Digital Health has the potential to advance the Sustainable Development Goals, to support health systems in all countries, and to ensure a greater impact on health and disease prevention. Emerging technologies are on the rise and have already made their breakthrough in health and humanitarian settings. The policy landscape is evolving and privacy regulations are changing how we collect and store information. To enlighten us, inspire us, and better prepare us for what’s to come, we have developed an event program to help shape dialogue, discussion, and action. We have thought leaders in the fields of data use and analytics, cloud technologies and artificial intelligence, policy/regulation, and sustainability. Learn how organizations can work together to solve challenges in the international humanitarian and development sector through technology-enabled solutions. Have a look at the event program below, browse the attendee directory and start your networking early!
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Anna Downie

Frontline AIDS
Lead for Strategic Information
Brighton, UK
Anna Downie is the Lead for Strategic Information at Frontline AIDS. In addition to having oversight of monitoring and evaluation for the organization, most recently she led the process of selecting and developing DHIS2 for the organization so has experience of the stress, trials and tribulations of developing a new monitoring system, especially when you’re not an IT geek and you’re trying to run training in Harare when the power and internet have both gone off. For almost 20 years she has worked on monitoring, evaluation and knowledge management in India, Bangladesh, and the UK INGOs; particularly focusing on hard to evaluate and complex interventions. She is an experienced facilitator and trainer and has presented at various conferences and seminars including the Perspectives on Impact Evaluation conference in Cairo and the Web4Dev conference in Nairobi. Outside of work she regularly hosts a local public engagement in science event: Nerd Nite Brighton.