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How one software engineer is using an app to fight hunger in Nigeria

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Growing up having experienced the struggles of hunger firsthand, Oscar Ekponimo made it his life’s mission to use his talents to help others without food.

Now a software engineer living in Abuja, Ekponimo developed Chowberry — an innovative web app working to provide affordable nutrition to millions of Nigerians who are malnourished and suffering from hunger.

Chowberry uses cloud-based software to provide retail merchants with data on any soon-to-expire food in stock. This allows food nearing the end of its shelf life to be discounted, acquired, and distributed by charities, orphanages, and non-profit organizations rather than simply tossed out. Read more…

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