With their SOS System app, they won two big awards namely the choice of the public with 4154 votes and finalist at the prestigious Anzisha prize in Cap Town (South Africa) accompanied by a financial envelope of 2500 dollars.
"This prize will be used to launch the application throughout Togolese territory in order to save more life," Augustine told agridigitale.
He praised the great mobilization of Togolese and African public who massively voted for SOS System; a system of computer applications for health information, geolocation, management and reporting of claims to relief and insurers.
Sos System aims to reduce death rate due to traffic accidents. A revolutionary version is being developed to manage livestock, namely the location of herds, especially in pasture or transhumance.
Anzisha Prize is an award for young African entrepreneurs who developed and implemented innovative solutions to social challenges.