UNICEF Innovation joined forces with tech startup Andela, partnering them up with the Wearables for Good winners, Khushi Baby and Soapen. Daniel and Blessing, two talented Andela developers from Nigeria worked alongside each team to take their groundbreaking ideas and technology further…
Through the Wearables for Good Challenge, UNICEF, ARM and frog, set out to demonstrate how wearable technology can be used to solve some of the most pressing challenges facing children. We put out a global call to action to developers, designers, community partners and problem-solvers to join us in this challenge. We attracted over 1,800 registrants from 65 countries, which resulted in 250 entries from 46 countries around the world.
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