On August 1-2, 2022, CrisisReady, Del Rosario University (Universidad del Rosario), and the National University of Colombia (Universidad Nacional de Columbia) are hosting a workshop to explore new tools for data analysis in humanitarian and public health contexts. The workshop is being held in person in Bogotá, Colombia, and will be live streamed on the National University of Colombia School of Medicine’s YouTube channel.
The workshop is aimed at public health and government officials, as well as individuals working in international humanitarian agencies. It’s objective is to establish a network of collaborators to promote the use and analysis of novel data during public health and humanitarian crises, both within and outside-of Colombia.
Presentations from members of the CrisisReady team and government officials in Colombia will discuss the use of novel data in these contexts, with a focus on migration and displacement. Additionally, group sessions led by participants will identify the barriers in the acquisition and use of these novel data streams during emergency events.