The problem areas identified were: ‘Menstrual Hygiene and Awareness’, ‘Health Education and Monitoring Women in Workplace & Work Culture Improvement’, ‘Safety and Cyber Risk Awareness’, ‘Mom to Be – Guidance and Monitoring’ and ‘Geriatric Care’
WhyHacK, witnessed participation from various educational institutions across the State, with more than 60% Women innovators. Out of 50+ teams registered, 31 teams were shortlisted (with an average team size of 6) and a total of 150 students attended the Hackathon. These teams were mentored by experts identified by the KSUM's Community Partners ( TinkerHub, Pehia and Girlscript Kochi ).
Winner of the Hackathon: Team Aarogyam.
A brief of their solution and team members attached.