Ajiry Group of Young African Developers Have Developed a Solution for a Contactless Distribution System that Uses Cyber & Data Chain Knowledge Allowing Institutions to Safely Distribute Support to Vulnerable Communities

Author:
Ajiry Program
Publisher:
Ajiry Program
Publication Date:
11 June 2020
Tags:
Kenya, Aid and Assistance, Coronavirus, ICT and Telecom, Innovation, NGOs and Civil Society

Under the Ajiry Program, Mastercard Foundation has partnered with an entity called Tribus TSG (a subsidiary of Centum Investment), where young African developers have designed and deployed a zero-contact food distribution application to respond to the skyrocketing food relief challenges related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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