Blog {Middle East and Africa Geography Awareness Week}

by Celina Agaton

On Wednesday, December 2 Jocelyn Kelly, Director of the Gender, Rights and Resilience Program at Harvard Humanitarian Initiative opens our Middle East & Africa Geography Awareness Event. She designs and implements projects to examine issues relating to gender, peace, and security in fragile states. Her international work has focused on understanding the health needs of vulnerable populations in Eastern and Central Africa and has included working with Uganda Human Rights commission to launch the first office in Africa promoting the Right to Health.

View the Facebook event page at
Wednesday, December 2nd
9am-11:15am WAT
10am-12:15pm CAT
11am-1:15pm EAT

Each talk is 15 minutes including a Q&A on Facebook Live. Hear the stories of nice people doing good work, connect with local and regional communities, and learn about free tools, discounts and funding opportunities.

Meet our speakers!

11:10am EAT
Celina Agaton

11:25am EAT
Jocelyn Kelly
Harvard Humanitarian Initiative
Gender, Rights and Resilience

11:40am EAT
Ivan Gayton
Humanitarian OpenStreetMap

11:55am EAT
Melissa Mbugua
Africa Podfest | NBO Film Fest

12:15pm EAT
Rana Jawarneh
Youthmappers Jordan

12:30pm EAT
Immaculata Mwanja & Christina Reuben
OpenMap Development Tanzania

12:45pm EAT
Chrispin Ochieng Okumu
Netsquared Kenya | Home Grown Foods and Permaculture

1:00pm EAT
Janet Chapman
FGM and Development Mapping
Crowd2Map Tanzania

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