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Webinar on digital inclusion for persons with disabilities in times of crisis

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A webinar under the theme of “How digital accessibility served persons with disabilities during the time of crisis – No one left behind” will take place today at 11:00-12:30 Cairo time. 

The webinar aims to shed light on the importance of providing equal information and communication technology (ICT) access during crises, especially for persons with disabilities in the Arab region.

Session moderated by Mr. Karim Abdelghani, Programme Coordinator, ITU Arab Regional Office.
Speakers:
• Ms. Aljazi Nasser Al Jabor, Head of ICT Access Accreditation and Training Section, MADA Center
• Mr. Mohammed Mohsin, Strategic & Sustainability Manager, MADA Center
• Dr. Nabil Eid, Chief Information Officer (CIO) at Ruh Global IMPACT
• Eng. Mohamed Nour, Digital Health and Innovation technical Officer, WHO EMRO

For further information please contact Mr. Karim Abdelghani, Programme Coordinator, ITU Arab Regional Office: karim.abdelghani@itu.int

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