Webinar: What we learned running community-centered social innovation labs in Bangladesh, Jordan, Kenya, and the Philippines

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Start Network
Disasters & Emergencies Preparedness Programme

This webinar takes participants on the journey of setting up and running community labs to solve critical humanitarian issues through the Disasters and Emergency Preparedness Programme (DEPP) Innovation Labs.

The Start Network invites you to Humanitarian Innovation: What we learned running community-centered social innovation labs in Bangladesh, Jordan, Kenya, and the Philippines webinar on 24th July 11:30 am GMT.

The goal of the labs was to surface and support scalable, sustainable solutions designed with affected communities for drought, natural disasters, urban displacement, and public health hazards. But did it work? Join this session to see what we learned, how we learned it, and why affected communities are critical for humanitarian innovation.

Anyone interested in community-led design, innovation, or localisation in the humanitarian sector are encouraged to join the session!

Speaker: Lillie Rosen, Learning Manager for DEPP Innovation Labs

Register for the webinbar here and join on 24th July 11:30am GMT.

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