Young people’s innovation is endless, as long as we encourage them to identify their passion rather than suppress it; an issue young people in the Middle East are facing. Heavy focus on the academic content ignoring young people’s need to explore their passion and creativeness is limiting their ability to come up and develop ideas, of which might be the solution to a better world. Warsha was initially launched in 2016 in Syria and was known by ChangeMakers. It aim of stimulating youth’s innovation through coding and business skills.
Warsha aims to provide an online education platform which young people, especially the vulnerable such refugees and out-of-school youth, can use to upskill their programming and entrepreneurial capacities. Warsha allows an innovative and out-of-the-box approach to career and education pathways.