CSO ROLE AND ITS SUSTAINABILITY IN NEW NORMAL AGE – WEBINAR (1st SERIES)

27 July 2020

1st Series of Webinar on “CSO ROLE AND ITS SUSTAINABILITY IN NEW NORMAL AGE" brought to you by Humanitarian Forum Indonesia, Human Initiative, Asian Disaster Reduction and Response Network, and International Council on Voluntary Agencies, with support from Pacific Islands Association of Non-Governmental Organisations (PIANGO), Japan Platform, Amity Foundation China, and Dhaka Community Hospital (DCH) Trust


Topic: How CSO Adapts Its Humanitarian Work towards the New Normal Age


Speakers:

1. Emeline Siale Ilolahia - Executive Director of Pacific Islands Association of Non-Governmental Organisations (PIANGO)

2. Andjar Radite - Vice President of Operations of Human Initiative

3. Yuko Shibata - Emergency Response General Manager of Japan Platform

4. Xiaofeng Qian - Senior Regional Development Director (Beijing & Geneva) of Amity Foundation China

5. Dr. Muhammad Fuadul Islam - Pediatrician at Pediatrics Department of Dhaka Community Hospital (DCH) Trust


Moderator:

Takeshi Komino - General Secretary of ADRRN


Opening Remarks:

1. Qingrui Huang - Acting Regional Representative for Asia and Pacific ICVA

2. Surya Rahman Muhammad - Executive Director of HFI


Wednesday, 29 July 2020

01.00 - 03.00 PM Bangkok/Jakarta Time (GMT+7)


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