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    3rd annual

    Aid & Development Asia Summit

    14-15 June 2017
    Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar (Burma)

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    Aid & Development Asia Summit

    Join 250+ senior
    decision-makers

    from regional governments, UN agencies,
    international and regional NGOs, investors,
    donors and the private sector

    from regional governments,
    UN agencies,
    NGOs, donors and the private sector
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    Discuss challenges and opportunities in

    Improving aid delivery and health resilience
    in Asia through knowledge exchange,
    collaboration and technological innovations

    14-15 June 2017

+250

high-profile attendees

+45

expert speakers

+40

sponsors & partners

3rd annual

Aid & Development Asia Summit

The Objective

The 3rd annual Aid & Development Asia Summit will take place on 14-15 June 2017 at the Myanmar International Convention Centre (MICC2) in Nay Pyi Taw, the capital city of Myanmar. 

Gathering over 250 senior representatives and advisors from regional governments, UN agencies, international and regional NGOs, development banks, donors, military, research institutes and the private sector, the Summit looks at how technological innovations and best practice can improve aid delivery and development strategy in Asia, with a particular focus on Myanmar. 

The Aid & Development Asia Summit 2017 is an exclusive platform uniting regional and global expertise, offering an unparalleled opportunity for knowledge exchange, cross-sector engagement and collaboration. 

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Why Myanmar?

Following the success of previous summits on innovations and partnerships in humanitarian aid and development in South East Asia held at the UN Conference Centre in Bangkok, the AIDF audience has stated interest in moving the event to Myanmar in 2017. 

Myanmar is the largest country in mainland Southeast Asia and is undergoing a profound transformation, emerging from more than 50 years of military rule, centralized control, and internal conflict. Multilateral and bilateral development agencies, UN and international NGOs are increasingly active in Myanmar, working in humanitarian response and longer-term development in a multitude of sectors, including the environment, health, education, livelihoods, advocacy, and civil society capacity building. McKinsey forecasts that the economy could more than quadruple to reach $200bn by 2030. 

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Why Attend?

  • Compare your approaches with peers and build long lasting partnerships and alliances with UN and government agencies, NGOs, donors, and the private sector

  • Hear latest policy and project updates and influence the debate on improving humanitarian aid operations and infrastructure resilience – especially in Myanmar

  • Exchange best practice and discover innovations in health & WASH, agriculture and infrastructure resilience, humanitarian logistics, use of (mobile) technology for development programmes

  • Gain first hand insights from development banks, donors and government agencies on their financing priorities and funding guidelines

  • Discover new business opportunities and benefit from formal and informal networking with a balanced audience of 1/3 policy makers & investors, 1/3 implementers and 1/3 private sector companies 

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