Save a Soul, a team of five students from the Regina Pacis Secondary School Onitsha in Anambra State, developed a mobile application called, FD Detector, to tackle the problem of fake pharmaceutical products in the country. The app can confirm the authenticity and expiration status of a pharmaceutical drug by scanning the barcode.
Nigerian Teenage Girls Dominate the World in Technovation World Pitch Summit
This is Africa, 14 August 2018
Technovation is the world's largest global tech entrepreneurship program for girls. This year, girls from Nigeria won the junior category of the competition for their app named… Read more »
Teen Girls' App May Save Nigerians From Fake Drugs
Nigeria Health Watch, 14 August 2018
Save a Soul, a team of five students from the Regina Pacis Secondary School Onitsha in Anambra State, won a place in this year's global finals of the Technovation Challenge in… Read more »
Save a Soul, are the first Nigerian team to participate in the junior category of the competition since its inception in 2010.
Save a Soul, a team of five students from the Regina Pacis Secondary School Onitsha in Anambra State, won a place in this year's global finals of the ... see more »
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