Entrepreneurs.my is proud to support the Social Innovation Camp Asia initiative, which has harnessed the potentials of local startups, with aims of bringing them to newer heights with more support. Here are the few startups who made the cut.
Since Social Innovation Camp Asia opened their Call for Ideas, applications have been rolling in from all across the continent. Out of 140 ideas the judges chose these six to be developed over the weekend:
Blood Donors Network
In emergencies, quickly access the blood you need through this app.
Through this site patients with rare diseases finally receive customised attention via an international web of research and crowdsource funding.
Sex Education in Mobile Apps
Combatting teenage pregnancy in a taboo-filled culture.
Improve education by matching enabling users to swap books with each other over one website.
This app connects the public to the government to address civic nuisances such as potholes, open manholes, uncollected trash.
Publicises the obscure world of local art a la Tripadvisor meets Instagram for art.
The Camp itself will be on the 9 – 11 November in Kuala Lumpur, where some of the best of South East Asia’s best software developers and designers will be brought together with those at the sharp end of social problems.
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