Ushahidi uses crowdsourcing for “activist mapping”, combining social activism, citizen journalism and geospatial data. A free and open-source platform, Ushahidi can help create a temporal and geospatial archive of events.
Jigsaw’s Montage gives war crime investigators the tools to analyze vast amounts of YouTube footage and has been particularly effective in reviewing footage from conflict zones such as Syria.
Atrocity Watch provides an early warning of precursors to genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing, and crimes against humanity though crowd sourcing and big-data analytics
IBM Food Trust™ uses blockchain technology to create unprecedented visibility and accountability in the food supply. It’s the only network of its kind to connect growers, processors, distributors, and retailers through a permissioned, permanent and shared record of food system data.
With SAP Ariba running the largest business-to-business network on the planet, we have an opportunity to bring greater transparency into the supply chain, so that buyers and suppliers can take the appropriate action to eradicate forced labor
Worker Connect is a mechanism for migrant construction workers to learn about their rights, share information about their experiences, and provide anonymous feedback to worker welfare supervisors.
Amply is a not-for-profit project that is building a digital identity and subsidy management system on the Ethereum Blockchain for pre-schools in South Africa
The United Nations (UN) launched a trial to distribute funds to thousands of people in Jordan using the ethereum blockchain
BanQu is a groundbreaking for-profit / for-purpose blockchain-as-a-service software company solving the toughest global problem – Extreme Poverty.