Multi-sector partnerships are at the heart of all of the work we do. The problems and issues eWorldwide Group solves are typically complex and multi-faceted. They simply cannot be solved by individual actors. Solutions that are scalable and sustainable require contributions from multiple partners and trusted stakeholder engagement at the grass roots.
For more than two decades, eWorldwide Group has successfully facilitated the creation of partnerships across government, academia, civil society, industry leaders and United Nations agencies. We have accumulated a broad range of core competencies and expertise essential to successful project outcomes. These include multi-sector stakeholder engagement, advocacy and mobilisation, our experience in policy reforms, standards and compliance, our knowledge of capacity building and right skilling for the “Future of Work” and our ability to deliver effective transformation strategies and implementation roadmaps.
Examples of Our Work
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 […]
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.