Gender Inequality

This tech activist is on a mission to teach 1 million girls to code

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Lady Mariéme Jamme aims to teach 1 million girls to code by 2030. Image: UNSPLASH/

Rebecca Geldard
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Lady Mariéme Jamme, founder of iamtheCODE.
Lady Mariéme Jamme is a technologist teaching marginalized girls across the world to code. Image: iamtheCODE

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Live event on International Women's Day. Image: Twitter/iamthecode

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