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April 6, 2017

CfP’s 4th Anniversary: Spotlight on Nabeha Khan

My journey with CfP started in November 2013 with this first email from Sheba: “Nov 5 2013 Hi Nabeha, It was so nice to chat with you at the brunch on Sunday. Thanks so much for your support and offering to help with Code for Pakistan. I really appreciate it! … Thanks, Sheba” Sheba and I met at a San Francisco Bay Area event to brainstorm […]
March 20, 2017
Launch of the KP Civic Innovation Fellowship Program

Launching the 3rd cycle of the KP Civic Innovation Fellowship Program

The new Government Innovation Lab, Durshal, bustled with energy and zest on the afternoon of 7th March. Government officials, Code for Pakistan and World Bank representatives, mentors, Alumni Fellows and the new batch of Fellows had collected at KP IT Board to launch the third cycle of the KP Civic Innovation Fellowship Program. Since 2014, KP IT Board, Code for Pakistan and the World Bank have […]
February 5, 2017

Open Source Day for Women

Why we organized an Open Source Day for Women (OSDW) Code for Pakistan recently hosted Open Source day For Women at the Habib University campus in Karachi. It was a day-long workshop aimed at increasing women’s participation in the open source community. The open source community is a movement where people all over the world contribute to create and maintain open source software. It denotes software […]
December 21, 2016
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My First CfA Summit

By Anam Zakaria When I was invited to attend the Code for America Summit in Oakland this November, I could not help but feel slightly anxious. It was going to be a huge room full of tech experts and civic innovation leaders; fields I was still trying to get my head around. I had joined Code for Pakistan as Head of Programs barely 2 months ago. […]
December 18, 2016
Alumni-meetup

Alumni Meet and Greet

By Ebtihaj  At Code for Pakistan, we all know how impressive our Fellows are. Just when we think our alumni have done it all in terms of giving back to the community, we hear from several more about how they have gone on to build incredible products, successfully pursued entrepreneurship, or have transitioned into newer, better careers. With the expansion of Code for Pakistan’s Fellowship Program, […]