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In response to the current Ebola crisis and in collaboration with hackathons taking place in Kampala, Accra, Dallas, Porto Alegre and more, a group of technology-based organizations in the Washington, DC area are hosting the #DCHackEbola event to be held on November 15, 2014. The event will take place from 9am - 5pm.

The event will bring together technologists, public health professionals, Diaspora communities, designers, and other stakeholders in-person and online to help create software that assists current needs expressed by organizations on the front-line of the Ebola response in West Africa.

#DCHackEbola

Saturday, Nov. 15th, 9am

Washington, DC, United States

Washington, DC

9am - 9:30am

Breakfast/Registration


9:30am - 10:30am

Panel - Talk about what’s going on in the affected countries.


Speakers

In-person

Ibrahim Kamara, MS, MPH, Sc.D,

CDR, USPHS

Senior Public Health Analyst/Epidemiologist

Science Healthcare Preparedness Evaluation and Research (SHARPER)

Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response


Evelyn Lewis, CEO, SBTS Group (Freetown, Washington, Pune)


Live Via Skype

Sierra Leone based EOC staff and SBTS Coders


10:30am - 11pm

Goal setting, Team Formation, Ideas Review


11pm-12Pm

Lunch Arrives, Eat and Hack Begina


12pm - 4:15pm

Hack


4:15pm - 5pm

Group Presentations

Organized By:

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