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Influence the debate on global disaster relief and resilience 

The AIDF Global Disaster Relief Summit returns to the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center, Washington D.C. on 7-8 September 2016. With less than two weeks left, don't miss your unique opportunity to network with 350+ peers and discuss the most pertinent questions around emergency response and resilience.

Reasons to participate at the Global Disaster Relief Summit 2016:

  • Influence the debate on global disaster relief and resilience and gain practical advice from over 70 speakers on how to improve disaster response globally by discussing lessons learned
  • Benchmark your approaches with senior 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 new initiatives, trends and new effective products and services that will help you to implement technically sound international humanitarian assistance
  • Participate in 8 hours of networking to establish new partnerships and foster existing relationships

The Global Disaster Relief Summit agenda offers updates on emergency procurement strategy, innovations in data management and communication technology, best practice in humanitarian logistics, lessons learned from recent disasters, global initiatives in health resilience, good practice in emergency health & WASH, innovations in cash-based programmes, and financing of disaster relief projects. See detailed agenda

Time is running out to secure your place. Register now and ensure participation at this practice focused event for humanitarian leaders involved in all aspects of disaster relief operations across the USA and worldwide. 

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