women, Working with technologies, Working to increase women's economic empowerment through technology, Working on innovation.