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Gabriel Rebollón

Gabriel Rebollón


Medical Doctor

GCL 2018 Panamá

Achievements Or Awards

Expert Network of Future of Health and Healthcare - World Economic ForumNew Champion at the Annual Meeting of New Champions in Dalian, China                                                   Forbes 30Under30 on Social Entrepreneurship Finalist                                                                                            Global Shaper of the World Economic Forum                                                                                                         Héroe por Panamá                                                                                                                                 


Medical Doctor


Job Experience

Fundación Sangre Panamá 

Higher Education

Global Competitiveness Leadership Program       McDonough School of Business - Georgetown University | Washington DC, USA       Social Impact Fellow   Singularity University | San Francisco, California     Countermeasures for Communicable Diseases Institute of Tropical Medicine, Nagasaki University | Nagasaki, Japan         Nonprofit Management      University of Louisville | Panama City, Panama   Doctor in Medicine (MD)     Universidad Latina de Panamá 



#Blood4All is a global initiative that aims to engage with people through social media to spark a conversation about becoming voluntary blood donors and taking action donating blood periodically. Our main goal is holding multiple simultaneous blood drives to ignite a campaign to normalize and promote regular blood donations in communities around the world.

Pura Panamá

The Pura Panama Project, a project co-funded by GCL 2018 Gabriel Rebollón, MD and Daniel Sessa, launched in 2017 in the Republic of Panama to contribute to improving access and water quality in those communities where there is no drinking water. The project consists of delivering to each family a kit that contains a water filtration system, personalized training on the benefits of drinking water, its proper use and maintenance of the filters. During the training, the beneficiaries learn how to assemble the kit, how it works, how it is cleaned and what are the benefits that the water filter offers to them. These water filters can provide up to one million gallons of clean water and have an approximate duration of up to 10 years. So far, more than 4,500 people who live in the communities belonging to the Emberá Region of Ipetí Emberá, Curtí Emberá, Piriatí in East Panama and recently the community of Majé Cordillera, on Lake Bayano, have directly benefited from this project. The Project offers a multidimensional solution that unites the latest technology with an educational program for families. This is achieved through a multi-sector alliance that monitors each community where the project is implemented and measures the impact in the medium and long term. Families who do not have access to quality drinking water have a higher risk of developing health problems, lack of hygiene results in problems such as parasites and bacteria that generate stomach pain, vomiting, and diarrhea. This project is developed in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals: SDG # 3: Health and Welfare, SDG # 6: Clean Water and Sanitation, SDG # 10: Inequality Reduction, SDG # 17: Partnerships to achieve the objectives. The Multisectoral Alliance is formed by Global Shapers Panama City Hub, Alberto Motta Foundation, Infinity Real State Group, Copa Airlines, Waves For Water and Hotel Las Americas Golden Tower.


Fundación Sangre Panamá

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