This April George Anthony Giannoumis brought his students Rosy Oo, Hifza Shahzad and Alina Zielinska to the #Hack4Education. And guess what, they came home as the winners!
In this episode we get to learn more about the hackathon and Si do, the idea they won the hackathon with.
Rosy Oo, Hifza Nadeem, Alina Zielinska and George Anthony Giannoumis
Si do is a mobile application, that can enable women in the global south to become independent, by using their talent in sewing to become an entrepreneur.
The applications helps women by developing their digital skills, discovering new patterns, learning how to sell their clothing designs, and becoming a source of inspiration for others around the globe.
Si Do has three main features. First, it includes learning materials divided into three levels, for beginners, intermediate and advanced. Second, it is a social platform for communication. Where users can ask questions and discuss different topics. And finally, it is a marketplace, for trading and exchanging clothing designs, patterns and selling finished products.
Do you want to get in touch with the students? Send them an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.