Designing a blueprint for a thriving future
Wednesday, August 15 • 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Cultivating an Innovation Ecosystem FULL

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In this interactive session, we explore the critical aspects of an innovation ecosystem, the role that various actors play, and the various approaches that are used to cultivate a successful ecosystem in an emerging market.

During the session, participants will have an opportunity to dissect and discuss the current and future state of the Haiti's innovation ecosystem, and map out ideas and scenarios for how to close these gaps.

Participants understand the content, are engaged during the session, are able to generate ideas, and contribute to the group discussion


Nan sesyon entèraktif sa a, n ap eksplore aspè enpòtan yo nan yon ekosistèm inovasyon, wòl divès aktè yo jwe epi apwòch varye yo ka itilize pou kiltive yon ekosistèm ki gen siksè nan peyi emèjan yo.

Pandan sesyon sa a, patisipan yo ap gen posibilite pou yo diskite de ekosistèm inovasyon an Ayiti, jan li ye kounye a epi kijan li ka avanse nan lavni ansanm ak kisa ki nesesè pou l rive pi fò ankò.

Patispan yo ap aprann konteni, ap angaje tèt yo nan sesyon an, ap kapab jenere ide yo epi ap kontribye nan yon diskisyon gwoup.

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Lamia Makkar

Co-Founder, Haiti: Hands On
Lamia Makkar is an award-winning social entrepreneur and ecosystem builder, with over 10 years impacting communities in emerging markets. She launched her first venture, Haiti: Hands On, at the age of 13, focused on strengthening vulnerable Haitian communities through innovative education opportunities. She went on to co-found a community tech platform in 2018 and now continues to enable social innovation in emerging markets through various projects. Her work spa... Read More →

Wednesday August 15, 2018 5:00pm - 6:00pm EDT
Impact Hub Port-au-Prince