Connecting the Last Mile: The Role of Communications in the Great East Japan Earthquake

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Join Internews Europe and GSMA for the launch of the report, "Connecting the Last Mile," organized in collaboration with the CDAC Network. 

On the eve of the two-year anniversary of the triple earthquake, tsunami and nuclear power crisis that struck North-Eastern Japan, Internews Europe is publishing a study on the role that communications played in disaster recovery and response. Report author Lois Appleby will present her main findings before a debate with a panel of humanitarian experts and emergency responders.

Connecting the Last Mile: The Role of Communications in the Great East Japan Earthquake

March 6th, 2013: 1200-1400

GSMA Head Office, London
Seventh Floor
5 New Street Square, New Fetter Lane
London, EC4A 3BF, UK

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