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Ramla Qureshi has seen firsthand the deep bias against girls and women studying STEM subjects — science, technology, engineering and math — in Pakistan. She cites the low figure of 18 percent as the number of Pakistani women who work in a STEM field. In response, she founded Women Engineers in Pakistan. Through her organization, Ms. Qureshi visits schools and holds events to encourage women and girls to study engineering...
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