Two software projects for University students among the top thirty projects in the Middle East and North Africa
Three students from the College of Business Informatics and the Google Student Developer Club at the University won the title of the 30 best projects on the Middle East and North Africa region in the annual Google Student Solutions Challenge competition.
College students from the third stage, Muhammad Ali Hassan, presented the (Nabeel) project, Hisham Amer Abdul Hameed and Saja Ali Kadhem, the (Dowir) project, to be the only software projects from Iraq among the top 30 projects in the Middle East and North Africa.
And the Dowir project helps to find lost items inside Iraq to be an electronic solution from people to people to facilitate the process of searching for lost items.
While the Nabeel project was a platform that facilitates the delivery of aid and needs by organizations and donors to the needy, with complete preservation of users' information.