India’s Hackathon for Women is bringing together developers to focus on humanitarian-based projects in areas of financial inclusion, locations and maps, safe areas, and health and medicine. Some of the hackathon participants worked to build a platform that enables financial-service providers to serve an estimated 2.5 billion poor and unbanked people globally. Other hackathon partipants worked on a custom, crowdsourced map that highlights information such as local police stations, hotels, accommodation and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) that would come handy for women’s safety. 
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India’s Hackathon for Women is bringing together developers to focus on humanitarian-based projects in areas of financial inclusion, locations and maps, safe areas, and health and medicine. Some of the hackathon participants worked to build a platform that enables financial-service providers to serve an estimated 2.5 billion poor and unbanked people globally. Other hackathon partipants worked on a custom, crowdsourced map that highlights information such as local police stations, hotels, accommodation and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) that would come handy for women’s safety. 

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