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It’s the end of the road for Women Who Code, following loss of “critical” funding

Women Who Code, a non-profit set up to support women in the tech industry, has abruptly shut down citing the loss of “critical” funding.

The organization was started as a community group in 2011 by a small team of engineers in San Francisco. Within a decade it had developed into a network of more than 360,000 people aiming to make the industry become more diverse, inclusive and equitable.  With more than 1,000 volunteers leading local and online communities, it has members in 145 countries worldwide sharing knowledge and mentoring one another.


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