Communicating with People in Crisis | 6th - 7th December 2012 | Nairobi

From *iHub_ Fri Nov 23 2012, 07:55:51

With Nairobi at the frontline of the technology and development sectors in Africa, this two day event will bring together key members of the technology, media, and humanitarian and development agencies in Nairobi to explore opportunities for collaboration and improve mutual understanding. The event will focus on how communicating with communities effectively before and during [...] Related posts:

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