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EMPOWERING MUSLIM WOMEN THROUGH TECHNOLOGY

Founded in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in 2016, The Muslim Women Tech is a coming together of influential or passionate Muslim Women in Tech to strategically leverage resources to promote the utilization and implementation of technology to empower Muslim Women to achieve unimagined possibilities and drive transformation. 


We the alliance recognize that women have unique roles and responsibilities and we aim to leverage technology to enhance their capacity to transform society. 


We provide a crowdfunding platform where there is a quarterly offering of new innovative projects available for crowdfunding.


We provide mentorship, an annual forum for networking and a monthly workshop the can be accessed live on the ground and via a web telecast.

About

The Alliance

The Muslim Women Tech is a coming together of influential or passionate Muslim Women in Tech to strategically leverage resources to promote the utilization and implementation of technology to empower Muslim Women to achieve unimagined possibilities and drive transformation.

Crowdfunding

A crowdfunding platform where innovative project start ups of Muslim Women in tech can be featured and funded. Our funding range is from 5,000 to 50,000 MYR as a charity or as a reward program.

Mentoring

A platform where an annual forum, a monthly training, and multiple mentor and mentee relationships can be harnessed from the experts in the various field of technology. It is a networking of people that values the unique roles and capacities of women in transforming society.

"Muslim Women in Tech is helping to continue the legacy of incredible women by creating a powerful network to empower, support and mentor emerging leaders and by extension their respective communities.”


from our supportive community

Women On Board (Maldives) 

“There is immense potential for Muslim Women worldwide to develop economically as technology entrepreneurs. MWT can bridge knowledge gaps in the Muslim World, to promote and further the empowerment of women, and society at large.” 


Ladyana Abdullah, Founder/CTO of Brainy Bunch

Umar Munshi, Founder of Ethis Ventures

Testimonials

“It is without doubt that today’s technological advancement has brought about many changes in our lives, and one of them is the ability for people to connect seamlessly across the globe at any time of the day. 


In addition, technology has also brought communication costs down, broken all barriers and enabled Muslim Women to gather around the virtual space to exchange ideas and opinions that matter to them. 


I strongly feel, that technology will and can play an important role in helping the Muslim women reach greater heights, either through the formation of alliances that can make us stronger as one, or through advocating causes for the advancement of the Ummah.”


“The world is ever-changing and the gamut of hatred, ill-feeling and bias against women, especially Muslim women are increasing exponentially. Albeit, the reported cases of abuse against women and children have drawn the attention of a portion of the public, much is needed to truly understand and exacerbate assistance to those in dire circumstances. The need to focus on this circumstances begs the attention of the "powers that be" and this can be pushed to its fruition by forming an alliance of "Muslim women for Muslim women", in shaa Allah.”


Raja Teh Maimunah, Director/CEO of Hong Leong Islamic)

"Sisterhood is a strong bond that unites Ummah and that transforms our lives to a better one. Joining hands with Muslim Women Tech (MWT) has taken the classical form of sisterhood to another level via technology. This is exactly what we need in this 21st century. Technology has made sisterhood illimitable."


Amany Killawi, Co-Founder/COO of Launchgood.com)

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