Humanitarian videos

Latest videos from ReliefWeb content providers

Aid & International Development Forum Channel
Videos Home | Back to Labs site | Visit ReliefWeb site
aidforumonline
Webinar: Procurement Trends & Advice for Southeast Asia's Aid and Development Sector
Description: On 26th April 2017, the Aid & International Development Forum (AIDF) hosted a webinar on ‘Procurement Trends & Advice for Southeast Asia's Aid and Development Sector’ Aimed at private sector companies looking to supply humanitarian aid and development programmes and doing business with UN, bilateral and government agencies in the region. Experts from key procurement divisions in Southeast Asia's aid and development sector offered first-hand insights and guidance, including: - Niiara Abliamitova, Chief Procurement officer, United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UN-ESCAP) ​ - George Gegelia, Regional Procurement Officer for Asia and Pacific, World Food Programme (WFP) - Jacqueline Enstone, Contracts Specialist, UNICEF Regional Office in Bangkok The webinar gathered representatives from 427 companies from 73 countries around the world. To view the webinar case study, please visit http://www.aidforum.org/events AIDF provides bespoke client offerings and if you would like to get involved and achieve something similar, please contact us at marketing@aidforum.org to discuss your requirements and goals. Stay tuned for future events and webinars, subscribe to our monthly newsletter. Sign up now http://www.aidforum.org/newsletter/subscribe
  08 May 2017   59m 0 124 0
Showing 2 - 12 of 111 videos
Aid & Development Africa Summit 2017 - Highlights
Description: Aid & Development Africa Summit 2017 - africa.aidforum.org 28 February - 1 March I Safari Park Hotel I Nairobi, Kenya The 2nd annual Aid & Development Africa Summit was held in Nairobi, Kenya on 28 February and 1 March 2017 at the Safari Park Hotel. The two day summit attracted more than 350 high-profile representatives from NGOs, businesses, government, UN organisations, donors and media. The aim of the practice-led conference was to share programme and policy updates, explore innovative solutions and facilitate effective cross-sector partnerships needed to improve aid delivery and development strategy in sub-Saharan East Africa. Day one focused on mobile technology supporting community resilience, data strategy, infrastructure and camp management as well as lessons learned from recent drought crisis, while the second day was dedicated to building Africa’s capacity to meet health SDGs and deal with public health threats. Addressing challenges of humanitarian logistics, update on procurement trends and business opportunities in sub-Saharan East Africa were also discussed. The opening keynote address was given by Mary Mwale of the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, Kenya. Keynote speakers and panellists included Peter Mwarogo, Country Director, Kenya, FHI 360, Pete Vowles, Country Director, Department for International Development (DfID), Philippe Carette, Country Director, Action Against Hunger, Andrew Karlyn, Regional Advisor, Africa, USAID and other experts from international organisations such as the Belgian Development Agency (BTC), Save The Children, World Food Programme, International Rescue Committee, Rockefeller Foundation, UN OCHA, World Vision, Millennium Challenge Corporation and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). The Aid & Development Africa Summit hosted an exhibition where over 30 private sector companies demonstrated their innovative solutions including cold chain solutions for vaccinations (B Medical Systems), malaria control interventions (Sumitomo Chemical), irrigation solutions (Netafim), water purification (Aquatabs), solar energy products (Greenlight Planet), helicopter services (GHS), IT infrastructure (ATEA), electronic cash transfers (sQuid Kenya), satellite, and data communications (Talia) and translation services (Strategic Agenda). As a new feature of the Summit, Planet of the Apps presented mobile applications that support SDGs in the region. The showcased apps included ReliefWeb, AidHedge, ConviFarm, Agribusiness TV, E-ukulima, Share The Meal and ETC Reporter. For more information please contact: Alina O’Keeffe, Head of Marketing, T: +44 (0)20 7871 0123 E: marketing@aidforum.org @FollowAIDF @AlinaAIDF www.aidforum.org
  31 Mar 2017   3m34s 0 19 0
AIDF Africa Summit 2017 - Interview with Fieke Geerts, Orkidstudio
Description: Aid & Development Africa Summit 2017 - africa.aidforum.org - Interview with Fieke Geerts, Enterprise Developer, Orkidstudio 28 February - 1 March I Safari Park Hotel I Nairobi, Kenya The 2nd annual Aid & Development Africa Summit was held in Nairobi, Kenya on 28 February and 1 March 2017 at the Safari Park Hotel. The two day summit attracted more than 350 high-profile representatives from NGOs, businesses, government, UN organisations, donors and media. The aim of the practice-led conference was to share programme and policy updates, explore innovative solutions and facilitate effective cross-sector partnerships needed to improve aid delivery and development strategy in sub-Saharan East Africa. Day one focused on mobile technology supporting community resilience, data strategy, infrastructure and camp management as well as lessons learned from recent drought crisis, while the second day was dedicated to building Africa’s capacity to meet health SDGs and deal with public health threats. Addressing challenges of humanitarian logistics, update on procurement trends and business opportunities in sub-Saharan East Africa were also discussed. The opening keynote address was given by Mary Mwale of the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, Kenya. Keynote speakers and panellists included Peter Mwarogo, Country Director, Kenya, FHI 360, Pete Vowles, Country Director, Department for International Development (DfID), Philippe Carette, Country Director, Action Against Hunger, Andrew Karlyn, Regional Advisor, Africa, USAID and other experts from international organisations such as the Belgian Development Agency (BTC), Save The Children, World Food Programme, International Rescue Committee, Rockefeller Foundation, UN OCHA, World Vision, Millennium Challenge Corporation and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). The Aid & Development Africa Summit hosted an exhibition where over 30 private sector companies demonstrated their innovative solutions including cold chain solutions for vaccinations (B Medical Systems), malaria control interventions (Sumitomo Chemical), irrigation solutions (Netafim), water purification (Aquatabs), solar energy products (Greenlight Planet), helicopter services (GHS), IT infrastructure (ATEA), electronic cash transfers (sQuid Kenya), satellite, and data communications (Talia) and translation services (Strategic Agenda). As a new feature of the Summit, Planet of the Apps presented mobile applications that support SDGs in the region. The showcased apps included ReliefWeb, AidHedge, ConviFarm, Agribusiness TV, E-ukulima, Share The Meal and ETC Reporter. For more information please contact: Alina O’Keeffe, Head of Marketing, T: +44 (0)20 7871 0123 E: marketing@aidforum.org @FollowAIDF @AlinaAIDF www.aidforum.org
  31 Mar 2017   2m10s 0 18 0
AIDF Africa Summit 2017- Interview with Luc Provost, B Medical Systems
Description: africa.aidforum.org Interview with Luc Provost, Chief Executive Officer, B Medical System at Aid & Development Africa Summit 28 February - 1 March 2017 I Safari Park Hotel I Nairobi, Kenya The 2nd annual Aid & Development Africa Summit was held in Nairobi, Kenya on 28 February and 1 March 2017 at the Safari Park Hotel. The two day summit attracted more than 350 high-profile representatives from NGOs, businesses, government, UN organisations, donors and media. The aim of the practice-led conference was to share programme and policy updates, explore innovative solutions and facilitate effective cross-sector partnerships needed to improve aid delivery and development strategy in sub-Saharan East Africa. Day one focused on mobile technology supporting community resilience, data strategy, infrastructure and camp management as well as lessons learned from recent drought crisis, while the second day was dedicated to building Africa’s capacity to meet health SDGs and deal with public health threats. Addressing challenges of humanitarian logistics, update on procurement trends and business opportunities in sub-Saharan East Africa were also discussed. The opening keynote address was given by Mary Mwale of the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, Kenya. Keynote speakers and panellists included Peter Mwarogo, Country Director, Kenya, FHI 360, Pete Vowles, Country Director, Department for International Development (DfID), Philippe Carette, Country Director, Action Against Hunger, Andrew Karlyn, Regional Advisor, Africa, USAID and other experts from international organisations such as the Belgian Development Agency (BTC), Save The Children, World Food Programme, International Rescue Committee, Rockefeller Foundation, UN OCHA, World Vision, Millennium Challenge Corporation and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). The Aid & Development Africa Summit hosted an exhibition where over 30 private sector companies demonstrated their innovative solutions including cold chain solutions for vaccinations (B Medical Systems), malaria control interventions (Sumitomo Chemical), irrigation solutions (Netafim), water purification (Aquatabs), solar energy products (Greenlight Planet), helicopter services (GHS), IT infrastructure (ATEA), electronic cash transfers (sQuid Kenya), satellite, and data communications (Talia) and translation services (Strategic Agenda). As a new feature of the Summit, Planet of the Apps presented mobile applications that support SDGs in the region. The showcased apps included ReliefWeb, AidHedge, ConviFarm, Agribusiness TV, E-ukulima, Share The Meal and ETC Reporter. For more information please contact: Alina O’Keeffe, Head of Marketing, T: +44 (0)20 7871 0123 E: marketing@aidforum.org @FollowAIDF @AlinaAIDF www.aidforum.org
  30 Mar 2017   4m37s 1 67 0
AIDF Africa Summit 2017 - Interview with Kim Roedkjaer, ATEA
Description: africa.aidforum.org Interview with Kim Roedkjaer, Sales Director, ATEA at Aid & Development Africa Summit 28 February - 1 March 2017 I Safari Park Hotel I Nairobi, Kenya The 2nd annual Aid & Development Africa Summit was held in Nairobi, Kenya on 28 February and 1 March 2017 at the Safari Park Hotel. The two day summit attracted more than 350 high-profile representatives from NGOs, businesses, government, UN organisations, donors and media. The aim of the practice-led conference was to share programme and policy updates, explore innovative solutions and facilitate effective cross-sector partnerships needed to improve aid delivery and development strategy in sub-Saharan East Africa. Day one focused on mobile technology supporting community resilience, data strategy, infrastructure and camp management as well as lessons learned from recent drought crisis, while the second day was dedicated to building Africa’s capacity to meet health SDGs and deal with public health threats. Addressing challenges of humanitarian logistics, update on procurement trends and business opportunities in sub-Saharan East Africa were also discussed. The opening keynote address was given by Mary Mwale of the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, Kenya. Keynote speakers and panellists included Peter Mwarogo, Country Director, Kenya, FHI 360, Pete Vowles, Country Director, Department for International Development (DfID), Philippe Carette, Country Director, Action Against Hunger, Andrew Karlyn, Regional Advisor, Africa, USAID and other experts from international organisations such as the Belgian Development Agency (BTC), Save The Children, World Food Programme, International Rescue Committee, Rockefeller Foundation, UN OCHA, World Vision, Millennium Challenge Corporation and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). The Aid & Development Africa Summit hosted an exhibition where over 30 private sector companies demonstrated their innovative solutions including cold chain solutions for vaccinations (B Medical Systems), malaria control interventions (Sumitomo Chemical), irrigation solutions (Netafim), water purification (Aquatabs), solar energy products (Greenlight Planet), helicopter services (GHS), IT infrastructure (ATEA), electronic cash transfers (sQuid Kenya), satellite, and data communications (Talia) and translation services (Strategic Agenda). As a new feature of the Summit, Planet of the Apps presented mobile applications that support SDGs in the region. The showcased apps included ReliefWeb, AidHedge, ConviFarm, Agribusiness TV, E-ukulima, Share The Meal and ETC Reporter. For more information please contact: Alina O’Keeffe, Head of Marketing, T: +44 (0)20 7871 0123 E: marketing@aidforum.org @FollowAIDF @AlinaAIDF www.aidforum.org
  30 Mar 2017   3m5s 0 28 0
AIDF Africa Summit 2017 - Interview with Farah Abdulsamed, IGAD
Description: africa.aidforum.org Interview with Farah Abdulsamed, Capacity Building Coordinator, IGAD at the Aid & Development Africa Summit 28 February - 1 March 2017 I Safari Park Hotel I Nairobi, Kenya The 2nd annual Aid & Development Africa Summit was held in Nairobi, Kenya on 28 February and 1 March 2017 at the Safari Park Hotel. The two day summit attracted more than 350 high-profile representatives from NGOs, businesses, government, UN organisations, donors and media. The aim of the practice-led conference was to share programme and policy updates, explore innovative solutions and facilitate effective cross-sector partnerships needed to improve aid delivery and development strategy in sub-Saharan East Africa. Day one focused on mobile technology supporting community resilience, data strategy, infrastructure and camp management as well as lessons learned from recent drought crisis, while the second day was dedicated to building Africa’s capacity to meet health SDGs and deal with public health threats. Addressing challenges of humanitarian logistics, update on procurement trends and business opportunities in sub-Saharan East Africa were also discussed. The opening keynote address was given by Mary Mwale of the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, Kenya. Keynote speakers and panellists included Peter Mwarogo, Country Director, Kenya, FHI 360, Pete Vowles, Country Director, Department for International Development (DfID), Philippe Carette, Country Director, Action Against Hunger, Andrew Karlyn, Regional Advisor, Africa, USAID and other experts from international organisations such as the Belgian Development Agency (BTC), Save The Children, World Food Programme, International Rescue Committee, Rockefeller Foundation, UN OCHA, World Vision, Millennium Challenge Corporation and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). The Aid & Development Africa Summit hosted an exhibition where over 30 private sector companies demonstrated their innovative solutions including cold chain solutions for vaccinations (B Medical Systems), malaria control interventions (Sumitomo Chemical), irrigation solutions (Netafim), water purification (Aquatabs), solar energy products (Greenlight Planet), helicopter services (GHS), IT infrastructure (ATEA), electronic cash transfers (sQuid Kenya), satellite, and data communications (Talia) and translation services (Strategic Agenda). As a new feature of the Summit, Planet of the Apps presented mobile applications that support SDGs in the region. The showcased apps included ReliefWeb, AidHedge, ConviFarm, Agribusiness TV, E-ukulima, Share The Meal and ETC Reporter. For more information please contact: Alina O’Keeffe, Head of Marketing, T: +44 (0)20 7871 0123 E: marketing@aidforum.org @FollowAIDF @AlinaAIDF www.aidforum.org
  30 Mar 2017   1m57s 0 33 0
AIDF Africa Summit 2017- Interview with Mulualem Mersha, Plan International
Description: africa.aidforum.org Interview with Mulualem Mersha, ICT Specialist, Plan International Ethiopia at Aid & Development Africa Summit 28 February - 1 March 2017 I Safari Park Hotel I Nairobi, Kenya The 2nd annual Aid & Development Africa Summit was held in Nairobi, Kenya on 28 February and 1 March 2017 at the Safari Park Hotel. The two day summit attracted more than 350 high-profile representatives from NGOs, businesses, government, UN organisations, donors and media. The aim of the practice-led conference was to share programme and policy updates, explore innovative solutions and facilitate effective cross-sector partnerships needed to improve aid delivery and development strategy in sub-Saharan East Africa. Day one focused on mobile technology supporting community resilience, data strategy, infrastructure and camp management as well as lessons learned from recent drought crisis, while the second day was dedicated to building Africa’s capacity to meet health SDGs and deal with public health threats. Addressing challenges of humanitarian logistics, update on procurement trends and business opportunities in sub-Saharan East Africa were also discussed. The opening keynote address was given by Mary Mwale of the Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, Kenya. Keynote speakers and panellists included Peter Mwarogo, Country Director, Kenya, FHI 360, Pete Vowles, Country Director, Department for International Development (DfID), Philippe Carette, Country Director, Action Against Hunger, Andrew Karlyn, Regional Advisor, Africa, USAID and other experts from international organisations such as the Belgian Development Agency (BTC), Save The Children, World Food Programme, International Rescue Committee, Rockefeller Foundation, UN OCHA, World Vision, Millennium Challenge Corporation and United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). The Aid & Development Africa Summit hosted an exhibition where over 30 private sector companies demonstrated their innovative solutions including cold chain solutions for vaccinations (B Medical Systems), malaria control interventions (Sumitomo Chemical), irrigation solutions (Netafim), water purification (Aquatabs), solar energy products (Greenlight Planet), helicopter services (GHS), IT infrastructure (ATEA), electronic cash transfers (sQuid Kenya), satellite, and data communications (Talia) and translation services (Strategic Agenda). As a new feature of the Summit, Planet of the Apps presented mobile applications that support SDGs in the region. The showcased apps included ReliefWeb, AidHedge, ConviFarm, Agribusiness TV, E-ukulima, Share The Meal and ETC Reporter. For more information please contact: Alina O’Keeffe, Head of Marketing, T: +44 (0)20 7871 0123 E: marketing@aidforum.org @FollowAIDF @AlinaAIDF www.aidforum.org
  30 Mar 2017   1m59s 0 38 0
Webinar: Procurement Advice & Business Opportunities in the Aid and Development Sector
Description: On 1st December 2016, the Aid & International Development Forum (AIDF) hosted a webinar on ‘Procurement advice & business opportunities in the aid and development sector’. Aimed at private sector companies looking to supply humanitarian aid and development programmes and doing business with UN, bilateral and government agencies, the webinar offered an update and refresher on the tender process, vendor registration and evaluation criteria. Experts from key procurement divisions in the international aid and development sector offered first-hand insights and guidance, including: • Faith Graham, Senior Contracts Officer, The World Bank • Trexyl Chua-Miranda, Strategic Procurement Advisor, Peace and Security Cluster, UNOPS • Allan Deacon, Independent Consultant & PhD candidate, honorary International Ambassador, International Federation of Purchasing and Supply Management (IFPSM) The webinar gathered representatives from 330 companies from 68 countries around the world. To view the webinar case study, please visit http://www.aidforum.org/infographic/procurement-advice-business-opportunities-in-the-aid-and-development-sector AIDF provides bespoke client offerings and if you would like to get involved and achieve something similar, please contact us at marketing@aidforum.org to discuss your requirements and goals.
  12 Dec 2016   57m58s 1 89 0
Global Disaster Relief Summit 2016 - Highlights
Description: disaster-relief.aidforum.org Highlights of the AIDF Global Disaster Relief Summit 2016 7-8 September I Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center I Washington D.C. Global Disaster Relief Summit gathered over 300 senior decision-makers from UN and government agencies, Red Cross, NGOs, military, donors, foundations, research institutes and the private sector actors involved with delivering aid relief and resilience programmes with an aim to address challenges related to enabling quicker and better response during crisis and catastrophes. The 70+ expert speaker panel shared valuable insights, led thought provoking discussions and lively exchange of views on a range of vital topics including emergency procurement strategy, data & ICT, humanitarian logistics, disaster response management, health resilience, emergency health & WASH and financing of disaster relief. As an organisation, the Aid & International Development Forum (AIDF) strives to be a catalyst of cross-sector collaboration and innovation by bringing together all stakeholders from government, UN agencies, intergovernmental agencies, NGOs and the private sector at the various AIDF Summits. For more information please contact: Alina O’Keeffe, Marketing Manager, T: +44 (0)20 7871 0123 ext. 232 E: aokeeffe@aidforum.org @FollowAIDF @AlinaAIDF For more information about the Global Disaster Relief Summit 2016, please visit: http://disaster-relief.aidforum.org Post event report and materials http://disaster-relief.aidforum.org/why-attend/highlights_2016 Event photos https://goo.gl/photos/G6k8GgSA8TAJLY8P8
  13 Oct 2016   2m41s 1 190 0
Global Disaster Relief Summit 2016 - Interview with Dr Patrick Meier, Co-Founder, WeRobotics
Description: disaster-relief.aidforum.org 7-8 September I Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center I Washington D.C. Interview with Dr Patrick Meier, Co-Founder, WeRobotics, Digital Humanitarian Network; International Consultant, Facebook, Planet Labs, World Bank Group; Founder, Humanitarian UAV Network Find out what Dr Meier spoke about at the Global Disaster Relief Summit in Washington D.C. as he summarises the key messages from his work within digital humanitarian space. Learn how to address the challenges that digital humanitarians face, related to technology and beyond, as well as what are the main barriers in adaptation of artificial intelligence and robotics in aid and development sector. Global Disaster Relief Summit gathered over 300 senior decision-makers from UN and government agencies, Red Cross, NGOs, military, donors, foundations, research institutes and the private sector actors involved with delivering aid relief and resilience programmes with an aim to address challenges related to enabling quicker and better response during crisis and catastrophes. The 70+ expert speaker panel shared valuable insights, lead thought provoking discussions and lively exchange of views on a range of vital topics including emergency procurement strategy, data & ICT, humanitarian logistics, disaster response management, health resilience, emergency health & WASH and financing of disaster relief. As an organisation, the Aid & International Development Forum (AIDF) strives to be a catalyst of cross-sector collaboration and innovation by bringing together all stakeholders from government, UN agencies, intergovernmental agencies, NGOs and the private sector at the various AIDF Summits. For more information please contact: Alina O’Keeffe, Marketing Manager, T: +44 (0)20 7871 0123 ext. 232 E: aokeeffe@aidforum.org @FollowAIDF @AlinaAIDF For more information about the Global Disaster Relief Summit 2016, please visit: http://disaster-relief.aidforum.org Post event report and materials http://disaster-relief.aidforum.org/why-attend/highlights_2016 Event photos https://goo.gl/photos/G6k8GgSA8TAJLY8P8
  05 Oct 2016   4m56s 0 118 0
Global Disaster Relief Summit 2016 - Interview with Brian Kelly, IOM
Description: disaster-relief.aidforum.org 7-8 September I Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center I Washington D.C. Interview with Brian Kelly, Head of Community Stabilization Unit, International Organization for Migration (IOM). Brian Kelly spoke about outcomes from the panel on cash-based programmes for disaster relief. The benefits of cash-transfers are widely recognised, as such questions about due diligence, data protection and compliance were addressed. One of the biggest takeaways was the "fear of cash", which relates to the uncertainty that exists about how cash is it being spent and how to monitor it. Yet, there is no evidence case that cash is more risky than in-kind contributions Global Disaster Relief Summit gathered over 300 senior decision-makers from UN and government agencies, Red Cross, NGOs, military, donors, foundations, research institutes and the private sector actors involved with delivering aid relief and resilience programmes with an aim to address challenges related to enabling quicker and better response during crisis and catastrophes. The 70+ expert speaker panel shared valuable insights, lead thought provoking discussions and lively exchange of views on a range of vital topics including emergency procurement strategy, data & ICT, humanitarian logistics, disaster response management, health resilience, emergency health & WASH and financing of disaster relief. As an organisation, the Aid & International Development Forum (AIDF) strives to be a catalyst of cross-sector collaboration and innovation by bringing together all stakeholders from government, UN agencies, intergovernmental agencies, NGOs and the private sector at the various AIDF Summits. For more information please contact: Alina O’Keeffe, Marketing Manager, T: +44 (0)20 7871 0123 ext. 232 E: aokeeffe@aidforum.org @FollowAIDF @AlinaAIDF For more information about the Global Disaster Relief Summit 2016, please visit: http://disaster-relief.aidforum.org Post event report and materials http://disaster-relief.aidforum.org/why-attend/highlights_2016 Event photos https://goo.gl/photos/G6k8GgSA8TAJLY8P8
  05 Oct 2016   3m9s 0 106 0
Global Disaster Relief Summit 2016 - Interview with Luc Provost & Emmanuel Njoku, B Medical Systems
Description: disaster-relief.aidforum.org 7-8 September I Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Center I Washington D.C. Interview with Luc Provost, CEO, B Medical Systems and Emmanuel C. Njoku, CEO, Prezzo Shed Investments Nigeria Limited Find out more about B Medical Systems project in Nigeria, where 40% of deaths of children under five were attributable to vaccine preventable diseases prior to 2012. The successful deployment of B Medical Systems products has positively contributed to improving Nigeria's low routine immunization rates. B Medical Systems plan to repeat the success story in DRC, where it is in the process of installing a large number of SDD products in very remote areas. Luc has highlighted that the main challenge for B Medical Systems is not related to supply of quality cold chain solutions in remote areas, due to the reliable network of 120 partners across the world. However the challenge lies in improving relations with GAVI, CHAI, PATH and UNICEF to eliminate the administrative hurdles which can delay projects and result in unnecessary casualties among the children. The other challenge is to further develop sustainable solutions which offer 10 years of efficient service to its users. Global Disaster Relief Summit gathered over 300 senior decision-makers from UN and government agencies, Red Cross, NGOs, military, donors, foundations, research institutes and the private sector actors involved with delivering aid relief and resilience programmes with an aim to address challenges related to enabling quicker and better response during crisis and catastrophes. The 70+ expert speaker panel shared valuable insights, lead thought provoking discussions and lively exchange of views on a range of vital topics including emergency procurement strategy, data & ICT, humanitarian logistics, disaster response management, health resilience, emergency health & WASH and financing of disaster relief. As an organisation, the Aid & International Development Forum (AIDF) strives to be a catalyst of cross-sector collaboration and innovation by bringing together all stakeholders from government, UN agencies, intergovernmental agencies, NGOs and the private sector at the various AIDF Summits. For more information please contact: Alina O’Keeffe, Marketing Manager, T: +44 (0)20 7871 0123 ext. 232 E: aokeeffe@aidforum.org @FollowAIDF @AlinaAIDF For more information about the Global Disaster Relief Summit 2016, please visit: http://disaster-relief.aidforum.org Post event report and materials http://disaster-relief.aidforum.org/why-attend/highlights_2016 Event photos https://goo.gl/photos/G6k8GgSA8TAJLY8P8
  05 Oct 2016   6m48s 2 130 0