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I updated my post to include the video of the award jury with their comments about Kandu.

I was looking forward to finding collaborations and funding from the OpenIDEO community to implement Kandu. I am still hoping and feel positive.

I am collaborating with a muslim sexologist in Copenhagen, Denmark to reached out young Muslim girls in prematrial events in hair salons. Our first workshop will be run at the end of August.

Dear OpenIDEO and Amplify teams,

First of all, thanks for your contributions, suggestions and support for Kandu.

I am very happy to be part of this challenge and I want to share with you that Kandu won the first place in Service design category on Core 77 Design Awards:

http://www.core77designawards.com/2014/recipients/kandu/

I hope to see Kandu going live one day in any community that needs it.

I asked from 3 different target group: Youth, mothers and stakeholders (hairdressers and providers such a sexologist, doctors)

1. What part of Kandu do they want to use?
2. Which features or services of Kandu feel more safe to use?
3. If Kandu would be a real service to offer women to learn about sexual education, will they prefer participate at Tea Talk events or just find clinics and sexologist?