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No Lost Generation (NLG) Tech Task Force

Task Force membership is open to global and local NGOs, private sector companies, academic institutions, and host governments.

In March 2017, No Lost Generation came together with NetHope and support from Microsoft to set up a technology task force focused on initiating and facilitating cross-sector, ICT-enabled collaborations aligned with the needs of conflict-affected children and youth.

The NLG Tech Task Force brings together the experts in humanitarian response with the private sector expertise and resources to address the needs of conflict-affected children and youth.

Since its launch, the NLG Tech Task Force has gathered a group of 70+ organizations including UNICEF, UNHCR, Save the Children, NRC, Mercy Corps, World Vision and many others. Task Force membership is open to global and local NGOs, private sector companies, academic institutions, and host governments.
 


The first phase of engagement is underway

No Lost Generation Tech Task Force is Synthesizing group insights into learnings and recommendations that focus on the role that technology and the private sector can play in enabling scale and increasing quality. Review the No Lost Generation Private Sector Guide.


RESOURCES: Review, share and contribute resources that establish collaborative information exchanges around refugee and IDP education, livelihoods, participation, and protection.
PROJECTS: Learn more about tech-enabled, cross-sector projects that address the needs of conflict-affected children and youth.

No Lost Generation Tech Task Force Members Include



Current Offerings for NLG Tech Task Force members

Current No Lost Generation Tech Task Force members qualify for a 10% discount of the newly-announced nonprofit offerings from Pluralsight!

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