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Date:

December 4

Time:

04:00 pm - 05:00 pm

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Organizer

Techfugees

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Middle Eastern & Jordan speakers will discuss how the pandemic and economic crisis affect refugees access to healthcare in Jordan.

Regional and local guest speakers will discuss the impact COVID-19 has had on displaced communities and what – tech – solutions/best practices have come out as a result across Jordan. Is COVID-19 preventing refugees from accessing healthcare in Jordan and how can it be addressed?

Moderators:

Ahmad Bassam– Techfugees Data Hub Jordan Lead

Matthew Gardiner – Techfugees UK Chapter Volunteer

Speakers: NAMES TO BE CONFIRMED

Islamic Relief Jordan – Local Overview

Watsi – Tech Solution :

Mackinnon Engen is Executive Director of Watsi, which brings people together through technology to fund life-changing surgery. Watsi has been recognized by CNN as one of its top 10 startups to watch. As a global health and humanitarian professional, Mackinnon’s experience has spanned the UN, international and local NGOs, and academic sectors. Her research efforts have included topics of organizational leadership and effectiveness, economic impact of health interventions, emergency food security, and the humanitarian impact of climate change.

About these Live Sessions:

Techfugees launched an open and collaborative platform to map out how COVID-19 is affecting refugee & displaced communities across the world.

Because we want the voice of local communities to be heard and widely shared, we’ve decided to organise bi-monthly live geographical update sessions to widely share concerns of locals on how to limit the impact of COVID-19, among other things, on displaced communities and present potentially replicable existing tech solutions.

About Techfugees Data Hub:

To learn more about Techfugees Data Hub & join us 👉🏿 http://bit.ly/covidrefugees