City councils, citizens and civil society organisations are creating measures in neighbourhoods and communities to sustain social cohesion and to keep our spirits up.
To make it possible for public health officials to evaluate anonymized real-time data on the spread of Covid-19, a platform asks citizens to provide live updates on their health conditions.
With the #SmartDevelopmentHack, the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development aims to support the development of digital solutions to overcome Covid-19-related challenges in developing countries. The best solutions receive funding to increase their impact in the long term.
The biggest Hackathon ever helped to develop digital solutions for more than 800 challenges and thus tackle the secondary effects of Covid-19.
Fabrique Citoyenne in Rennes, France set up a website highlighting how residents can support each other and their community.
Bringing together tech communities and doctors, nurses and all operators involved, an Italian initiative aims to collect a selection of resources, technologies, intelligent machines and robots to tackle the effects of Covid-19.
An online platform connects pupils who need help with their remote learning tasks with university students who have time to help.