Organized by Harvard Developers for Development, MIT Global Poverty Initiative, Tufts Entrepreneurs Society, and Tufts Empower, the annual International Development Hackathon (IDHack) brings together hackers, technology enthusiasts, and organizations working in international development to create impact with technology.
The IDHack solicits projects from NGOs, nonprofits, and government organizations operating in the international development and social impact space, and teams of hackers (including programmers, designers, and anyone else with an interest in social impact) work together to develop creative solutions to the problems pitched at IDHack. All participants are also welcome to work on their own project, but are encouraged to take advantage of the expertise of people in the organizations presenting.
The last ID Hack took place February 12th - 13th, 2016. Look out for the date of the next IDHack.