On behalf of the Aid & International Development Forum (AIDF), we would like to invite you to the upcoming AIDF Asia Summit on 21-22 June 2016 at the United Nations Conference Centre in Bangkok, Thailand.
The Summit agenda will focus on enabling quicker and better disaster response, ensuring more effective aid delivery and community engagement, improving humanitarian operations and logistics, as well as innovations for regional health and WASH programmes.
Showcase your game-changing innovationsand network with 250+ senior representatives from regional governments in South East Asia, UN and intergovernmental organizations, investors, academic and technical institutions, the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement and Non-Government Organisations, community leaders and media.
If you would like to join and take part in the event, please register here.
Among the confirmed speakers at AIDF Asia Summit 2016 are:
- Jonathan Wong, Science, Tech & Innovation Adviser, United Nations
- Steve Rynecki, Economic Growth Officer,Regional Innovation Advisorfor Asia, USAID
- Nick O’Regan, Director, Jerusalem Office; Head of Project Management and Infrastructure Centre of Excellence, UNOPS
- Dr Nyunt Naing Thein, Chief of Party, Thailand, International Rescue Committee
- Sammy Njoe, Regional Chief of ICT, East Asia & Pacific Regional Office, UNICEF
- Josh Woodard, Regional ICT & Digital Finance Advisor, FHI 360
- Greg Duly, Regional Director, South-East & East Asia, Save the Children
- Sreenivas Narayanan, Group Managing Director, Asian NGO / Asia Society for Social Improvement & Sustainable Transformation (ASSIST)
- Brian Kelly, Regional Advisor for Asia and the Pacific, Emergency and Post-Crisis Unit, International Organization for Migration (IOM)
- Adesh Tripathee, Disaster Risk Reduction and Mitigation Specialist in Asia-Pacific, Habitat for Humanity International
- Sebastien Latouille, Delegate for Asia-Pacific, Telecoms Sans Frontieres
- Anna Hrybyk, Program Manager, Catholic Relief Services
- Anna Law, Programme and Policy Officer, UN World Food Programme
For an up-to-date speaker panel, please visit http://asia.aidforum.org/speakers
In order to ensure meaningful discussions and valuable networking opportunities, space is strictly limited.
The AIDF team is looking forward to welcoming you to the AIDF Asia Summit in Bangkok in June 2016!