Ann Jyothi - Selected for National Volunteers Hackathon 2021
Ann Jyothi is second year Btech ECE student of GEC wayanad, and she is passionate to travel in search of enlightening things and knowledge seeking. she wishes to create a world where people accept each other in all aspects, where equality doesn't remain as a saying, and to develop a tech-world.
We propose to creatively solve the post pandemic challenges that arise now like handling the crowds, unemployment, medical resource depletion etc.
we are now concerned about the people who lost their jobs in post pandemic period, especially among tribals .we would like to teach them a skill or make them part of our social entrepreneurship idea. The idea is inspired from Shaya concept recognised by UN list of best practices which turned huge waste of PPE scraps to reusable mattrasses for FLTCs and old age homes and created jobs to hand skilled women of local community in pandemic period. we would also like to come up with solution for unemployment among tribal community by teaching them a hand skill or coming up with an entreprenuership idea to help them.a nd an alert system with all guides to protocols is our plan for crowd management when students come back to schools and colleges.
Pandemic have frozen our lives and in this post pandemic period we are here for a fresh start huge unemployment and health issues and crowd management setbacks our economy from recovering restarting and reigniting .
PROJECT COME BACK
Come back is a series of tiny projects to solve post pandemic period challenges like unemployment and crowd management etc. unemployment problem focusing tribals -can teach a skill or a social entreprenurship initiative crowd management system-helps to manage crowd in malls, offices, schools, colleges.
AIMS & OBJECTIVES:
Aims -to solve post pandemic challenges ,to empower tribal community
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS
GOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth