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Stay-at-home mum bakes her way to the top in Saudi Arabia

23-Oct-2016 :

Riyadh: In Saudi Arabia, women who get to work in a field they are passionate about are very lucky.

Societal restrictions, including not being able to drive, have hindered the movement and ambitions of Saudi and expatriate women alike. But despite the barriers, many determined women have been able to carve out successful businesses from the comfort of their own homes.

Courtesy: Nazreen Fazal

Nadia feels lucky she is doing something she is passionate about.

Nadia, a computer science graduate from Karachi, Pakistan, spent her early childhood in Jeddah, before moving back home.

She worked as a software engineer and project manager in Karachi until she got married and followed her husband back to Saudi Arabia.

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