Great news! Due to a surge of late registrations UNICEF, ARM, and frog have extended the Wearables for Good Challenge  to Tuesday, August 11.

The Wearables for Good challenge seeks to develop innovative, affordable solutions to make wearables and sensor technology a game-changer for women and children. Anybody with ideas can submit, including students, entrepreneurs, members of the maker community, engineers, designers, and technologists. Join the global social impact, design and technology communities to solve some of the world’s greatest challenges. 2 winners will be announced in November.

Visit the Application Page to enter and learn more!

Talking RapidPro at New York University with World Food Programme
Erica Kochi talks to HuffPost Live about the Wearables for Good Challenge