On International Migrants Day, we take a look at the tech innovations of 6 migrant entrepreneurs who are disrupting the tech industry across borders, from Germany, to Norway, to the US.
The panel “Refugees: Digital Lifelines” took over the main stage at Cairo’s leading startup summit, where Re:Coded and Gaza Sky Geeks talked about their tech programs.
Immigrants today represent 3.3% of the world’s population. But what does this mean for the economy? We meet the team behind the migrant innovation map.
“We Couldn’t Keep Teaching Art in Yemen, So We Started an Online Academy Across the Entire Middle East”
A successful couple of award-winning entrepreneurs Fardous Mohamed and her husband had to start their arts academy abroad all over again – but this time, online.
Erbil-based Shiffer took home the $8.000 prize. HealthTech startup Fadfed, based in Amman, took home the second prize, while Sharqi Shop won the Young Advisory Group Audience Award.
Defying Statelessness: How My Daughter’s Birth Inspired Me to Start a Peer-to-Peer Shipping Company in Iraq
What happens to Syrian refugee children who are born abroad? The hurdles to get a birth certificate in Iraq led Azhar Al Madani to start a shipping company.
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