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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Sebastian Manhart

Cambridge, United Kingdom
Sebastian is the COO of Simprints, a non-profit tech company with a mission to provide NGOs, businesses, and governments with accurate, affordable, and accessible identification tools to deliver essential services to millions of people who do not have passports or any other formal identification. Simprints is currently operational in 9 countries working, amongst others, with Dimagi, Unicef, BRAC, and the Afghani MoE, providing identification to over 50,000 individuals to date.

Simprints’ goal is to radically disrupt the inaccurate way we currently track and deliver essential services, instead building a world where every person—not guesswork—counts in the fight against poverty.

Sebastian’s task is to drive Simprints towards commercial sustainability (100% revenue driven by 2020), and scaling their deployments around the world (their project with BRAC is scaling to 4.5m mothers in 2018/2019). Sebastian is a serial entrepreneur with degrees from the University College London and the University of Cambridge.

LinkedIn and Twitter: @simprints