Central to women’s empowerment is women’s mobility. Their ability to access resources and do so safely. Our community’s public spaces are largely women-phobic and misogynist. Women face discrimination and harassment. There may be segregated spaces for women among the public realm, but those largely disadvantage them and prohibit access. We are working to not only advocate for governments, the private sector and civil society to make safer public spaces for women a priority but we also want to propose nuances in the solutions we work with. Our partners are cross-sectional and the specific work we do will use both technology and other established organizational data to achieve a harassment-free public space across the country’s urban and rural landscape.