AIDF Africa Summit is going to be organised at Safari Park Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya from 27 Feb 2018 to 28 Feb 2018. This expo is going to be a 2 day event. This event forays into categories like Logistics & Transportation.Gathering the senior representatives and advisers from UN agencies, international and regional NGOs, regional governments, research institutes and private sector and investors and donors, the AIDF Africa Summit looks at how technological innovations and the best practice will enable aid delivery and the development strategy in the east Africa. The agenda has been developed in the consultation with the key organizations includes WFP, IRFC, USAID, World Vision, UNICEF, Save the Children, World Bank, UN Habitat, CRS, FHI360, Oxfam, Habitat for the Humanity International, IRD and can include case studies, panel discussions, interactive round table sessions, and workshops.
The AIDF Africa Summit helps to hear the latest trends in the humanitarian logistics, innovations in health and WASH, security of the aid workers and the communities, camp management, mobile for the development and financing. This will also showcase to discover new innovations and practical solutions from the peers and leading solution providers involved in the humanitarian aid and the development in the Sub-Saharan East Africa as well as to build the long lasting partnership and powerful through structured networking chances, influence regional development, exchange ideas and the humanitarian goals.
Aid and development Africa summit will benefit directors of the programs, operations, logistics, supplier management, partner management, procurement, information technology, communications, shelter, health, innovation, WASH, field operations, fleet or transport, security and safety, financing, payments infrastructure or livelihoods, HR, training, and partnerships. This is the exclusive platform of regional expertise and global expertise will provide unique opportunity for the cross sector engagement between UN and government agencies, civil societies, development banks, and private sector.