App
Gallery

Every year we challenge girls and families to solve problems in their communities. This App Gallery showcases 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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  • 2020 Finalist
    • Anti Child Abduction Mobile App

    • Pakistan

    • A mobile app that keeps children safe from kidnapping. Anti Child Abduction Mobile App uses data from motion sensors, GPS information, and previous location patterns collected from a child's phone. When the child's position differs from those patterns, the tool alerts parents their child may be in danger. (Inspired by a local event in the family's neighborhood.)
    • Program: Families
    • Topic: Peace, Justice, and Strong Institutions
  • 2020 1st Place
    • Kuwait Birds Tracker

    • Kuwait

    • Kuwait Birds Tracker helps protect local endangered bird species. Users take pictures of birds, and using image-recognition tools, KBT identifies the bird and suggests tips for keeping it safe.
    • Program: Families
    • Topic: Life on Land
  • 2020 Finalist
    • A10

    • Spain

    • An assistive technology for people with visual impairments. Using image recognition software, A10 is trained to alert users if they are about to take the wrong medication. A10 can also notify an emergency contact if a medication is not taken within a specified window.
    • Program: Families
    • Topic: Reduced Inequalities
  • 2020 Finalist
    • Talk & Trust

    • Palestinian Territories

    • An assistive technology for people with speech impairments. Users record themselves saying a word in English or Arabic. Then Talk & Trust analyzes the recording against its library of recordings of other pronunciations and displays the word in text.
    • Program: Families
    • Topic: Good Health and Well-Being
  • 2020 Finalist
    • My Ouch

    • United States

    • A tool for monitoring a person's health and pain levels. My Ouch has temperature, pulse and moisture sensors that gather data about a person's health. The app uses this data to predict the level of care a person may need and alert an emergency contact if necessary.
    • Program: Families
    • Topic: Good Health and Well-Being
  • 2020 1st Place
    • Help2Hear

    • Kazakhstan

    • An automated sign language-to-text interpretation tool. Help2Hear records a video of a user as they sign and uses an AI visual-recognition tool to analyze hand movements and wrist and hand shapes against a library of gesture images. The tool then translates the detected signs into text.
    • Program: Families
    • Topic: Good Health and Well-Being