The Dubai International Humanitarian Aid & Development Conference & Exhibition – DIHAD – 2015
The event will take place from the 24 – 26th March 2015 at the c. DIHAD was launched in 2004 as the Middle East’s first ever humanitarian aid and development event, thereby creating a regional platform for the exchange of humanitarian ideas and values. Over the years, DIHAD has grown into one of the largest humanitarian events as it brings together humanitarian influencers and key decision makers from leading international organizations, NGOs, Governmental emergency management bodies and Charities.
DIHAD aims to further evolve into a truly global event with a distinct yet appropriately-sized regional character. In keeping with Dubai’s strategic location between ‘East’ and ‘West’, its energetic entrepreneurial climate and diverse international character, DIHAD strives to provide a platform where assistance providers can interface with relevant actors from the corporate and governmental sectors with a view to creating meaningful synergies in support of those in need. DIHAD is an important event that helps to reconnect with our clients
The overall aim is pursued through three main tracks:
- The transfer and sharing of knowledge through presentations
- Debate and dialogue
- The showcasing of new trends in operational support and supply services related to the assistance domain; and networking among local, regional and global players.
DIHAD is building on its emerging tradition, reputation and unique ‘one and only’ position within the region. The main elements of DIHAD are the conference, the exhibition and the interactive training sessions. These components are all part of an integrated concept that takes account of the latest trends and developments with the global assistance domain. Each year DIHAD thus carries a new title which underscores the event’s specific focus and direction.
The Event hosts a variety of tracks like the Exhibition, the Conference and Workshops. It creates a forum for people of the humanitarian sector to interact, foster partnership, seek donors, share knowledge, gain information on the latest trends, know success stories of other humanitarian organizations, to know about new and effective products/ services launched in the market that would be beneficial for day to day activities.