Empowering Syrians through IT
Civil war has raged in Syria since 2011. Youth unemployment is at 26%, and the cost of living continues to rise. Established by Sakashita Yuki and two Syrian partners, Japanese firm Bon Zuttner hires Syrian IT engineers both in Syria and abroad to develop software for Japanese firms. Sakashita has also launched a new program involving machine learning that allows Syrian mothers to work and earn an income from home. Discover how the IT industry is supporting the lives of Syrians around the world.
Sakashita Yuki, one of the firm's founders
Syrian engineer Ismael Adra has worked at the firm since 2021
Bon Zuttner's core members
Manar Salha trains at home for a machine learning project