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UN in Uzbekistan Jan 22
Great turnout of participants of 2019 Originality, inter-personal skills &confidence are all fundamentally important in the ICT sector. Creating a group of talented programmers will help increase the involvement of women in Uzbekistan’s society& industries
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Recipezy 2 May 14
Meet the team! Seeya, Ella, and Jenny! [ Saloni isnt here :( ]
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UN in Uzbekistan Jan 16
, , , , , what do they have in common? These cities are now part of Uzbekistan 2019. Mentors & regional programme coordinators have gathered in Tashkent to discuss plans for 2019.
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UN in Uzbekistan Jan 10
Who says girls can't code? Call for applications to 🇺🇿 Uzbekistan 2019. Projects will tackle predominant social issues, like education, health and poverty, which are important elements of
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México 26 Jul 16
Meet Lilia Lobato, the Mexican winner of and founder of in .
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Michelle Booth Feb 2
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Alli Packer Jan 26
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Carme Badia 6 May 17
are in in the event of . Good luck my girls...
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Ikemesit Effiong 10 Jul 15
Congratulations to my great friend and the outstanding Nigerian team who won the top prize at the . Bravo!
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Kate Indrelie 10 Apr 17
introduces girls to coding/ making apps with
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Belén Gallegos Jan 8
Everything ready in Majadahonda hub
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Julie Barker-Merz May 12
OMG she won!!! Gen wins the best pitch category for her ECO DIY app! So proud! Thank you Waterloo for a great experience.
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Onyinyechi Nmecha Aug 10
Congratulations to the girls from Regina Pacis School Onitsha, Anambra State. They won the World . Competition. They built a mobile app called 'FD Detector' to tackle issues of fake pharmaceutical products in Nigeria. Big Congratulations!!
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phillip bryant 18 Apr 13
Very happy to support girls at Morecambe Community HS in - fingers crossed for the results today!
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Explore Oracle May 29
Oracle supports women in technology in various ways; one of them is mentoring and providing resources for the Technovation Challenge teams in Brazil. Over 15 teams took part in the quarterfinals at our office in Sao Paulo.
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Cristina Sorlí 1 Dec 17
I'm really proud to be part of the mentoring team at , with this project we will make a better world 😊
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Julia Deltoro 2 Dec 17
Just got registered to be a mentor with our girls from @GrupoSorolla to participate this year at the
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Peace Corps 8 Dec 14
New blog post: "How do you get girls involved in global technology? Just ask."
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Spencer Harding Feb 26
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FF 21 Nov 15
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