Countries around the globe are fast-tracking access to digital economies for urban and rural areas to drive economic resilience. However, these initiatives are often developed without considering their environmental impact, and are not optimised for sustainability. At eWorldwide Group, we help to
develop inclusive localised digital economies that are built on green infrastructure and green jobs, allowing the applications and platforms to be sustainable at all levels. Special attention is given to the development of models to engage and attract rural and underserved communities, particularly women,
farmers and artisans.
Lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic have shown that deploying e-commerce across multiple sectors can ignite digital economies in marginalised communities, creating avenues for local businesses to reach new customers and markets. We create multi-sector stakeholder engagement, advocacy and mobilisation that establishes resilient, reliable and fully sustainable green digital economies in communities around the globe.
Examples of Our Work
Environmental Social Governance (ESG) has the potential to provide targeted investment to end poverty at the grass roots and drive inclusive sustainable economic recovery, however focus is needed to support ‘social enterprises’ addressing local needs, aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Working with Kaduna State Ministry of Health and Ministry of Education to design, build and implement a holistic school health initiative to proactively raise awareness of infectious diseases to build resilience for students, mothers, and teachers. This model created a robust integrated system that provides access to clean drinking water, sanitation and hygiene, recycling water […]