The Aid & International Development Forum Asia Summit returns to Bangkok on 21-22 June 2016, once again uniting leading humanitarian aid and development experts in the region.
The AIDF Asia Summit provides an outlook on how technological innovations and best practice can improve disaster response and health resilience in South East Asia.
Along with 250+ senior executives and advisors from Asian governments, UN agencies, development banks, NGOs, military & defence and civil society organisations and the private sector, participants are expected to:
Find out about the latest trends in resilience and relief management.
Discover new innovations and practical solutions, especially around mobile devices.
Compare approaches with peers and benefit from first-hand insight from leading solution providers
Build long lasting partnerships and more effective collaborations.
During the two-day Summit, participants shall discover new business opportunities, exchange ideas and influence the global debate on improving disaster relief and resilience.
Register your participation now at http://goo.gl/3VpxjO
This year’s agenda will focus on the following topic areas:
Overview of current health threats in Asia
Update on regional health programmes
WASH innovations and good practice
Ensuring access to safe drinking water and sanitation
Impact of mobile devices on development work
Utilising mobile technology to better reach and engage communities
Health innovations and Learning in Asia
Humanitarian logistics and supply chain challenges
New financing and electronic payment models
Pre-register your interest now to be first to enjoy engaging and inspiring discussions with 50+ expert speakers.
For more information and to register, visit the AIDF website http://goo.gl/3VpxjO