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WHO in Africa holds its first "hackathon" for COVID-19

"What is a hackathon?" you may ask.  The World Health Organization (WHO) in Africa just held its first three-day hackathon, an online gathering of 100 of sub-Saharan Africa's leading innovators working together to generate creative local solutions to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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