Wednesday, April 29, 2015

Pakistani Woman making inroads into gaming industry

Mariam Adil (1st from right) on stage at Clinton Global Initiative University's conference with ex US President Bill Clinton and other commitment makers. Image courtesy GRID Website

It has been reported by the Global Voices that a young Pakistani woman Mariam Adil is making waves in the Pakistani gaming industry.

Already, Pakistan's software industry employs more than 24,000 people - but addition of a young woman makes it more participative and challenging.

Adil is the founder of the Gaming Revolution for International Development (“GRID”), a game development start-up that designs low-cost video games to simulate common issues in development fieldwork and teach development skills.

Read more and her interview here

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