STAC-19: Student Volunteer Registration Form
Volunteer Details for Innovation Projects
Please choose a limited number of projects so that you can dedicate yourself optimally to the ones you are assigned to.
Name *
Designation *
Institution *
City (Country if abroad) *
Languages you can speak (please place a comma between each language) *
Email Address (please check the spelling) *
Contact Number for WhatsApp (please add country code if outside Pakistan) *
Project 1: Social Media Education Campaign
A multi-pronged approach to COVID related education and awareness. Requires working on the creation and dissemination of educational content on print and digital media.
Project 1: Social Media Education Campaign *
Project 2: Project Alloy (Johns Hopkins - Honorable Mention)
We aim to facilitate supply chain optimization by tackling inadequate and inequitable resource distribution through a centralized management approach. Through our portal, organizations in need of PPEs, ventilators, blood donations and other key resources can be connected to NGOs, government agencies and manufacturers enable time-sensitive and need-based optimization of resource allocation and distribution.

For all STAC volunteers it is mandatory to identify atleast 3 manufacturers, distributors and hospitals in their area / city who they could potentially reach out to. Other responsibilities will include digital data-entry for real time distribution, feedback from the application users, and assistance in coordination if need be.
Project 2: Project Alloy *
Project 3: COVID Watch (Partnership with Duke University)
We hope to investigate and characterize the impact of COVID-19 on individual patients and populations. Our findings can improve how health care systems prepare and plan for circumstances such as the COVID-19 pandemic.

Volunteers will need to sign up as community users on the webpage link which will be provided after groups are formed.
Project 3: COVID Watch *
Project 4: Lost in Translation
Pakistan has 6 major languages Punjabi, Balochi, Pushto, Sindhi, Saraiki and Urdu. Additionally we have multiple regional languages- Gujari, Kashmiri, Brahui, Hindko, Marwari and many more. Unfortunately important COVID information and explanations are not available for people who only speak these languages, or even the less common major languages.
International volunteers may opt to run subgroups for other international languages!

If this group of volunteers can come up with a short standardized video or booklet- targeted at everyone, children included- and have it in as many local languages as possible the information will spread far and wide and many more people can be safe!

This project will be lead by MultiLingual Health - a local start-up. Volunteers will be joining their team.
Project 4: Lost in Translation *
Project 5: Peace of Mind - Aik Aik Qadam
This project aims to identify potential stresses and issues within the community and come up with innovative ways to help people deal with them. Examples include students having to deal with the stress of loss of studies, delayed schedules/exams, domestic abuse and child abuse, work stress, dealing with the stress of working from home, job insecurity.
Project 5: Peace of Mind - Aik Aik Qadam *
Project 6: Netflix and COVID
This project aims to create a short documentary outlining how mankind has been successful in battling previous pandemics over the years, while touching upon the differences between them and the current Covid-19 pandemic to create awareness. Volunteers for this project will have complete creative control and we hope that this project will be a collaboration between people from all professions and areas of expertise.
Project 6: Netflix and COVID *
Project 7: ReProduce
This project focuses on creating a) PPE alternatives - look up specifications for all the components of PPE (material, pore sizes for masks, size of face shield etc) and find alternatives materials/designs to achieve the same level of protection for Healthcare Personnel; and formulating processes for b) PPE recycling / resterilizing
These can also be used in the community.
Project 7: ReProduce *
Project 8: HomeWork
This project aims to assist healthcare workers with their daily lives and chores etc so that they can focus on their work, their patients and their own mental health. Tasks may include: delivering groceries, baby-sitting, household chores, etc.
Project 8: HomeWork *
Project 9: Buzurg
Many of our elders, grandparents included, are lucky enough to be living with family. However
there are many Senior Citizen Homes for Elderly Care. This part of the population is the most vulnerable during this crisis.

Is there a way to reach out to these homes, find out their situation, if they need any help and if any teaching can be done for the staff and the residents of the Elderly homes on how best to take precautions against COVID-19? This group will be tasked to figure out the dimensions of and solve this issue!
Project 9: Buzurg *
Do you have other ideas you want to tackle? Please let us know! (Briefly list the ideas)
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