City Health Tech solves 20-second hand washing problem, so you no longer have to sing Happy Birthday twice
Entrepreneurs Ibraheem Alinur and Irewole Akande know handwashing for 20 seconds can save countless lives.
They founded City Health Tech with the goal of creating a product that makes hand washing fun and interactive.
City Health Tech
by Andrew Johnston
“My dream and my passion is to develop a sustainable and scalable model for cities.”
City Health Tech’s device promotes longer hand-washing times City Health Tech’s device promotes longer hand-washing times
by Yunkyo Kim
City Health Tech’s award-winning product is only 3.5 inches tall, but it is mighty.
New Device Encourages People to Watch and Wash New Device Encourages People to Watch and Wash
by CMM News
A new device created by a startup based out of Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, keeps people at the sink longer, The Daily Northwestern reports.
A Gadget That Entertains While Tracking Hand washing Habits
by CleanLink News
Restroom hand washing habits could soon be improved due to a small gadget developed by startup based out of Northwestern University.
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Alinur, who is currently an undergraduate student at Northwestern University, founded City Health Tech in 2017. The startup aims to improve community health for students at universities so that they can full apply themselves academically.