July 18, 2014: The Vodafone Connected Women Report Illustrates the power of the mobile technology to catalyse economic development and exemplifies its transformational impact across the world with real life cases, Highlighting the impact in India.

New Delhi: The Vodafone Connected Women Report 2014, released today in India, has found that providing women with greater access to mobile phones and services could lead to a $29 billion increase in annual global productivity from 2020, as a result of greater female participation in the workforce and savings in public services.

This Report, produced by Vodafone Group, supported by the Vodafone Foundation and in collaboration with Oxford University’s Said Business School and Accenture Sustainability Services, was released by Cherie Blair, Founder, Cherie Blair Foundation for Women at a special event in New Delhi.

The Vodafone Connected Women Report Illustrates the power of the mobile technology to catalyse economic development and exemplifies its transformational impact across the world with real life cases, Highlighting the impact in India, the Report features on its cover Ramilaben Somabhai Parmar a RUDIben and profiles in detail the success of the RUDI Sandesha Vyavhar (RSV) initiative from India.

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