MOBILISE Partner’s Monthly Progress Meeting in August

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Date:
4th August 2020

Place/Venue:
Online Microsoft Teams

Participants:
UK Team (Prof. Terrence Fernando, Prof. Chaminda, Henneke, Simon, Hisham, Dulcidio), Pakistan Team, Sri Lanka Team, Umber Nazir, Siti Kursiah Kamalia Abdul Latib and Syamimi Shahlal from KANZU Research: Resilient Built Environment, UTHM, Malaysian Team.

Description:
MOBILISE Malaysia team attended the monthly meeting with the MOBILISE research project leader Prof. Terrence Fernando. All the teams from UK, Pakistan, Malaysia and Sri Lanka were present in the meeting. The routine project meeting was to update the MOBILISE team on project recent progress. There were a few things that have been discussed in the meeting:

  1. Prof. Terrence gave a welcome speech about the current situation and the milestones to achieve by the end of this year and applying for the extension of about 3 months.
  2. Mr Mushtaq (Pakistan Team) presented the progress of the project activities in Pakistan.
  3. Prof. Chaminda and Hisham presented the progress in the Community resilience framework in all countries regarding papers and interview sessions.
  4. On behalf of Dr Nora, Umber presented the progress for MOBILISE Malaysia and the next milestones achieved in August 2020.

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