We still have a lot of work to do

Technology is transforming work in just about every sector of the global economy—and while these advances have created unparalleled opportunities for many, displaced and underserved talent still face systemic barriers in accessing quality education and employment required to improve their economic and social mobility in a changing landscape


of the global technology workforce is represented by displaced talent


of all tech jobs are held by women.


of all tech jobs are held by underrepresented minorities.


People are currently displaced in the Middle East and North Africa due to conflict and economic uncertainty.

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Our impact so far

Re:Coded offers market driven skills-to-jobs programs and online courses that provide career mobility in fields such as software development, data analytics, and product design across Europe, the Middle East, North Africa and Turkey.

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Our 2023 Impact Report

We are proud to have increased both the depth and the breadth of our impact in 2023. We expanded to new countries and lay the groundwork for an expansion into Europe in 2024. We also trained record numbers of students, launched new online courses and put in place a strategy to align our programs with the shifts we witnessed in the technology industry.

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Talent is everywhere - opportunity is not

Tech talent can be found anywhere. That's why we are opening up the pipeline, making tech more accessible for people that have been underserved.  

  • We support gender equality in tech and aim for 50% women in all our programs
  • We prioritize talent who are un- or underemployed
  • We are driven by impact and committed to providing displaced talent with opportunities to join and thrive in the digital economy

Our partners

Re:Coded works with and receives funding from amazing partners across government, philanthropy, business, and technology.

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Blossom Hill
Western Union Foundation
Qatar Fund
QAF Media Lab
Flatiron School
Techstars Foundation
Catalyst Foundation
Altai Consulting

Let’s build a more diverse digital economy

Together, we have an opportunity to support underserved talent to reskill and access equitable career pathways in technology. As a partner, you can provide life-changing educational opportunities while benefitting from Re:Coded’s talent ecosystem and brand exposure opportunities.

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What our partners are saying

Amrita & Ashok Mahbubani

Co-Founders of The EKTA Foundation USA.

“Our partnership with Re:Coded brings globally recognized training in digital literacy and career building skills to Jordan. Re:Coded graduates are equipped to participate fully in the digital economy as it continues to evolve across their region and the world. We are committed to making an inclusive and lasting impact on the lives of young people.”

Sanam Kubra Siddiqui

Director Grants, Pledges Inc.

“Our focus on relevant and market-ready skill development for the tech sector and ensuring impact through viable job placement of the graduates and trainees, works in tandem with Re:Coded’s mission and vision. Through this partnership we foresee a new wave of tech professionals ready to expand not only their own opportunities and careers, but also the local and global tech sectors.”

Lauren Bell

Executive Director at the Western Union Foundation

"We are proud to support Re:Coded’s programs that empower disadvantaged and displaced youth with the digital skill building needed to enter the technology field. Re:Coded’s impactful programs closely align with our mission to be a catalyst for economic opportunity for people who migrate in pursuit of a more prosperous future."


Zoom EdInnovation Award

Re:Coded is "helping improve student, teacher, and community outcomes for the most underserved and will receive Zoom technology, volunteer support, and funding to help them scale." “They turned an unprecedented challenge into an opportunity, scaling their reach and deepening their impact via video communications." Roxana Shirkhoda, Head of Social Impact at Zoom.

Jemma Read

Bloomberg Global Head of Corporate Philanthropy

"We're delighted to harness the skills of Bloomberg's engineers and other employees to equip a diverse group of young people from across the Middle East with the knowledge they need to build sustainable careers."

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