Better Together? Exploring the Challenges and Opportunities of Multi-Sector Partnerships

  • 1101 15th St NW, 3rd Floor Washington, District Of Columbia 20005 United States

Hosted By: Society for International Development - Washington

Co-Hosted By: Society for International Development - Israel

SID-Washington is delighted to be hosting a cohort of development companies from Israel and other countries who will be visiting Washington, DC during Global Partnerships Week. Meet our counterparts from SID-Israel and learn how these four members of SID-Israel and OLAM, working in the diverse areas of agriculture, public health and solar technology, navigate the challenges of partnering with each other and with local NGOs, academic institutions, businesses and governments.
 
SID-Israel works on policy reform, education and awareness, and capacity building to galvanize Israeli society to broad involvement in the field of international development and foreign aid. OLAM is a network whose members include development organizations in Australia, Israel, Mexico, South Africa, the UK and US. 
 
Light refreshments will be served.

Moderator: 
Larry Cooley, President Emeritus of MSI, now a part of Tetra Tech, and a member of the Governing Council of the Society for International Development (SID-International)

Panelists:
Yosef Abramowitz, President and Co-Founder, Energiya Global Capital
Michal Bruck, CEO, NALA Foundation
Dr. Shoshan Haran, Founder, Fair Planet
Yarden Zornberg, Director, Project TEN
 
 
*This event is free and open to SID-W members. You can learn more about SID-W and our membership benefits here. Because of the number of visiting international organizations, space will be limited. Register today to save your spot!