Q&A: Iqraaly, the App for Arabic Audiobooks

Q&A: Iqraaly, the App for Arabic Audiobooks

Abdelrahman Wahba is one of three founders behind Iqraaly, a tech company formed at the end of 2010. They believed public radio was vulgar and boring, although they loved listening to audiobooks. Why weren’t there any Arabic audiobooks? Enter Iqraaly, which was betting on the fact that the Arab culture is oral based. The Qur’an, […]

Crowd-Sourcing Literacy With Cairo’s Curfew Library

Crowd-Sourcing Literacy With Cairo’s Curfew Library

Passion leads to success. This is a motto I believe in, and the three following have an abundance of passion: Bikya, the second-hand bookstore/cultural hub/restaurant; BridgEgypt, which helps in linking NGOs to create a greater social impact; and finally The Curfew Library, which is an initiative to swap books and encourage people to read during […]