Open Event: ‘Pandemic Survivability Preparedness Strategy & Plan’ in Partnership with AfGISI

To register to join the event go to the AfGISI event registration page. Registration is free and open to all.

Survivability News has partnered with event organizer Africa Global Intelligence & Security Institute (AfGISI) on “Pandemic Survivability Preparedness Strategy & Plan” as part of AfGISI’s Global Intelligence & Security Symposium 2020 titled: COMBATING GLOBAL PANDEMICS AND CONTAGIONS- COVID-19 LESSONS.

The open registration online event will focus on mitigation strategies that serve stakeholders and society today and in a post Covid-19 world. MLi Group Chairman and Survivability News Publisher Khaled Fattal will be delivering the keynote at the livestreamed event.

Join us at the Global Intelligence & Security Symposium 2020 #GISS2020, October 28, 2020.

To register to join the event go to the AfGISI event registration page. Registration is free and open to all.


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