We’re pleased to announce that mVAM has been recognised as one of 2016’s 100 most inspiring social innovations using digital technology to drive social change around the world. The competition, the NT100, is run by the Nominet Trust, the UK’s leading tech for good funder.
The 2016 NT100 was selected from 700 projects reviewed by Nominet Trust and a panel of partner organisations including: Big Lottery Fund, Cancer Research UK, Comic Relief, Nominet, Oxfam, Telefonica O2 and Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship.
mVAM has been recognised for its contribution to humanitarian interventions by leveraging mobile technology to provide frequent, lower cost food security data.
If you want to find out more about other NT100 projects check out their Social Tech Guide, a comprehensive collection of inspiring ways tech pioneers are changing lives, communities and our world for the better.