The event included speeches to congratulate this important group who work in the field of information technology, as well as showcase the successful experiences of female faculty members and students specialized in this field.

Dr. Asmaa Abdul Hussein, Head of the Women’s Affairs Department, discussed the positive effects of women working in the technology field. Dr. Zeinab Naaman Al-Qudsi, responsible for the Quality Assurance Department at the College of Biomedical Informatics, shared her success story through designing an electronic scientific magazine for Baghdad College of Economics, which was ranked fourth among private colleges for the comprehensiveness of the website design.

Additionally, some works and projects of female students were presented.  Aseel Emad, a student from the second stage presented a project on managing the library and purchasing books online.  Fatima Kareem discussed a project on a smart cane for the visually impaired to protect them from potential risks.

Rassl Mustafa and Maryam Hussein, students from the College of Biomedical Informatics spoke about sensors for environmental pollution that continuously monitor air quality to give a signal in case of strong air pollution, as well as developing a website for selling medical devices.

This celebration is in line with achieving sustainable development goals for gender equality and promoting sustainable local cities and communities.