The UNICEF, Mongol Content LLC, the National Information Technology Park, and Creative workshop LLC have successfully organized a Hackathon competition.
19 teams in total consisted of 140 youth, have introduced their innovative and technology solution which they all developed in 48 hours under the topic of “Solution for teenagers’ mental and reproductive health issues”.
The judges of the competition included Roberto Benes, representative of UNICEF, Tsogtbaatar, director of NCPHCenter, Plinio Morita, Assistant Professor at the University of Waterloo, Lodoiravsal the director of IT School of NUM, and Batkhuyag the head of Innovation and Technology Transfer Center at NITP.
Hackathon competition was full of energy, innovation, and initiations of youths.
NPC team awarded 3 million tugrugs with 3 months use of TechGer founders coworking space at NITP. The NPC team introduced an idea of using chatbot to collect necessary data from teenagers and analyze it with artificial intelligence and make an appropriate suggestion.
An interesting game which includes the cyber teenage friend, initiated by Baymax team was awarded 2 million tugrugs.
In the 3rd place, Berry team developed an application which can send an emergency message including location and pre-prepared messages in only 3 seconds by tapping 3 times. The Berry team was awarded 1 million tugrugs.
Besides these 3 team, UNICEF further supported 2 teams by providing TechGer coworking space to develop their ideas into viable products.