Disruption is important to the future progress of developing nations. Governments and businesses across Asia, Africa, South America, and the Middle East need new solutions to solve challenging problems.
Anjali Ramachandran and Kavi Guppta showcase a list of companies, organizations, and initiatives that are transforming developing regions of the world in unique and impactful ways. Africans are relying on drones to deliver much needed medical supplies to remote villages; SMS-text messages are letting Indians open their first bank accounts; and mobile phone adoption is transforming the way citizens buy, sell, and work. Technology is enabling a brighter future for billions of people in remote pockets of the world.
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