If I had access to a tech hub, I don't think I would have been trafficked to Europe.
- iamtheCODE teaches girls in marginalized communities computer coding, gives them a safe educational space and helps them find jobs.
- Founder Mariéme Jamme was motivated by her own experience of being trafficked into prostitution as a teenager in Senegal.
- Her mission is to train one-million women and girl coders by 2030.
- So far, more than 7,300 people have benefitted, in 54 countries around the world.
- Mariéme also aims to tackle the global STEM skills shortage and boost economic inclusion in marginalised communities.
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