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The solution proposed is to pilot a high-impact online coding bootcam modality that includes the employability outcomes of the training, and to develop an online hiring platform for potencial employers to improve the ability of Reprograma to generate revenue and become self-sustainable over time. This solution will allow Reprograma to scale its program, to reach a higher number of vulnerable women in Brazil, and to consolidate its financial sustainability.
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