The original article was published on Forbes on 16 February 2016. Written by Federico Guerrini

On 14 April, a boy washes his feet, at a handpump in the Dar es Salam camp in the Baga Sola area, in the Lake Region.
On 14 April, a boy washes his feet, at a handpump in the Dar es Salam camp in the Baga Sola area, in the Lake Region.

Are you a startup working on open source technologies which could have a positive impact on the lives of children in developing countries? You still have a few days to apply for funding provided by UNICEF, as part of its recently launched Innovation Fund.

After raising $9million in a first investment round, the organization spent the last half of 2015 making  about 20 investments across three portfolio areas: ranging from products aimed at boosting youth learning and youth participation, to improving real‐time information for decision making, or setting up the infrastructures needed to increase access to services and information.

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