Dev4Dev Cleanweb Hackathon - IT based solutions for the developing world

Organzied by Terralab Ventures and IsraelDev Network, the Dev4Dev Cleanweb Hackathon is the first Hackathon in Israel focusing on solutions for developing world challenges.

The Hackathon builds upon the success of more than 20 Cleanweb Hackathons that took place in key markets around the world and will bring together developers, designers and business professionals dedicated to collaborative creation and coding that address developing world challenges.

The Dev4Dev Cleanweb Hackathon is a two-day event that will be held from 14-15 November, 2013 at Google Campus Tel Aviv (Electra Tower 98 Yigal Alon St. Tel Aviv Floor 26th) Dev4Dev Cleanweb is designed to bring together Israeli innovators from diverse backgrounds to build "Cleanweb" and IT based solutions that address the challenges faced by the developing world.

"Cleanweb" is about helping entrepreneurs, innovators, and enterprises to leverage information technology to drive massive improvements in global sustainability, economic prosperity, and human well-being.

The Dev4Dev Cleanweb Hackathon is about connecting Israel’s leading entrepreneurial and technological community with the needs of the developing world.

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  • Caylee T.

    Great seeing you all at the hackathon last week!

    For those who worked on health related challenges, IsraelDev's event this Tuesday may be of interest:

    Join us for an inspiring lecture by Dr. Peter A. Singer at Tel Aviv University. Dr. Singer is one of the leading experts in the field of health innovation for the developing world. As CEO of Grand Challenges Canada, he overseas a $250 million competitive fund for research and development of innovative solutions to the health challenges of the world's poorest people.

    Date: Tuesday 26 Novemember
    Time: 19:15
    Venue: Britannia Building, Room 05, Tel Aviv University

    Facebook event:

    For more info and Registration:

    1 · November 24, 2013

  • Daniel Ben Y.

    Good luck with the. hack!!! Wish I could be there. Looking forward to read about you in the Paper

    November 14, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Hey guys.
    I'd love to join the hackathon - but I won't be available until 10 AM. Can I still register late and participate from 10?

    November 12, 2013

    • Raphael N.

      Hi Nir, We would be pleased to see you at 10AM. Please make sure to register online (­) and sign up for a team to secure your seat, and access to perks and meals etc...

      November 12, 2013

  • Chris G.

    I'm heading out with Blake! Can't wait!

    November 11, 2013

  • Blake B.

    Heading that way from Texas next Tuesday! Looking forward to meet you all.

    2 · November 7, 2013

  • Gregory R.

    We traveling all the way from Ghana to participate in the Cleanweb hackathon. We are working on the Adverse Drug Monitoring Application -!mpharm/choh

    We are looking for
    - 2 backend developers
    - 1 frontend developer
    - 1 UX/Designer
    - Anyone with a medical or pharmaceutical background.

    We are excited to be in Israel and look forward to meeting and working with interested persons during the hackathon. Feel free to email me at [masked]

    3 · November 7, 2013

  • Daniel J.

    Checkout the Aquaponics app challenge

    We are looking for:

    - Web developers
    - Aquaponics experts
    - UX / Designers
    - Branding & creative experts
    - Any other person who can add value to the team

    Join us and lets hack this hackaton :)


    2 · October 29, 2013

  • Caylee T.

    The first set of challenges are now online, sign up for a team and begin working on a challenge!!identified-challenges/c1trx

    October 25, 2013

  • Blake B.

    Really excited to see this come together to jumpstart Cleanweb in Israel! I'm looking forward to attending and meeting you all.

    1 · September 16, 2013

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