Sohail Nakhooda

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Code on the Road became one of the semi-finalists, winning the second highest number of votes at the Harvard Arab Alumni Association’s 3arabi Impact Platform
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Code on the Road and Tanmia 360 announced their new strategic partnership to actualize their common vision and goals in Libya.
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For some of Greece’s most talented women, the financial crisis was a signal to migrate to jobs abroad. Others, though, saw greater opportunities at home. Below are six high-achieving women who are building the future in Greece. This article by Financial Times features also Code on the Road’s AIEF’s Project Team member, Dr Nadina Christopoulou,...
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Through the use of visceral images and context, “Call it Home” is an incredible and perspective changing photobook produced by the tireless team at HumanRights360, a civil society organisation based in Athens, and photojournalist Orestis Seferoglou.
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To critical reception, on January 22, 2019, the launch of the program Code on the Road: Empowering Migrant Women and Girls through Business Entrepreneurship and Software Training took place at the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurial Excellence (CIEE) at Al-Hussein Technical University (HTU) in Amman, Jordan.
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On February 10-13, 2019, the founder and director of Code on the Road (COR) Aya Burweila and COR AEIF project adviser Raja Nayed for “Empowering Migrant Women and Girls Through Business Entrepreneurship and Software Training”, attended the conference and workshop by the Afro-Asian Union for International Law & Dispute Settlement on “National and International Leadership...
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Athens, Greece has been named the 2018 European Capital of Innovation for the innovative ways in which it has overcome social and economic challenges and turned them into new opportunities. The €1 million iCapital first prize was announced at the Web Summit in Lisbon, Portugal on 6 November, with five other European cities receiving runner-up...
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I passionately believe that being entrepreneurial isn’t about starting a company, it is a state of mind. You can be entrepreneurial in everything you do. Everyone has the capacity to dream big, be intellectually curious and solve problems. That is why entrepreneurship is a driving principal for our business and Foundation.
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According to the survey Freelancing in America 2018, released Wednesday, freelancers put more value on skills training: 93 percent of freelancers with a four-year college degree say skills training was useful versus only 79 percent who say their college education was useful to the work they do now.
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Samaira Mehta is a 10-year-old girl growing up in Silicon Valley who has quietly attracted an almost cult-like following because of her work as a programmer.
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