The original article was posted on 31 January 2016 on Engadget. To read the complete article, click here.

The United Nations Children’s Fund, more commonly known as UNICEF, wants to start investing more in technology startups. This new initiative is part of its Innovation Fund, which seeks to develop projects that can make life better for underprivileged children across the globe. But first, companies must meet a few requirements to qualify for UNICEF’s funding: The idea must be open source and have a working prototype, while the tech behind it can be novel or improve an existing one.

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UNICEF to invest in technology startups to help children
UNICEF Innovation Fund to invest in open source technology start-ups