Health Meets Tech Johannesburg Hackathon
Hi there and thanks for applying for the Health Meets Tech Johannesburg Hackathon - Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights.

The goal of this hackathon is to come up with tech-based solutions for sexual and reproductive health in South Africa and beyond, through an intensive, group based, and collaborative 2 day approach.

The specific focus sub-themes within sexual and reproductive health will be:

Access i.e. mapping health facilities, services provided, locations, linkages to referral services and their opening times

Patient-centered care i.e. collating patient reviews that focuses on clients’ experiences so that clients can rate the quality of care received

Emergency care i.e. creating mobile rapid response platforms for health emergency and a curated network of clinics qualified to deliver services in sexual and reproductive health.

The target participants are those working in the health sector, entrepreneurs, and developers / programmers. Since there are limited spots on the programme, please fill in the application form below as seats will be awarded as part of a competitive process.

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What is your full name? *
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Are you male or female? *
Are you representing an individual or an organisation? *
If an individual, please provide your ID number, and if an organisation please provide your registration (or similar) number. *
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Which of the options below describes you best (please check all the apply)? *
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What do you feel are the biggest challenges for sexual and reproductive health in South Africa? (max 250 words) *
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How have you contributed to this sector so far? Your biggest achievements? (max 250 words) *
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Why do you want to join this hackathon? (max 250 words) *
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What idea do you have to improve sexual and reproductive health services in South Africa? (max 250 words) *
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Select the sub-theme your idea falls under: *
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