Techies in residence

Techies in residence

‘The Techies in Residence programme is about helping voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations creatively use digital technology to enhance their social impact. Techies in Residence is about using technology to enhance the mission-facing work of...
Apple’s Carekit

Apple’s Carekit

Social innovation in focus: Apple created “Carekit”, an open source software framework that allows developers to create applications which help people manage their medical condition. Rather than relying solely on medical visits, we are now able to regularly monitor...
Apps for Good

Apps for Good

‘Apps for Good is an award-winning and fast-growing charity that is powering young people to change their world with technology. Since their launch in 2010, they have reached over 75,000 students in 1500 schools globally, helping young people learn to turn bright...
Paperfuge

Paperfuge

‘Inspired by a toy, Stanford bioengineers have developed an inexpensive, human-powered blood centrifuge that will enable precise diagnosis and treatment of diseases like malaria, African sleeping sickness and tuberculosis in the poor, off-the-grid regions where these...
Ioby

Ioby

‘More than just crowdfunding. Community-led positive change.’1 ‘Ioby connects people working on neighborhood-level projects with community members who can physically and financially support them.’3 Ioby mobilizes neighbours who have good ideas to become powerful...