The EU-funded 3D Project (Development Despite Disruption: Resilient civil society in a time of COVID-19 and beyond) in Ukraine has announced the ten winning teams of its ‘Act to Connect’ competition. They will take part in the acceleration programme, starting in April.
The contest aims to bring together the civic and socially responsible IT sector to develop digital products that will help civil society respond effectively to the challenges of the pandemic.
During the acceleration programme the participants will develop prototypes, business plans, and minimum viable products (MVPs), as well as test their products and services from the user’s point of view.
The 3D Project (Development Despite Disruption: Resilient civil society in a time of COVID-19 and beyond) is an EU-funded project implemented by the East Europe Foundation, supporting the empowerment of Ukrainian civil society to confront the effects of COVID-19. The project lasts from October 2020 to April 2022.
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