2020 Endeavor Impact Report

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M A K E C H A O S Y O U R F R I E N D 1 5 I N CR E A SI N G ACCE SS TO H E A LT H C A R E A M I DST CR ISIS Founded by surgeon Dr. Nadine Hachach-Haram (above left), P R OX I M I E ' S AR technology connects surgeons from anywhere in the world to consult on cases and instruct their peers in real time, saving lives in the tragic aftermath of the Beirut explosion. Jordanian digital health platform A LT I B B I (above right) also stepped up to provide free telehealth consultations for Lebanon's citizens. In the height of the pandemic, Altibbi partnered with the Jordanian Ministry of Health to launch a hotline, fielding more than 250,000 calls to 116 different doctors. Meanwhile in the U.S., Northwest Arkansas' N OW D I AG N O S T I C S is working to develop a $10 at-home COVID test, and Tunisia's I N S TA D E E P is using AI and machine learning to develop treatments for infectious diseases, including COVID. TA K I N G P U B LI C ED U C ATI O N O N LI N E When Jordan went under lockdown this past spring, more than 2 million children lost access to public education. In just one week, M AW D O O3 founders Rami Al Qawasmi and Mohammad Jaber (above) developed an advanced online platform for remote learning to take public education online at no cost to students or the government. In Brazil, D E S CO M P L I C A (left) is a leading ed-tech platform, leveraging video-based learning and courses to reach millions of students remotely and democratize access to education.

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