Humanitarian solutions from a community of innovators.
THE Port Online Humanitarian Hackathon 2021
The event was held online with participants from all over the world. After a preparation phase that began a month before the event, our 64 participants did amazing work to deliver solutions to 5 humanitarian challenges. This year’s organising team gathered at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland, to host via live stream.
THE Port Online Humanitarian Hackathon 2020
The hackathon was held online in October 2020. Over 60 innovators from around the world got together and worked as teams on multiple different humanitarian challenges. While almost all participants worked from home due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the event team streamed the opening and closing ceremonies from CERN’s iconic Globe of Science and Innovation in Geneva, Switzerland.
THE Port Humanitarian Hackathon 2019
The hackathon was held in October 2019 on the CERN campus in Geneva, Switzerland. 57 innovators travelled from around the world to work as teams on six humanitarian challenges. After ~60 hours of collaboration and innovation, the teams presented their results at the final ceremony in CERN’s iconic Globe building.
Fri, 03/11/2022 - 14:47
Coverage of pier-39's project (Vulcano Alerting System) by MSF Geneva's 'Tag' magazine.
Wed, 03/02/2022 - 17:06
THE Port Association is calling for new humanitarian challenges for 2022. Submit your challenge and realise your idea!
Today’s Promoted Projects
Support shoppers to have the information and confidence to know that everything they buy is made without slave labor.View Project
No Fly Conference
Work together without the need to travel.View Project
Burst-safe food air drop bag.View Project
Tracking and demarcation system for dogs in rescue and de-mining operations.View Project
Kool & The Gang
The 10$ inflatable fridge for field operations.View Project
Volcano Community Alerting
Volcanological observatory alert application.View Project