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Libyan doctor-turned-tech-CEO Mohamed Aburawi helped develop a telehealth platform so doctors who had left their countries could treat patients back home—now it’s being used to help triage cases in Libya’s fight against COVID-19. Aburawi grew up in Libya, studied medicine and did a surgical internship in Egypt before securing in 2015 scholarship to Harvard Medical...
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On Wednesday 28 August 2019, the Founder and Director of Code on the Road, Aya Burweila, was interviewed by the youth TV show Shar Shabab on Libya’s Channel – قناة ليبيا. to talk about her organization’s goals and plans for Libya. Video of the full interview by Aya Burweila on the Share Shabab show The...
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On 30 October 2019, Aya Burweila, Founder and Director of Code on the Road delivered a speech on investment opportunities between the EU and Arab world at the 4th EU-Arab World High-Level Summit: A Strategic Partnership. The Summit took place at the Megaron Concert Hall on October 29-30 under the auspices of H.E. the President of the Hellenic Republic Mr....
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On 20 October 2019, Aya Burweila, the Founder of Code on the Road attended the opening of the First Policy Dialogue Forum on Refugees and Migrants titled “Understanding current challenges of refugees and migrants in Europe: What can we do?” organised by KAICIID Dialogue Centre. Welcoming remarks were delivered by KAICIID Secretary General H.E. Faisal...
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On 14 October 2019, Code on the Road’s bid to bring our programs to Benghazi, Libya and the wider region was announced as the First Place Winner of the Harvard Arab Alumni Association’s 3arabi Impact Initiative competition. The 3arabi Impact Initiative by the Harvard Arab Alumni Association (HAAA) aims at identifying and supporting implementation of projects that...
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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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