Humanitarian Activities Subcommittee


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The IEEE R8 Humanitarian Activities Committee (HuAC) is tasked with supporting the Board-endorsed vision of IEEE volunteers around the world carrying out and/or supporting impactful humanitarian activities at the local level; i.e., “feet on the ground.”

Mission:

The mission of R8 Humanitarian Activities Subcommittee (HuAC) is to inspire professionals and engineers to become socially responsible and be engaged in developing technological solutions which are cost effective and sustainable; improve living conditions and livelihood of people thus making a difference in peoples’ lives.

Email: sight@ieeer8.org

2016 IEEE Humanitarian Activities Subcommittee members

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Alexandros Osana (Greece) – Chair
Lebogang Madise (South Africa)
Dino Jakovljevic (Croatia)
Lee Crudgington (UK and Ireland)
Heind El-Rawy (Egypt) – Corresponding Member

 

 

Special Interest Group on Humanitarian Technology (SIGHT)

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In recent years, IEEE has placed great emphasis on Humanitarian Technology Activities, instituting the Humanitarian Activities Committee (HAC) in 2011. As part of a strategic effort toward member engagement, HAHC has instituted a program called Special Interest Group on Humanitarian Technology (SIGHT).

Useful links: https://www.ieee.org/about/special_interest_group_on_humanitarian_technology.html
http://ieee-sight-toolkit.org/

 

Engineering for change (E4C)

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ENGINEERING FOR CHANGE is a hybrid organization with three integrated arms: An online academy, innovation lab, and a media platform. But at our essence, we are a community that believes engineering can change the world.

Mission

E4C’s mission is to improve the lives of underserved communities by better preparing the global development workforce, optimizing the solutions development cycle, and ensuring public health and safety.

Useful links:
http://www.engineeringforchange.org/

Conferences

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