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Embracing Change for Collective Impact. This year’s Summit theme reflects our optimism for the future and our recognition of the rapid change happening in our sector and in technology. True to NetHope’s legacy, our collaboration to explore, understand, and chart a course  to help our sector use technology well is key to achieving our respective missions.  With a renewed focus on working together, we can fully realize the promise of technology to impact our work, our organizations and our world.
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Thursday, November 5 • 1:15pm - 2:00pm
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NetHope members will co-present on how to create resilient digital infrastructure that can support the delivery of digital cash assistance in emergency response, drawing on the growing movement in the NGO community to find common solutions and platforms that can effectively deliver digital aid.

Speakers
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Shelley Spencer

Project Director, NetHope
e-mail: shelley.spencer@nethope.org | Key Interests: My key interests are advancing women's empowerment through digital financial services, expanding the reach of financially inclusive products for the poor, building collaborative communities and getting things done! | Summit Expectations: I hope the summit provides members with concrete ideas and tools they can take back to their own organizations to further their work and impact. I hope the... Read More →

Sponsors
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Red Rose

Red Rose is a technology company, which specializes in developing innovative electronic cash transfer products in order to improve operational efficiency and increase transparency.  We have developed the ONEsystem, which enables NGO’s to deliver all modalities of cash aid including: multi-purpose cash, paper vouchers, e-vouchers, cash for works, and SMS mobile money to beneficiaries at the touch of a button, using a secure web-based... Read More →
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Vodafone

We’ve come a long way since making the first ever mobile call on the 1st January 1985. Today, more than 403 million customers around the world choose us to look after their communications needs. In 25 years, a small mobile operator in Newbury has grown into a global business and the seventh most valuable brand in the world. We now operate in more than 30 countries and partner with networks in over 50 more.  | | True to our origins... Read More →

Panelists
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Jeremy Cole

Director, RedRose
e-cash payment solutions.
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Maggie Holmesheoran

Emergency Coordinator, CRS
Maggie Holmesheoran: CRS Nigeria Yobe State Emergency Coordinator. Maggie supports all emergency programming in the northeast, including emergency food security, markets-based WASH and the CORE Group Polio Program. Maggie is an anthropologist, food and agriculture systems specialist, tech nerd and global public health practitioner. | Austin Ationg: CRS Nigeria CGPP MEAL Officer. Austin has 6 years of experience in field-based data systems... Read More →
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Michael Moszczynski

Chief Software Architect, Souktel
Michael leads scoping and design for new client projects, building on his expertise in interactive voice response (IVR) and network connectivity integration. His experience in the mobile industry includes working with large companies like VeriSign, where he designed content delivery applications for clients like MTV and TimeWarner, as well as smaller startups such as mQube. Michael is a native of Canada and a graduate of the University of... Read More →
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Gisli Olafsson

Emergency Response Director, NetHope
Gisli Olafsson is the Emergency Response Director at NetHope, where he is responsible for emergency preparedness and response activities related to ICT within the NetHope member organizations. Gisli has over 15 years of experience in the field of disaster management and is an active member of the United Nations Disaster Assessment and Coordination (UNDAC) team, a group of experienced disaster managers on stand-by to coordinate responses to global... Read More →

Thursday November 5, 2015 1:15pm - 2:00pm
Lounge 9 - 0.1.19

Attendees (35)