In the post Covid-19 reality almost every sector will require a rethink and reevaluation. Indeed the need of the hour is to pause and reassess our options in order to find better solutions to move forward in our local and international communities.

The pandemic currently affecting humanity is one of the most critical crises encountered in the 21st century, and it is impacting everyone on a global scale. A major comforting factor in such trying times is the  continuity of education, work, healthcare and other aspects of society through digital platforms. This need for continuation has pushed individuals to rethink how they could improve and better prepare all sectors in the event of future outbreaks of disease. As they say, when the going gets tough, the tough reinvents. A virtual conference on post Covid-19 emergence presents a much needed opportunity to carry out a holistic analysis for different sectors, and in doing so, can pave the way to rethink, revise and redesign possible solutions and ways forward.

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Rethinking Health-Care

In the post COVID-19 situation our primary focus must be to redesign & rethink the worldwide healthcare system in order to improve the overall health care sector and how governments, businesses can work together to build health resilience and fight to overcome the existing and potential lackings and loopholes in the much crucial healthcare sector.

Rebuilding Economy

Most of the country’s economy is collapsing due to this COVID-19 crisis. This worldwide economic pressure is affecting even the areas that are not affected by the virus. To survive this crisis, we need to find new solutions. Corporates, businesses, governments and people need to ensure that the workflow does not get disrupted and critical situations are under control.

Renewing Governance & Peace

The catastrophic public health impact of the Covid-19 crisis has sent the world reeling, but its full ramifications have only begun to unfold. The pandemic is shaking the foundations of economic, social and cultural institutions across societies, communities & nations.

Reviving Education & Intellectualism

We have seen that in pre COVID-19 situation a lot of focus was directed towards the entertainment or non-academic research sectors. Funds, grants & portion of global economy were invested more on entertainment or recreational sectors

Realizing Cross Border Inclusiveness

Geopolitical strategies should be aligned to serve humanity as a whole. It shouldn't be exclusive to certain communities but rather be inclusive worldwide. As we have seen a virus in one country can affect the whole world proving we are no longer protected by the borders.

Recycling Environment & Climate Change

During the COVID-19 pandemic when most of the world went under lockdown, a significant positive climate and environmental changes have been experienced.

Dhaka: Asia & Africa Focus

Asia is increasingly important to Africa, and the inverse is true, but, the two regions also share linguistic, cultural, and economic ties that stretch back centuries. Over the past few years, Africa has been home to some of the world's fastest-growing economies. How can Asia and Africa use this moment to redevelop and deepen their ties for their mutual benefit?

Networking Open Sessions

You may connect automatically to the Networking section of the technology platform Hopin with other participants live to interact, discuss amongst yourselves and just to get to know each other on the event broadcasting day.

Data Intelligence in COVID-19 Response

The emerging COVID-19 responses of different countries around the world depict how this crisis has integrated epidemiologists, data scientists, economists, anthropologists who have not really been seen to have worked together before, has now lead to new data policies and facilitated collaboration between private and public sectors.


Royal Majesty Muedzul-Lail
Tan Kiram

Sultan of Sulu and North Borneo

Dr. Murad Hassan, MP

State Minister of Information Bangladesh

Datuk Dr. Rais Hussin

Chairman, Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation &
Former Adviser to Hon. PM

Dr. Alfredo Spilzinger

Lord of Brownsel
Chairman, World Complex Science Academy

Zunaid Ahmed Palak, MP

Minister of State for Information and Communication Technology Division

Geoff Mulgan, CBE

Professor, University College london
Ex-Director of the Prime Minister's Strategy Unit, UK.

Dr. Rajen. M

Founder & CEO, Holista Colltech Ltd

Dr. Hossain Zillur Rahman

Chairperson, BRAC

Professor Jaideep Prabhu

Professor of business & enterprise
University of Cambridge, UK

Dr Fazlun Khalid

UN advisor on environmental ethics

Salahuddin Kasem Khan

Executive Chairman SEACO Foundation Bangladesh & Member IAP, WIEF (World Islamic Economic Forum) ,KL Malaysia

Md. Khurshid Alam

Assistant Resident Representative , Resilience & Inclusive Growth Portfolio, UNDP Bangladesh

Sudipto Mukerjee

Resident Representative, UNDP Bangladesh

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