UN Women in partnership with UNFPA and HEAIDS hosted “Ideathon” workshops over two days, during the HEAIDS conference.
It brought together more than 321 students over the 2 days of idea generation.
Six of the projects were selected by a group of panelists and was further developed into 5 digital prototypes within 24 hours.
These prototypes were created as part of the "Ideathon" process and highlights the opportunity in co-creating solutions
with the participants.
More than 321 students participated over the two days generating ideas, building solutions and prototyping the ideas.
The end of the workshops cultivated in an exciting showcase where 31 project ideas were presented.
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