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Posted: 20-2-2008
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Aid & Trade
London
United Kingdom
 

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Aid & Trade aims to be the leading international platform for communication, coordination and partnership between aid agencies, UN organisations, business and government – to encourage more effective humanitarian aid response and relief leading towards sustained development on a global scale.

How we do this
By bringing together the key stakeholders in the humanitarian relief, aid and development sectors to share knowledge, expertise and understanding while driving investment towards the suppliers of fundamental and innovative goods and services.

The International Aid + Trade Event - the leading international exhibition and conference on aid, humanitarian relief and development. Held in Geneva, Switzerland, the event consists of workshops, panel discussions and learning sessions covering a host of humanitarian issues and involving key speakers; networking opportunities, an international exhibition, UN, NGO and country pavilions, interactive display and demonstration areas;

The International Aid + Trade Review - the only independent global, annual reference resource in the sector. The Review is an annual publication which includes editorial from pre-eminent experts in the fields of disaster response and relief, peace and conflict, Education, Health and Medical Aid, Water and Sanitation and tools for development among other issues.

The Directories of suppliers and providers of humanitarian relief – providing a database of contact details and information for suppliers and organisations across the sector.

Monthly e-bulletin distributing industry Aid and Trade news and information on to a worldwide audience.

For more information on any aspect of International Aid + Trade please contact us

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Will-Africa-make-the-Millennium-Development-Goals.pdf (551,7 Kb)