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Last Chance to RSVP for Digital Technology for Resilience Workshop

By Josh Woodard on September 25, 2017

Recently, FHI 360 launched the Technologies for Resilience Inventory with the Rockefeller Foundation to showcase technologies that are being used to enhance the resilience of individuals, families, communities, businesses, and/or governments. Yet this was just the first step.

Please RSVP now to join us in Bangkok, Thailand, on November 14-15 for the Digital Technologies for Resilience Workshop that will include technology implementers, organizations working on resilience, investors, and donors with an interest in the intersection of digital technology and resilience.

FHI 360 is organizing the workshop with funding and support from the Rockefeller Foundation and USAID to:

  • create a space where participants can share with and learn from like-minded practitioners who are effectively making use of digital technologies to enhance resilience
  • provide a facilitated opportunity for participants to explore new ideas and partnership opportunities to expand the scale of digital technology for resilience efforts

This workshop will be an intimate discussion – we’re capping attendance at just 80 participants, curated to ensure diverse and balanced voices – so be sure to RSVP now.  Registration ends on Wednesday, and confirmations will start going out this Friday.

Still wondering if you should RSVP? Check out our draft agenda. We think its well worth your time!

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Josh Woodard is the co-founder of Civi, a civictech platform connecting people across the aisle, as well as a senior digital advisor at USAID. You can find more of his writings on his personal site and occasionally via his LinkedIn feed
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