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How we could have saved even more lives - Médecins Sans Frontières

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How we could have saved even more lives - Médecins Sans Frontières (Alan Lefebvre)

April 21, 2021

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Alan Lefebvre will present a story about how we could have saved even more lives. The story will cover a personal field experience, leading a team that was dealing with the most severe cholera outbreak.

The Learning will be “What makes your learning culture being pivotal for your strategy/business?”

As part of the Business Agility Conference - Global, we are supporting Médecins Sans Frontières as our charity organization, where our profit will be be provided.

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