Breakout session | Stage 2

Host:Global Humanitarian Action Executive Alliance (GHAEA)

Companies have come out in full force to support the UN and governments in the global response to the magnitude of COVID-19. The private sector has played crucial roles in helping to mend broken supply chains, develop new fundraising platforms, and utilise technology to track and respond to specific requirements. The Global Humanitarian Action Executive Alliance (GHAEA) are business leaders dedicated to inspiring ambition, mobilising action and accelerating progress to achieve SDG 17 in delivering humanitarian assistance. GHAEA members lead a discussion among industry and UN leaders on how collaborations and partnerships have grown to become an essential paradigm in the humanitarian response and the experiences from partnerships during the COVID-19 response can be used to help inform future and existing partnerships.


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September 24, 09:45
09:45 — 10:30EST(GMT-4) (45′)


| Host: GHAEA |, Alliyah Logan (Activist), Eduardo Martinez (The UPS Foundation), Mariarosa Cutillo (UNFPA), Richelle Carey (Al Jazeera), Rob Acker (Salesforce), Rowan Douglas (Willis Towers Watson), Stanley Bergman (Henry Schein)