Featuring Robert Kee, chairman and founder, Operation Hope Foundation (OHF), this webinar will highlight different concepts of stopping fraud and how stopping it is key to ensure that donations and aid will alleviate poverty and give hope to those for whom the donations were intended.
Robert Kee founded Operation Hope Foundation (OHF) as an International NGO operating in Cambodia and Nepal since 2002. OHF runs programs in four areas: community , skills training , volunteer and children. Kee received a scholarship to study Electrical Engineering at the University of Auckland, New Zealand, and has a Master of Engineering degree from the National University of Singapore. Being a serial entrepreneur, he owns three companies in manufacturing , properties and a hotel. He has worked full time with no salary to OHF since 2002.
The webinar is part of the John D. Gerhart Center's webinar series: The Aftermath of COVID-19: The New Social Impact Ecosystem, with the aim of discussing concepts that are currently not mainstream and may, or perhaps should, become mainstream in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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