These girls are changing the world, one code at a time #SheMeansBusiness

It's another day for a large part of the world. Hashtags and trends are the new form of applause for brands that have created something unique.

And the very next day, there'll be new bandwagons to grab onto. Conversations will die after the retweets have crossed their expiry dates.

Some news channels will talk about how someone did something pertinent and eventually all that rebellion and fight for equal rights will fizzle out.

That is until a major molestation case or a heinous rape case takes over our news feed.

But as long as there is hope, there will always be someone doing some good. Or very good, like these folks. What started with 15 kids, now caters to 200 kids. To support the girls, you can visit them on their Facebook page or tweet to them @sluminnovation. You can also search for one of the apps on the Google Store.

Updated Date: Mar 08, 2017 14:47 PM

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