Thu 3 January 2019 | 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Urban Place - Ahad Ha'am 9, Tel Aviv , FREE (RSVP needed)


Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Technologies for Humanitarian Settings – Pears Challenge 2019 Launch Event.

Join us for a fascinating evening, full of personal stories, case studies and inspiring organizations that are shaping the Global WASH Tech and Humanitarian Innovation Industry, and learn more about the Pears Challenge!


18:30-19:00 : Registration and Snacks

19:00-20:15 :

Sivan Yaari, Founder and CEO of Innovation:Africa, Bringing Water to Refugee Camps in Cameroon.

Oded Distel, Director, Israel New Tech & Eco Systems, Ministry of Economy and Industry. Israeli WASH Technologies: Does the World Need What We Have?
Olaf Pots, Senior Humanitarian Logistician, Drinking Water Access in Syria: How to change humanitarian habits?

Karmit Berlinsky, Logistics and Operations, Natan International Humanitarian Aid, Assessing Needs in Kerala (India) after the 2018 monsoon floods.

Hagit Krakov, Regional Program Director, IsraAID ,Making the Transition from Emergency to Recovery and Sustainability in Vanutau.

Max Simanovsky, CEO SOAPY care, Using technology to Address Hygiene Challenges.

Dr. Aliza Inbal, Director, Pears Program for Global Innovation, Introducing the 2019 Pears Challenge- WASH in Humanitarian settings.

20:15-20:45 Networking and mingling

*The event is free – kindly register at the eventbrite link to save your seat .

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