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World Pulse Wins Award in First Intel Hackathon

March 20, 2012 marked World Pulse's first-ever hackathon—a convergence of technology developers who work to solve technical challenges for social change. Intel hosted the conference and teams of their brightest technical talent spent one day working with World Pulse and other organizations to deploy innovative solutions for girls’ empowerment. World Pulse founder and CEO Jensine Larsen provided the opening address and partner organizations such as 10x10, Room to Read, and Global Education Campaign also participated.

World Pulse and Intel teams worked to address two problems: improved digital mapping capability to visually display the powerful content from our community members around the world, and a responsive design of the website for mobile and low-bandwidth devices. In just one day, the teams were able to accomplish a great deal.

The Intel/World Pulse team working on the mapping tool created a more informative and interactive version of the map we’ve used for programs like our 2012 International Women’s Day celebration. This will help World Pulse better serve as a conduit of information and resources for women’s empowerment between grassroots women change leaders, advocacy organizations, donors, politicians, and more.

The team working on the low-bandwidth/mobile website succeeded in creating a mobile version of our site that will be rolled out later this year. The World Pulse/Intel team won second-place for its scalable interface design—accessible by mobile devices—that will enable women in low-bandwidth environments to take advantage of our website and online community.

By participating in this exciting event, World Pulse and Intel further solidified our partnership and commitment to leverage access to technology to empower girls and women worldwide. We were impressed with the excitement and energy of the Intel employees in helping their non-profit partners achieve their technical goals. Once implemented, these features will greatly enhance the accessibility, connections, and impact of our website and our members—YOU!


Farnoosh Fathi's picture

Thank you for your hard work!

And for sharing this fantastic news: congratulations!!!

Farnoosh Fathi

wasirajpoot's picture


i hope you all always for betterment.

Wasim Khan

Leina's picture

Congratulations to World Pulse!

A big congratulations to World Pulse!I pray for more achievements in the days ahead!I `m honored to be part of this great family.

Stella Paul's picture


Hearty congratulations to team World Pulse on your win. You deserve this one and more!

Stella Paul
Twitter: @stellasglobe

ikirimat's picture

Congratulations WorldPulse


I have no doubt that you will reach out to many more women with information and empowerment. Most of all connecting women from across the world enhances the understanding that a woman from the other part of the world has similar challenges BUT can work together, share and encourage each other to improve.

I am happy for this achievement

Grace Ikirimat

"It takes the hammer of persistence to drive the nail of success."

AchiengNas's picture


Well-done World Pulse team!
The website is now visible in my mobile phone!
Thanks to you, Intel. Well achieved, World Pulse!!!

I believe everybody has the potential to live a better life. Given the Opportunity, Education and Motivation ANYONE can become someone admirable. Nobody is a NOBODY, everybody is SOMEBODY.

Sarvina's picture

A Big Congratulations to

A Big Congratulations to World Pulse!



Sarvina from Cambodia
VOF 2011 Correspondent

Fardosa Muse's picture


Kudos to world pulse !

Every One, Every Day ,Every Way, Prevent Vi0lenCE AgainST W0men On YouR Way!

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busayo's picture


This is Great! more and more of it for WorldPulse


Busayo Obisakin
Women inspiration Development center
Ile-Ife, Nigeria

Sanjay Dixit's picture

Woman is on right path

Woman is on Right Path and with the support of modern technology it is possible to monitor progress on redefined parameters of progress and positive change - change for the better.
Keep it up women across the globe!!! All the best.From:
Mr Sanjay Dixit,Mumbai,India

sanjay r. dixit

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