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Every year we challenge girls and families to solve problems in their communities. Here are some of the top solutions from recent years. We hope they inspire you to solve a problem you care about in your community!

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  • 2019 Social Justice
    • Activism Now

    • Canada

    • Activism Now connects users to their local activist community and helps keep them informed and active on important issues. Users can access interviews and information about local issues and upcoming events. Organizations working to address poverty, the environment, equality, justice and politics are featured to engage users in their local community.
    • Program: Girls
    • Topic: Social Justice*
  • 2020 1st Place
    • Memory Haven

    • Ireland

    • A tool to help the 500,000+ people in Ireland whose families have been impacted by dementia, Memory Haven incorporates a music playlist alongside other healthcare features like alerts, face and voice recognition, and health checks to help patients with dementia, as well as those who take care of them.
    • Program: Girls
    • Topic: Good Health and Well-Being
  • 2020 Regional Winner
    • Qhawana

    • Bolivia

    • An AI-powered tool, Qhawana prevents individuals with Alzheimer’s from wandering away and getting lost. With the help of algorithms that process the movement of people, the app detects erratic or unusual movements caused by spatial disorientation. When someone with Alzheimer’s begins to wander, Qhawana sends notifications to the caregiver or relatives with their geolocation in real time.
    • Program: Girls
    • Topic: Good Health and Well-Being
  • 2020 Regional Winner
    • Auxilium

    • United States

    • A disaster preparedness tool, Auxilium helps prepare the 60% of American adults who have not practiced what to do in a disaster. With input from school principles and FUSD administrators, Auxilium offers fun quizzes and information to teach people what to do in case of disaster. It also includes a place to create a family plan, and a way for users to alert others if they are in an emergency.
    • Program: Girls
    • Topic: Other
  • 2020 Regional Winner
    • Blue Duck: Albufera

    • Spain

    • An environmental protection and education tool, Blue Duck: Albufera protects Valencia's La Albufera park through collaborative action. La Albufera is affected by the city’s dumping of contaminated water, plastic waste, and the pollution caused by the large infrastructure nearby, which destroys the ecosystem. Blue Duck educates locals in a fun way, and encourages everybody to help.
    • Program: Girls
    • Topic: Life on Land
  • 2020 Regional Winner
    • Bee Happy

    • Kyrgyzstan

    • A tool to help prevent suicide and bullying problems among teenagers, Bee Happy provides users with psychological assistance and access to a community and motivational resources. It connects teenagers with psychologists and help centers, and also allows them to chat with peers and psychologists in group chats and forums. It also provides access to motivational resources and tests, and mini-games.
    • Program: Girls
    • Topic: Good Health and Well-Being