Greek House Davos – Connects emerging technologies for the effective management of humanitarian crises


During the World Economic Forumthe Greek House Davos hosted a series of high-level events, sparking dialogue on the best use of blockchain technology and mapping innovative methods to relieve those in need.

Although many individuals and legal entities want to help the needy in practice around the world, there is no effective delivery mechanism. Without more specific information about who is in need, where on the planet, what is needed, etc., identifying needs and the consequent provision of assistance becomes particularly difficult.

On May 24, 2022, at the Greek House in Davos, a panel discussion entitled “Humanitarian Crisis Resistance: Links between Security, Migration and Sustainable Development” revolved around best practices in the delivery of humanitarian aid during way safe and effective. Blockchain technology utilizes decentralized data storage to address both challenges: specific delivery to beneficiaries in need globally and personal data security.

By implementing decentralized solutions in the international humanitarian aid supply chain, we can reduce waste, make better use of resources and better serve those in need.

The International Humanitarian Aid Foundation (IHAF) implements the “TechAid” program, in order to match the available supply of goods and resources with the beneficiaries, to monitor the quantities and the use of donations with principles of transparency and to safeguard the security and privacy of all interested parties.

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