India’s Covid-19 crisis has exposed a wide digital divide, prompting many grassroots groups to focus on connecting poorer women without Internet access to healthcare and financial support, or simply to help them keep in contact with loved ones. From call-in hotlines to door-to-door visits, many organizations are engaging to thwart this digital divide. “We’re trying to make sure nobody gets left behind,” said Manu Gupta, co-founder of SEEDS, a nonprofit that helps India's poorest people.

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