Humanitarian & Innovation Forum Gathered #TechForGood Community In Kyiv

On 10.11, Jean-Christophe Bonis and Dominique PIOTET, founder and CEO of Team4UA, with the support of USAID Competitive Economy Program in Ukraine (USAID CEP) gathered different global and local actors of the humanitarian sector as well as private sector representatives, both governmental and non-governmental stakeholders, institutions, business and civilians at the Humanitarian & Innovation Forum.

During the event speakers shared their experiences, insights, solutions, best practices gained during wartime to enhance volunteer projects, education, tech, rebuilding, and development sectors.

Key topics and panels during event: 

  • The main challenges for humanitarian aid assistance on the ground
  • Strategies and challenges for multi sectoral emergency response
  • Tech innovations and tools to enhance humanitarian aid on the ground
  • Creating the future – how is education during the war and what needs to be done?
  • Innovation in rebuilding the country: new challenges – new approaches

Several teams presented tech innovations and tools to enhance humanitarian aid on the ground:

  • Ready to Eat, Centralized Database, GIS: Artem Petrov, Founder, NASHA SPRAVA
  • Database: Vladyslav Naprykovskyi, Co-Founder NGO Peace To Kharkiv
  • GIS: Vitalii Vitalii Lopushanskyi CEO, NeuroMarket (UA Damage)

Also, Team4UA presented the project of the first 3D printed school in Ukraine which is under construction in Lviv now.

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