How can InZone improve and scale up its learning labs in fragile contexts?

November 5, 2015 “Hackathon” with UNHCR and the Geneva Creativity Center discusses the technical challenges of humanitarian action

For years, InZone has run higher education programs in Kenya’s Kakuma and Dadaab refugee camps. A container with solar panels, one host computer and ten work stations have given refugees new hope.

Yet InZone’s learning labs are facing urgent challenges - from difficult weather conditions (dust, wind and heat) to energy and internet connectivity problems, limited space to a lack of mobility for these containers.

What solutions could we envision to improve these learning labs and scale up this model in other fragile contexts?

Join the Geneva Creativity Center, UNHCR-Innovation, InZone, and InZone’s refugee learners from Kakuma to share your ideas:

November 5, 2015
2 - 4:30 pm
Palexpo, Route François-Peyrot 30

Please register by November 1st on the Geneva Creativity Center website.

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