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COVID-19

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic impacts everyone. An inter-related crisis, we are witnessing the ripple effect across multiple dimensions: health, social, work, education, political and economic. This is a critical time to make a difference. The Amersi Foundation is playing an active supporting role across a breadth of initiatives to create a positive long-term impact for society in this difficult time.

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A discussion on Brexit, Foreign Affairs, and Covid-19

The Shia Ithna'ashari Community of Middlesex (SICM) in collaboration with The Salaam Centre, invited Mohamed Amersi to join a live virtual discussion covering a range of topics from Brexit to Covid-19 on the 30th October 2020.

Navigating out of Lockdown: The 3 T’s; Tracing, Tracking & Testing

Mohamed Amersi was involved in discussions with Senior UK Government Officials on the technology required to navigate out of Lockdown. Drawing upon his extensive experience in the Telecommunications, Media, and Technology sector, Mohamed was able to offer Government insight into the challenges and opportunities within the TMT sector to navigate an careful and effective exit from Lockdown.

Mohamed Amersi invited to participate in a virtual discussion on the Healthcare Industry’s response to Covid-19, hosted by The Commonwealth Enterprise Investment Council

Mohamed Amersi was invited to participate in an online discussion hosted by The Commonwealth Enterprise and Investment Council (CWEIC), where he also serves as a board member. The discussion titled “The Healthcare Industry’s response to Covid-19: From PPE procurement to tech innovation.” was hosted by Lord Marland, CWEIC Chairman.

The Foundation supports One Million Meals

One MillionMeals.uk was launched as a response to Covid-19, with a clear mission: to feed one million nutritious meals & drinks to NHS doctors, nurses, paramedics and key workers at the frontline.

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Faith as a medium for conflict resolution. An enlightened discourse between One Young World and its Councillor, Mohamed Amersi

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