Code to Inspire
Code to Inspire empowers young women in developing countries to drive economic and social progress by teaching them how to code, find programming jobs and launch technology ventures. Code to Inspire (CTI) was established in 2015 starting in Afghanistan as the first coding school for young women by Computer Science Professor and former refugee Fereshteh Forough. Supported by organizations and individuals committed to the advancement of women in technology, the nonprofit training program has taught 150 young women how to code, build mobile apps and games. Over 70% of graduates have found work, earning above-average wages in their country.
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Why donate Bitcoin?
Teaching Afghan women to code blockchain and in some cases even paying them in Bitcoin. Code to Inspire has been taking Bitcoin, and more recently Ether donations for years. They are active in the community and have partnerships with leading organizations like Brave. They are a recipient of the Brave Ad Grants Program.