With this Hackathon on sustainability, we want to ‘connect’ our passion for technology to an application that helps to bring positive impact into women in Bangladesh.

She is the youngest child and only daughter of Mahmuda Nahar (Ruby), a singer and school teacher, and Nazmee Jahan Chowdhury, an employee at James Finlay Bangladesh.

Nazreen lived in Khulna, where she studied in Sunflower Nursery school and then Coronation Girls’ High School.

She dedicated it to the “Spirit of 1971 Liberation War of Bangladesh and all those who are fighting to protect it." The campaign received widespread support from the mass and was run completely independent of any political support, contrary to various claims made in the media by a number of Ministers in the Bangladesh Government.

Among notable civilians, cricketers from the Bangladesh national team supported by advocating in their own rights, most outspokenly Shakib Al Hasan, world's number one all-rounder and Mashrafe Mortaza, the captain of the Bangladesh national cricket team.

She credits such struggle at early life for giving her "abilities to bounce back after adversities and greet change and difficulties as an opportunity to welcome greater self-reflection, learning, and growth." Because of certain tragic circumstances in her childhood, Nazreen had to take care of herself from a very young age.

This also made her realize early that the only way to set herself free, and to be independent, would be to educate herself.In early 1996, when Nazreen was thirteen, her parents divorced and she went to live with her aunt, Chobi Rouf, and uncle, NAT Rouf, in Dhaka where she was enrolled in the English medium Scholastica school.At this point, she was separated from both her parents as well as her only sibling and elder brother, who stayed in Chittagong with their father.The first and second group of winners will receive differentiated prizes. How can I get up-to-date info about this Hackathon?This is a 36 hour of Hackathon which is Taking place at Dhaka on this September 2016. “ICT Hackathon for Women 2016” is an initiative of Women In Digital (WIDBD).