Youth, Skills, & the Workforce of the Future

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WeRobotics

Scaling the impact of humanitarian aid, global development, and environmental protection efforts with robotics solutions

Team Lead

Patrick Meier

10 Comments
JA JA John arden

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PM PM Patricia McNulty

Hii there
I want to know " how much of a subsidy will that need to cover for the training itself?"
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AT AT Allan Timms

I don't understand why you are promoting small scale drone work to enable data collection over vast areas of land & sea, when your workers would be better off reviewing Orbcomm/LEO satellite data to provide solutions over larger areas at lesser costs.

BG BG bikash gurung

This is a amazing work to create jobs for the youth force through skills transfer and prepare for the future.

Jack Markell

In response to We're looking for partners in these fields:

Do you have organizations in the countries where you want to operate that will be your "boots on the ground?"

Patrick Meier

Yes, we recently carried out a 3 week scoping mission in the South Pacific at the request of the International Federation of the Red Cross (IFRC). We met with multiple stakeholders in Fiji, Vanuatu and the Cook Islands including National Red Cross Societies, National Disaster Management Organizations, Secretariat of Pacific Communities (SPC), University of the South Pacific, multiple UN agencies (eg, OCHA and WFP) as well as multiple Ministries.

 
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