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#76 Teach Coding to Youth Education

There are many children in Baltimore (e.g., "squeegy" kids) with the potential to excel at programming if given the opportunity but lack the education to do so.

#77 Health Department Internal Referral Form Health & Wellness

The Health Department encompasses multiple divisions that make referrals to each other, and there is currently no standardized referral system in place.

#79 Algorithm to Reduce Food Waste Health & Wellness

Food waste in Baltimore is unfortunate given the number of food deserts and hungry people in Baltimore, and incinerating wasted food contributes to air pollution (see https://www.nrdc.org/stories/baltimore-poised-put-major-dent-its-food-waste-stream).

#80 Technology Access Map Public Safety

The city is working on a Civil Rights Strategic Plan, and planning-related research has uncovered inequitable access to technology and capital in the city's neighborhoods (see https://technology.baltimorecity.gov/sites/default/files/BCIT%20Strategic%20Plan%20Final%207.10.18.pdf). The Strategic Plan can't propose a solution to inequitable access to technology and capital without clear and accurate data about where residents are most impacted.

#59 Health Department Community Resource Directory Health & Wellness

The Health Department has created a community resource directory and needs a way to integrate and better share with other resource directories across the city so that one central place exists for providers to update information that can be easily viewed by the public.

#58 Non-Fatal Overdose Dashboard Health & Wellness

Baltimore's Emergency Medical System (EMS) within the Fire Department currently receives non-fatal overdose data across the city on a daily basis but does not have a way to automatically process and visualize it.