Indonesia's foreign domestic workers have a way to pick up coding skills, thanks to new courses being organised in the cities they work in.
The two-month-long coding course, is being run by the Indonesian government's Creative Economy Agency (Bekraf), and is similar to one it's already started running back home for stay-at-home mothers, called "Coding Mum."
Around two million Indonesians are overseas as domestic workers around the world. Roughly 125,000 Indonesians are employed as domestic workers , and 151,000 . Read more...More about Coding Mum, Indonesia, Coding, and World