- Name of event: 9th annual Global Disaster Relief & Development Summit
- Dates: 6-7 September 2017
- Location: Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Centre, Washington D.C., USA.
- Event website: global.aidforum.org
- Organising body: Aid and International Development Forum (AIDF)
- Discount for GNDR members: 10% using a discount code before online registration (contact the Secretariat for the discount code if you intend to register)
About the Global Disaster Relief & Development Summit
Now in its 9th year, the AIDF Global Disaster Relief Summit returns to Washington D.C. on 6-7 September 2017, once again uniting humanitarian and development leaders, solution providers and decision makers from NGOs, government and UN agencies.
Taking place at the Ronald Reagan Building & International Trade Centre, the Summit will provide an update on emergency procurement, disaster resilience, refugee crisis, data & ICT strategy, innovations in humanitarian logistics, health & WASH and much more.
As the new name suggests, the Global Disaster Relief & Development Summit will expand its scope beyond disaster relief operations and will look into emerging global challenges, technological innovations and opportunities in international aid and development sector.
Reasons to participate
- Gain practical advice from over 70 speakers on how to improve efficiency and effectiveness of disaster response and deliver global programmes aimed at meeting the sustainable development agenda
- Benchmark your approaches with 350+ decision makers from government agencies, United Nations, Red Cross, NGOs, donors and foundations, military, relief agencies and the private sector and explore opportunities for collaboration
- Discover innovations, new trends and solutions that will help implement technically sound international humanitarian and development assistance
- Participate in 8 hours of networking offering an unparalleled opportunity for knowledge exchange, cross-sector engagement and building long lasting partnerships
- For more information or to register, visit global.aidforum.org