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|Project name||Organization name||Social impact area||Project summary||Task name||Task status|
|Social Media for Public Health||The George Washington University School of Engineering and Applied Science||Education||We are conducting several studies using social media to better understand public health trends and misinformation around COVID-19.||Project scoping||Started|
|COVID Mali||The George Washington University School of Engineering and Applied Science||Education||COVID Mali is a consortium of skilled engineers, designers, architects, and makers working on prototyping and refining PPE equipment and other medical supplies with localized raw materials in Bamako, Mali. Our team builds much-needed equipment including shields, gowns, prototypes for N95 equivalent respirators, and vacuum molding for bending/forming plastic or plexiglass (i.e. for face shields) to name a few. We plan to procure some raw materials abroad but aim to mainly rely on locally-procured materials for production, while simultaneously bolstering our local community partnerships for those who will fall most vulnerable to the virus.||Project scoping||Started|