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We support talented young women from less privileged backgrounds to become the next tech leaders.
We help make their dreams come true. We sponsor scholarships for college and university
With access to education, girls can achieve amazing things: they can launch businesses, become engineers and researchers, run schools, build factories and lead governments.
Recent statistics show that every year conflicts and natural disasters cause 25-30 million new internal displaced people and tens of thousands of victims.
In response, hundreds, often thousands of local, regional and international humanitarian workers from NGOs, international organisation and governmental agencies are deployed to provide aid and fight the suffering of the impacted population.
The Mission Startup & Disaster Response Kit provides all essential systems and capacities to support ad-hoc response and expert teams, as well as for starting up offices and headquarters and establishing field hospitals, providing connectivity, ID systems, mobile communication, as well as reliable reporting and analysis tools.
This unified ID system creates a blockchain/distributed ledger-based ID system, including biometrics for the United Nations and its various partners as an integrated, ready-to-field solution.
Through this ID system, peacekeepers, staff, contractors, humanitarian workers, and local employees will be registered and issued a unique ID card/information.
This unified ID information can be validated throughout the UN at any camp, office, or headquarters in any of the UN’s worldwide field missions..
Field hospitals are the backbone of the medical care provided to peacekeepers and humanitarian workers. However, medical staff such as urgent care doctors, surgeons, neurologists
Since humanitarian and peace-building efforts depend on volunteers, international experts and peacekeepers, a significant layer of challenge is created by the use of different languages. This language complication frequently leads to miscommunication, incorrect assessments, delayed decision-making, and incomplete situational awareness, thus putting humanitarian workers and field staff at risk and possibly costing lives.
Therefore, technology solutions that allow for seamless and language-independent reporting and messaging are urgently needed in order to report incidents, call for help and send standard messages based purely on symbols, together with their individual ID and location information.
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