Author archives: Jack Miszencin

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Primero: Agile Development and Emergency Response

On September 28th, a 7.5 magnitude earthquake struck the Indonesian island of Sulawesi. Within an hour, tsunami waves reaching 6 meters in height swept through the coastal city of Palu, devastating homes and infrastructure. Over 2,000 residents have died and over 80,000 have been displaced.

The Indonesian ...

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On September 28th, a 7.5 magnitude earthquake struck the Indonesian island of Sulawesi. Within an hour, tsunami waves reaching 6 meters in height swept through the coastal city of Palu, devastating homes and infrastructure. Over 2,000 residents have died and over 80,000 have been displaced.

The Indonesian government and humanitarian agencies like UNICEF have needed to act quickly to accommodate a massive population in need of services. The presence of existing humanitarian ...

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A Visit from Governor Roy Cooper

North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper recently toured Davidson College’s Jay Hurt Hub for Innovation and Entrepreneurship - a collaborative workspace where companies like Quoin work side-by-side with promising student entrepreneurs. The Hub serves an important purpose in North Carolina’s economy: giving young entrepreneurs access to guidance from experienced business leaders, while ...

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North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper recently toured Davidson College’s Jay Hurt Hub for Innovation and Entrepreneurship - a collaborative workspace where companies like Quoin work side-by-side with promising student entrepreneurs. The Hub serves an important purpose in North Carolina’s economy: giving young entrepreneurs access to guidance from experienced business leaders, while exposing established businesses to young talent with fresh ideas.

As part of its residency at the Hurt Hub, Quoin has provided support for a Davidson ...

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UNICEF - Somaliland

In March 2018, Quoin staff traveled to the semi-autonomous region of Somaliland to perform requirements-gathering for the deployment of the Primero case management platform. As part of its long-standing relationship with UNICEF, Quoin has deployed this application in a number of diverse and challenging contexts. Somaliland, however, presents a unique ...

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In March 2018, Quoin staff traveled to the semi-autonomous region of Somaliland to perform requirements-gathering for the deployment of the Primero case management platform. As part of its long-standing relationship with UNICEF, Quoin has deployed this application in a number of diverse and challenging contexts. Somaliland, however, presents a unique scenario because it lies at the center of a complex, cross-border web of child migration routes. Children fleeing drought, conflict, and general economic hardship traverse ...

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