Create solutions for pressing social problems in the country and the regions. This was the call of global innovators network Impact Hub Manila for its largest hackathon dubbed, “Impact Hackathon.” Over 1,700 participants from across the country rose up to the challenge. One of them was a team of young students from Bacolod.
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