As COVID-19 swells the ranks of unemployed women in the Arab world, surging demand for digital skills could help many of them find work in a region where only one in four women has a job.
The empowerment of #Saudi Arabian women is at the heart of the Kingdom’s Vision 2030 reform program, with far-reaching social and economic goals including increasing women’s economic participation rate from 17 percent to 25 percent this year.https://t.co/RydX4MGytp pic.twitter.com/itWcgnZchL— Al Arabiya English (@AlArabiya_Eng) October 19, 2020
A woman speaks on a mobile phone in a cafe in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia October 6, 2016. (Reuters)
It was a pleasure to learn how @DrSanaFarid, Co-founder and CEO of @MunfaridConsult, had a single objective of using futuristic technologies to make the world a better place. More details on her journey available in the latest Startup Panorama report: https://t.co/oB0RvOudow pic.twitter.com/WciQFDeuib— Dubai Startup Hub (@DubaiStartupHub) October 21, 2020