SDG 05: Gender Equality

Bahrain women in tech are leading the way. What can the world learn?

Women in tech: Bahrain ranks first in female digital skills training and STEM education. Image: Matt Wardle Studio

Nada AlSaeed
Executive Director, Bahrain Economic Development Board
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Diversity and inclusion of women in tech are no longer a nice-to-have, but a critical policy that has become an industry standard. Image: Matt Wardle Studio

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