There is no shortage of good ideas in the world. But a good idea alone is not enough. Often what separates a successful project from “just an idea” is successful stakeholder engagement. We have decades of experience in managing multi-sector stakeholders. Our experience helps us understand exactly who needs to be at the table, and when.
Transformative change, by its very nature, requires active participation by many different groups. It is not enough to just identify the stakeholders, it is essential to plan for advocacy, outreach, mobilisation and communication. These components are well integrated in all our projects.
Examples of Our Work
eWorldwide Group in discussions with Cybersecurity Malaysia, Chief Executive Officer, Dato Ts. Dr. Haji Amirudin Bin Abdul Wahab and Head, International Engagement, Noraini Abdul Rahman exploring strategies to build greater resilience and security with emerging technologies, IoT and artificial intelligent systems across the Asia Pacific region.
Designed and created international collaboration framework, international university linkages, training materials, accreditations and certifications courses, multi-sector committees for AI CoE Africa. Established governance structure, along with introductory AI course curriculum and course content for policy makers and government, private sector (industry & business) and students.
eWorldwide Group is delighted to join hands with the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) to design and deliver a series of vital interactive webinars with key multi-sector stakeholders to fast-track lessons learnt and knowledge exchange to ‘Build Holistic Digital Resilience to support COVID-19 Response, Mitigation and Recovery’ efforts A link to the webinar series […]
Professor Salma Abbasi will be representing eWorldwide Group and speaker at the World Summit on the Information Society Forum 2021. The panel will address “Bridging Digital Divides” for policy makers and other key stakeholders.
Professor Salma Abbasi will set the stage for a series of panel discussions, and provide recommendations and a way forward at the IEEE “Technology, Equality and Equity for Global Vaccination Certificates and Passports” webinar. The goal of this webinar is to create a platform for dialogue and knowledge exchange. The focus is to develop a […]
Signed MoU with the Kaduna State University to design and develop Artificial Intelligence Curriculum, Course content and Teacher training notes. Designed and developed Innovation, Business and Entrepreneurship strategy and roadmap for KASU to develop Innovation Hubs at their facilities to promote business and industry collaboration models.
Conducted research on global AI policies and guidelines, along with AI Gap analysis for international legal frameworks.
Conducted research and present multi-dimensional risks, vulnerabilities to key stakeholders: Governments, Private Sector and Communities and the need for global standards and frameworks at Mydata Conference, Helsinki, Finland.
Dr Fabio Vescovi, Airbus and Professor Salma Abbasi present the agriculture transformation design and implementation framework for the pilot project to the 1st Lady of Kebbi State, HE. Dr. Zainab ShinkafiBagudu and her team. London, UK.
Professor Abbasi presented eWorldwide Group’s SmartVillage4SDGs© model at the UN ESCAP Asia-Pacific Information Superhighway (AP- IS) steering committee meeting. Professor Abbasi with ESCAP’s ICT Section Head and ITU Directors. Bangkok, Thailand, 2019. Side meeting with Airbus, Davina Egbuna and ITU, Ashish Narayan, reviewing the collaboration framework to deploy pilot agriculture transformation project for Bangladesh. Bangkok, Thailand.