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The “Baby and Me” project from Souss-Massa region awarded at the INDH Hackathon 

Written by FDM

The “Baby and Me” project has been distinguished in Agadir, during the Hackathon, a competition of ideas initiated by the INDH in the 12 regions of the kingdom. It won the first prize for the Souss-Massa region.

“Baby and Me” is the name of the project in the Souss-Massa region that won the first place in the Hackathon. Launched by the National Initiative for Human Development (INDH), this competition is rolled out in 12 regions of the kingdom to bring out innovative projects carried by the youth and focused on early childhood.

The particularity of “Baby and Me” is that it’s an application to monitor the health of infants and mothers during pregnancy, delivery and postpartum, providing advice and opting for the installation of a connected medical bracelet for baby.

In second place, there was the Amaway project (“Alternative” in Amazigh), which consists of offering alternative food products to patients intolerant to gluten. Also on the podium was the Insulino project, an application that monitors insulin doses in children with type 1 diabetes.

For now, the competition continues until August 9 in other parts of the country. As a reminder, the leaders of each Hackathon will challenge each other in the final expected at the National Conference on Human Development on September 18 and 19 in Skhirat around the theme ” Developing early childhood, a commitment to the future “.