Support refugees to become software developers

Codedoor offers a program to teach refugees to develop websites and web-applications.

You can support CodeDoor:

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e-learning contentWe partner with the best e-learning platforms

WorkspaceWe provide a quiet and efficient working environment

LaptopsWe offer students the devices necessary to learn and build

TutoringWe bring tutors and refugees together for help, inspiration and motivation

Melissa Fleming (United Nations)

Melissa Fleming of the UN's refugee agency tells the refugees' stories — and asks us to help them rebuild their world.

Our core values

Codedoor is commited to follow these moral principles


Our logistic dashboard is available to anybody and the code produced for and by the participants is open-source.

High impact

We aim to provide the hightest impact for education through efficient use of ressources.


Empathetic people are curious and possess a desire to know and understand others.

Our partners

We are fortunate to collaborate with these great organisations

Who we are

Codedoor is a non-profit organisation compassionately preparing and educating refugees to become software developers.
  • Karan Dehghani

    50 million people in the world today have been forcefully displaced from their home ... only 20% are in school. We have 21st century educational technology at our fingertips. It's time we start asking: How can we let refugees thrive in the internet era?

    Karan Dehghani Co-founder and entrepreneur
  • Nicolas Ritouet

    I always wanted to contribute my skills as a developer to foster education. CodeDoor is an awesome way to leverage technology providing eduction to those in need.

    Nicolas Ritouet Co-founder and software craftsman
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