Aid & Development Asia Summit 21-22 June 2016 - Bangkok, Thailand
The Aid & Development Asia Summit 2016 looks at how technological innovations and best practice can improve aid and development work in Asia-Pacific.
Gathering all key stakeholder groups including UN and government agencies, development banks, civil societies and the private sector, the Summit provides a unique opportunity for trans-disciplinary discussions and cross-sector networking. The Aid & Development Asia Summit agenda will focus on building resilience to disasters and climate change, enabling quicker, safer and better emergency response, and ensuring more effective aid delivery and community engagement.
Why attend?
Join 250+ senior executives and advisors from Asian governments, UN agencies, development banks, NGOs, military and defence, civil society organisations and the private sector to:
  • Find out about the latest trends in resilience and relief management
  • Discover new innovations and practical solutions, especially around mobile devices
  • Compare your approaches with peers and benefit from first-hand insight from leading solution providers ?
  • Build long lasting partnerships and more effective collaborations.
During this two-day Summit you will discover new business opportunities, exchange ideas and influence the global debate on improving disaster relief and resilience.
Who visits?
The Aid & Development Asia Summit 2016 attracts decision-makers from regional governments in Southeast Asia, UN and intergovernmental organisations, investors, academic and technical institutions, the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement and non-governmental organisations, community leaders, media and the private sector. The Summit has been designed to benefit directors of development, humanitarian response, operations, programmes, infrastructure, logistics, procurement, security & safety, partnerships, financing, training, IT and technology, health, disaster resilience, climate change adaptation.
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