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
Chairperson and CEO, Professor Abbasi participated as a panelist during the Secure Digital City session where she emphasized the need for more public and private sector collaboration to create integratedstrategies and plans to ensure secure and robust digital cities for the future – International Cyber Security Conference, Malaysia, 2010 Receiving Award from Datuk Haji Fadillah bin […]
eWorldwide Group signs MoU with Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre (JPMC), Dr. Rashid Jumma; Professor of Neurosurgery, to design and deploy a telemedicine project connecting JPMC Karachi to a primary healthcare centre in rural Sindh to provide greater access for women to healthcare services to reduce avoidable deaths. Prof. Abbasi and Dr Jumma sharing the findings […]
eWorldwide Group invited to join the ITU High-Level Expert Group (HLEG) of Cybersecurity by Secretary General Hamadoun Touré, Geneva, Switzerland,
ITU Director, Dr Sami Al Bashir, Chairperson and CEO, eWorldwide Group, Professor Salma Abbasi and ITU Secretary General, Dr Hamadoun Touré sign MoU to jointly design and develop a global initiative, Child Online Protection (CoP) to keep children and young people safe online, Geneva, Switzerland.