Building Resilience: Inclusive Innovations in Crisis Mapping

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The 7th International Conference of Crisis Mappers (ICCM – http://www.attendiccm.com/)  highlights how free mapping tools can help local citizens, business, NGOs, schools, government and technical communities prioritize and coordinate better together to strengthen the resilience of our communities. #iccmMNL

In partnership with Map the Philippines (MapPH – http://mapph.com/eden/static/index.html), this year’s 2016 theme is:
Building Resilience: Inclusive Innovations in Crisis Mapping, and is focused on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/sdgs). Everyone from every sector is welcome to attend the conference.

Registration for Philippine based attendees is P2,500 and includes 3 days of conference, two dinners at Café Naya at The Palace and Purple Yam plus 2 days of field visits.

Organized by the International Network of Crisis Mappers (http://crisismappers.net/), the International Conference of Crisis Mappers (ICCM) is the leading humanitarian technology event of the year, bringing together the most important humanitarian, human rights, development and media organizations with the world’s best technology companies, software developers and academics. This is the first time the conference is being held in Asia, with Manila as the proud host partner.

Program

Wed Sept 28                 Reception at Palace Pool Club BGC

                                                    Dinner served by Café Naya at The Palace

Thurs Sept 29               Conference Day 1 Unilab Bayanihan Center
                                                     Dinner served by Purple Yam Malate

Fri Sept 30                   Conference Day 2 Community Sessions Unilab Bayanihan Center

Sat Oct 1                      Field Visit Manila FREE with Registration
Project NOAH UP Diliman Campus

Sun Oct 2                     Field Visit Tagaytay FREE with Registration
Pusod Taal Lake Conservation Center

Mon Oct 3-5                  Field Visit Palawan PAID trip

To register: http://www.attendiccm.com/registration/
To view our first batch of speakers: http://www.attendiccm.com/speakers/

Join us on Facebook to receive updates: https://www.facebook.com/events/641514002675090/

Hashtag #iccmMNL #MapPH

We would like to thank The Rockefeller Foundation, Making All Voices Count, The Ayala Corporation, Unilab, and Globe Telecom as the primary sponsors for ICCM 2016! Additional thanks to the Hub of Innovation for Inclusion, De La Salle-College of Saint Benilde, The ICT for Peace Foundation, The American Red Cross, The Palace Pool Club, Asian NGO, WheninManila.com and John Carroll University for their sponsorship!

We are pleased to announce our first batch of speakers for the 7th International Conference of Crisis Mappers September 28-30:

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Hunter Goldman, Rockefeller Foundation

Czarina Medina Guce, Union of Local Authorities of the Philippines

Andrew Schroeder, WeRobotics

Sanjana Hattotuwa, TED & Ashoka Fellow, ICT4Peace Special Advisor

Kate Chapman, Cadasta Foundation and OpenStreetMap Foundation

Nama Budhathoki. Kathmandu Living Labs

Dr. Nuala Cowan, The George Washington University

Dr. Mahar Lagmay, Project NOAH

Celina Agaton, MapPH

On Friday, September 30, we are hosting Community Sessions from 10:00am to 4:30pm. We encourage the participation of NGOs, business, government, foundations, students and citizens to share tools, best practices and resources to help strengthen the resilience of our communities.

10:00 Session 1: Food Security with Amy Besa of Purple Yam

11:15 Session 2: Disaster and Environment with The Department of Social Welfare and Development, Project NOAH and WWF Philippines 

2:00pm Session 3: Health with Map Swipe

3:15 Session 4: Violence with Ushahidi

To register and learn more, visit: http://www.attendiccm.com

Contact: Celina Agaton

Map the Philippines #MapPH

0917 651 9668

MapPH.com






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