The app will help connect affected girls to legal and medical assistance.
Girls who are forced to undergo the procedure can also alert local authorities by pressing a panic button on the app.
The practice is mostly done when the girls are between the ages 10-14 years.
“This app a good way of getting people to talk about FGM,” said Dorcas Adhiambo Owino, the group’s mentor and Kenya’s Technovation program lead.
“It is a conversation starter and that shows anyone can be involved in the fight against FGM.”
The team beat nine Kenyan semi finalists to secure a spot at the Technovation Challenge taking place in August in California.
They will meet other finalists from other parts of the world and compete for a chance to win $15,000.
Sponsored by Google, Salesforce and Adobe, Technovation challenges girls aged 10-18 to create an app that solves problems faced by their communities.