In partnership with Siraj Technologies, Unistream, the Segev Shalom Center, the Ministry of Agricultural & Rural Development, and the United States Embassy, Siraj hosted a meetup with Reem Alaasam from Tel Sheva. Reem is the first doctor of Computer Science in Bedouin society. She met with high school students from Segev Shalom and shared her
Bedouin high school students in the 12th grade visited the offices of dbMotion, which provides an innovative connected healthcare solution that integrates patient information from disparate health information technologies and delivers it to clinicians at the point of care. Students met with engineers who shared their career stories, educational paths, and daily experiences at work.
“I grew up in a Bedouin village; when I started studying computer science at university – I was shocked”, Interview with Siraj Technologies engineer
Siraj Technologies Ltd. engineer Khaled Al Okaby was interviewed by Globes Tech. Read the article here.
WeWork and Siraj Technologies: Advancing tech development in Bedouin society – Siraj in Times of Israel
How many “programs” has the government announced over the years to bring disadvantaged groups — ultra-Orthodox, residents of peripheral areas, Arabs, Bedouins — into the workforce? We’ve lost count, but the answer is “a lot.” Yet Bedouin score far worse than almost every specific ethnic or religious group in Israel; employment rates for Bedouin (60% of Bedouin