As reported by European Union Delegation To The Gambia, the European Union recently launched a 2,5 Million EURO COVID-19 emergency response project for The Gambia. This compliments the effort the EU undertook since the outbreak of the corona virus in The Gambia such as procurement of medical supplies, protective clothing, facemasks, etc. and support for the preventive measures undertaken by the Government of The Gambia, Red Cross and other NGO’s, and also support for locally made protective gear, facemasks, face shields, ventilators.
These signs of a concrete response by The Gambia international partners are a major driver for the organizing a Webinar on “The IT/ICT/Telecom & 3D-printing sector in The Gambia in times of corona crisis” on the 3rd of September 2020 from 11am (Banjul time) / 13pm (Brussels time) – 13pm (Banjul time) / 15pm (Brussels time) with the theme Challenges and Opportunities.
This in the presence of, among others, BICS, Disruptive Lab/PointClick Technologies and Make3D.
During the webinar IT/ICT/Telecom and 3D printing experts from the private sector will elaborate on the challenges and opportunities in times of corona crisis in The Gambia and Belgium.
BICS will share their experience as a company operating in the Telecom sector in Africa and Belgium. Disruptive Lab/PointClick Technologies and Make3D will share their experience operating in the IT/ICT/Cloud based and 3D-printing sector in Gambia.
– Frédéric Salmon, CCO, BICS
– Malik Khan, Founder & CEO, Disruptive Lab/PointClick Technologies
– Fatou Juka Darboe, Director, Make3D
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BLGCC – Webinar IT/ICT/Telecom & 3D-printing sector in The Gambia in times of corona crisis: Challenges and Opportunities 03/09
DATE: 3rd of September 2020
TIME: 11am (Banjul time) / 13pm (Brussels time) – 13pm (Banjul time) / 15pm (Brussels time)
VENUE: Online/Webinar with Microsoft Teams