Sisters of Code: Cambodia’s first female coding club

Sisters of Code instructors using Code.org to demonstrate visual coding to students. Photo provided by Sisters of Code

Opening New Possibilities to Young Women

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Making Learning Fun

A Warm Reception from Students and Adults Alike

“It was a very proud moment to see one of our Sisters teaching the Minister coding while using Code.org. Many of our Sisters did not have any experience with CS beforehand, and it is a real pleasure to observe their progress.” -Natalja Rodionova, Founder of Sisters of Code. Photo provided by Sisters of Code
Photo provided by Sisters of Code

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