Gender and Accessibility in Rwanda and Malawi


We examine the role of mobile devices in access to social, economic, and architectural spaces and resources by people with vision impairments in two urban agglomerations in Rwanda and Malawi using a survey and open-ended interviews. We discuss ways in which the intersection of gender and disability distinguishes the ways men and women experience access in their respective societies.

Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Information and Communication Technologies and Development