Meet Baraah: A Syrian refugee rebuilding her life and future in tech in Turkey

My name is Baraah. I’m 29 years old. And I did not surrender. I hope my story will inspire you to do the same.” Photo: Baraah/WFP
Watch Baraah’s story narrated and filmed by herself.
Thanks to online learning, Baraah could pursue her studies in IT. Photo: Baraah/WFP.

“I regained my ambitions and dreams that I had thought were long gone.”

About EMPACT

Read more about WFP’s EMPACT innovation project.

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Sourcing, supporting and scaling high-impact innovations to disrupt hunger.

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WFP Innovation Accelerator

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Sourcing, supporting and scaling high-impact innovations to disrupt hunger.

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