The world is facing, with the COVID-19, a unique and unprecedented health crisis in terms of its magnitude, gravity and speed of propagation, creating a huge disruption in the global economy, impacting the operation of millions of businesses and the life of billions of citizens.
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis, health organizations across the world, under the impulsion of the World Health Organisation, have started to investigate the cases behind the development of the virus in order to curb it.
Facilitated access to data, as well as the coordinated effort of all economic stakeholders, at public and private level, worldwide, is key to win this war against the virus.
To fasten the resolution of this unprecedented global health crisis and mitigate the economic fallout and the repercussions on all businesses, data must circulate between organizations easily, securely, and extremely fast.
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Dawex team is mobilized to broadly make available pro bono the CODIV-19 Data Exchange to the large community of companies and organizations wanting to take part in the solution to this crisis. Participants will be able to exchange strategic and vital non-personal data to hinder COVID-19’s dissemination, fix the various business and economic disruptions resulting from the pandemic, and prepare for a better and stronger future.
With this initiative, Dawex and other organizations’ intent is to offer their respective expertise, experience and network to create the largest community of private and public organizations, and enrich the platform with critical data sources for the benefit of the sanitary and economic fight against COVID-19.
In the current context, cooperation and mutual assistance must be our top priority. Consequently and in accordance with the initiative's purpose to hinder COVID-19's dissemination and restrain its economic impact, Dawex will not apply any commission on data transactions of any kind.
With the COVID-19 Data Exchange, public and private organizations will be able to securely source, publish and exchange all types of non-personal data to solve the health, economic, organizational and societal problems compounded by the pandemic.