How would we introduce ECHO to a party of youth without highlighting a specific crisis or making them feel uncomfortable? What would be the best way to demonstrate what ECHO does?
The answer… Put them in the center of the action!
Imagine a first person interactive game where you play the role of an ECHO aid director. A call comes in in the middle of the night; there’s a crisis at a big refugee camp. The flow of refugees is increasing, and scattered reports of food shortages and piracy are generating anxiety in a camp already pushed to the limit.
Advisors are briefing you on the latest intel, reports are shoved in your face, and LED monitors flash to life. All eyes are on you. Your job is to sift through the chaos, assess the situation and make the right decisions about food delivery, refugee safety, accessibility to water and medical care, and what humanitarian partners to mobilize.
Make the right decisions and you may qualify to win a chance to accompany ECHO - and observe a camp first hand.
Do you have what it takes?
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