Clean & Green Hackathon in November

The National Environment Agency (NEA) is excited to announce the Clean & Green Hackathon from 8 – 10 November 2013. The Clean & Green Hackathon will focus on the four main themes of Air Quality, Dengue Prevention, Public Cleanliness and Recycling.

The first Clean & Green Hackathon brought together 250 participants who built 21 original prototypes in just 48 hours.  Don’t miss this unique opportunity to collaborate and innovate with passionate students and professionals from a wide variety of backgrounds. You’ll also have access to interesting, new data, tools and experts to help you along the way!

Please see problem statements below, and register for the event here.

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  1. Medical doctors such as Doctor Sanath Hettige MBBS, DFM, MCGP, MD, and research institutions such the King Institute Of Preventive Medicine and Ayurevda Researchers, have been advocating, scientifically researched and endorsed papaya leaf extract (PLXC)

    In 2008, Dr. Hettige began revealing his discovery that PLXC was indeed a rapid cure for dengue fever. In 2011, in a letter to the editor of the British Medical Journal he reveals again his field work with citizens who opted not to seek hospital admissions. All persons self-administered the cure in their homes, and were cured without exceptions.

    In 2012, The Times Of India reported the scientific research findings and endorsements of the two research institutions mentioned in the first paragraph of this posting;

    Home cure for dengue death sting – 12 Dec 2012
    Neem-papaya juice passes dengue test – 20 December 2012

    If the PLXC simple method of preparation was brought to the doorsteps of citizens, included with the much touted universal vector control To-Do-List- dengue fever would be buried instead of adults, teens, children, and infants.

    Why is this information being kept from citizens? Has it do with CCRR (class, color, race, and religion? PLXC will benefit all, street beggar or extremely wealthy, medical professionals or infants who have the highest mortality rate due to their under-developed immune systems.

    The informed do not die of dengue fever, nor suffer for long periods of time when contracting the disease. Neither will you.

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  • About Green Drinks Singapore

    Founded in November 2007, Green Drinks Singapore is one of more than 800 cities with a Green Drinks presence.

  • We are a non-profit environmental movement that connects academia, green businesses, activists, community and government, for knowledge sharing and collaboration opportunities. We do this by organising informal talks every last Thursday of the month, over drinks! Once in a while, we hold discussions, documentary screenings and workshops to further engage the public and participants.
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