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Information as Primary Care: Addressing Global Health and Humanitarian Aid’s Big Data Problem
Paul Amendola - Vecna Cares
The humanitarian sector, particularly the field of global health, is rich with data. But how much of that big data is actually helping us do better?
Reflections on a Year of Pandemics
Raina Fox - Boston Network for International Development (BNID)
When I think about all that has happened in the past year, truthfully I feel overwhelmed.
Student By Day, Baker By Night: How The Pandemic Has Opened New Doors For the Children At Casa Hogar
Sarah Sceery - Casa Hogar
Casa Hogar Juan Pablo II, a mission of the Diocese of La Crosse, Wisconsin, first opened its doors to homeless children in 1985, but was officially founded the following Marc...
Virtual Volunteers Teaching English-as-a-Third Language
Julie Bourgoin - Nurturing Minds
SEGA’s English Fluency program was started in 2015 to help SEGA’s youngest students quickly learn to speak and understand English using a stress-free method of drama, ...
Virtual Exchange in the Era of COVID-19
Donna Lubrano - United Planet
How many students worldwide will ever have an opportunity to be involved in a cultural exchange program? How many will ever have the...