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'Innovate for Refugees' winners announced in Amman

MIT Enterprise Forum (MIT EF) Pan Arab and its partners Zain Group and MBC Hope announced the winners of their newly-established Innovate for Refugees competition – 7 tech solutions developed to empower refugees – at an award ceremony held at the King Hussein Business Park Main Theatre in Amman, Jordan, on October 4.

'Innovate for Refugees' winners announced in Amman
Ashish Chordia, co-founder of Boloro and BanQ, and the winner of Zain’s prize.
'Innovate for Refugees' winners announced in Amman
21 teams from around the world gathered at ZINC for a full day of training delivered by Ozan Sonmez, YellowX.
'Innovate for Refugees' winners announced in Amman
Starting the training \nwith a candle of hope.
'Innovate for Refugees' winners announced in Amman
Team Meshpoint pitching at the final round of judging.
'Innovate for Refugees' winners announced in Amman
With Hala Fadel, Alexandre Mars, Admir Masic, Ahmad Hanandeh and Scott Gegenheimer.
'Innovate for Refugees' winners announced in Amman
Ministers and politicians attending the Final award ceremony at the main theater of King Hussein Business Park.
'Innovate for Refugees' winners announced in Amman
MentorED pitching for a Round 2 of judging panel.
'Innovate for Refugees' winners announced in Amman
Panel discussion with Alexandre Mars and Admir Masic moderated by Hala Fadel.
'Innovate for Refugees' winners announced in Amman
The 7 Innovate for Refugees winners gathered on stage.
'Innovate for Refugees' winners announced in Amman
Change Water Labs receiving one of the prizes.