LibertApp was developed as a joint work with the International Organization for Migration (IOM - UN) and Migración Colombia. It is focused on informing, preventing and reporting cases of human trafficking. Canned Head was in charge of the creative and development process, which was divided into three stages. The process began with the definition of user roles, functional requirements and technical requirements. This was followed by the design, socialization and approval of preliminary visuals for the application, and finally the solution was developed and deployed.
The final development consists of a mobile application (iOS and Android) developed in React-Native, a set of services deployed in AWS with a serverless architecture and a virtual private network (VPN) with the infrastructure of Migration Colombia. LibertApp allows users to report a case or generate a panic report which is sent, along with the user's personal and location data, to the Anti-Human Trafficking Operational Center (COAT) of the Ministry of the Interior, in charge of managing the these cases. Users also have access to detailed information on human trafficking and can find a directory with the contact information of the different consulates in different parts of the world.