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What Does Market-Based Programming Look Like in the Age of COVID?

Event Date: 
Jun 02, 2020 to Jun 24, 2020
Time: 
12:00 am EDT
Online: 
Online Event
Host: 
Markets in Crises Community of Practice

Information

The Markets in Crises Community (MiC) is hosting an online discussion series on market-based programming during the COVID pandemic.

Join us from June 2-24 to learn about market-based humanitarian and development programming during the global health crisis; explore emerging experiences, lessons and questions; and expand your professional network.

The month-long online discussion series includes four sessions:

  1. Understanding Markets during COVID (June 2-3)
  2. Designing Market-Based Programming Interventions during COVID (June 9-10)
  3. Advocating for Market-Based Programming during COVID (June 16-17)
  4. Protection, Inclusion and Market Interventions (June 23-24)

Facilitators

 

Alison Hemberger, Team Lead for Markets, Mercy Corps
Sasha Muench, Director of Economic and Market Development, Mercy Corps
Corrie Sissons, Cash and Markets Advisor, Catholic Relief Services
Emily Sloane, Cash and Markets Technical Advisor, International Rescue Committee

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