The best way, in the age of digital technology, to be an Indian woman is to communicate with the community.
That’s why we decided to launch an app for women to do just that.
Our app, Women and the World, is a social network for women.
Our app is a place for women from across India to connect and chat.
Its purpose is to empower women to be better communicators, to make the world a better place for all women.
The app, which launched on Wednesday, is the result of a collaboration between the Government of India, the United Nations Children’s Fund, the World Bank, the Indian Council for Science and Technology (ICST) and the Women and Future Foundation.
The app is available for download on both Android and iOS.
Here’s a video explaining the app.
The app aims to bring together women across India by providing them with an online platform to communicate about issues such as gender-based violence, sexual harassment, and other topics.
“It is an empowering platform for women and women’s voices to be heard, to participate in public life and in the political process,” said Raja N. Shukla, president of the Women’s Foundation of India.
“It also provides opportunities for women across the country to connect in a new way, and to have an impact in their communities.”
Women can use the app to chat, collaborate, and create content that supports their cause.
They can also join the Global Women Network, a community of women leaders and activists across the world.
The global community can benefit from the app by connecting with others in their local communities who are interested in the same issues.
“Women in India need to take a stand and join this global network,” said Sangeeta Menon, co-founder of the World Women’s Network.
“Through the app, they can share their views, help to change the status quo, and participate in the global conversation.”
The app is also an opportunity for women in India to show their support for women’s rights and equality.
“We need to build the next generation of women in the country,” said Shuklas.
A woman’s right to live in safety and security is a human right, she added.
We also want to empower our community by building women-centric spaces that empower women in a way that is relevant to them.