KEDO is excited to feature as one of their virtual presenters Winnie Okello, P.E.!
Join Winnie Okello, an engineer by training and social justice and community activist by passion, as she dives into the important topic of harassment and assault prevention. Winnie is the Founder of the Harassment and Assault Reporting Platform (H.A.R.P.) -a single-source data repository purposed to efficiently and conveniently gather crowd-sourced data on harassment and assault incidents globally; from cyberbullying and street/transit harassment to full-on assault; including sexual violence and police-related incidents.
Available exclusively for KEDO Health Summit ticket holders, and in support of building the health clinic in Sinoe County, Liberia, this presentation offers an opportunity to increase awareness and better equip individuals and communities to more readily identify and respond accordingly, whenever possible in a safe manner; because harassment and assault is a global issue.
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Interested? Then check out KEDO Virtual Health Summit on April 30th 2021 for on-demand access for 30 days!