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WELCOME … to AIDF Washington DC once again!

This is the first time we have held two events in one year. The launch of AIDF Asia Pacific in Bangkok this January was a great success with over 1,000 participants from around the world and we look forward to continuing our work there. Oliver Lacey-Hall, Head, UN Regional Office for Asia and Pacific, Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), spoke of the need for public private partnerships; “My own desire is that we don’t see this conference as simply another annual event, but rather as the beginning of a potential process by which we are able to broaden and deepen the somewhat hesitant dialogue between aid workers and organizations and our colleagues working in the private sector”. This theme of public private partnerships has always been at the core of AIDF’s purpose and this, the flagship event in Washington DC will continue to facilitate open dialogue between the public, private and intergovernmental sectors. There are changes and developments afoot in the delivery of both aid and development and it is essential that we are aware of them if we are to increase effectiveness across the sector. USAID, among other donor agencies is looking to change the way aid is funded, delivered and managed. The session “USAID: a new outlook” will explain this in more details. Over the course of the next two days, we will also be looking at goals and targets beyond the MDGs alongside the centrality of female empowerment and gender parity. Further discussions look at ways to transcend dependency in communities following a disaster by focusing overseas development assistance on empowerment, job creation and more productive purchasing. The agenda features sessions presented by UN World Food Programme and Internews. Sessions will also be brought to you by Guava Landrover and Esri; DSM Nutrition, Partnerships Sponsor is hosting day one of the conference, Clements, Technology and Resilience Sponsor will host day two, Losberger, our Community and Empowerment Sponsor are hosting the Workshop Area on both days and Humless are hosting the Interactive Zone. All three are set up to encourage audience participation and networking opportunities. Your active engagement is key. We look forward to sharing a drink with you at Tuesday evening’s cocktail reception, and encourage you to take a really close look at the stands and products available here before you vote for your favourite stand and the most innovative product. Wishing you a successful event,

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CONTENTS & CREDITS

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Sponsors & Partners

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Welcome

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Agenda

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Sessions In Detail

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Exhibitor ProďŹ les

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AGENDA Monday 20th May, Pre event Workshop Fleet Forum Safety Management Training Session. Washington Convention Centre, Meeting room 156

CONFERENCE AREA Sponsored by:

Tuesday 21st May 2013 FOCUS STREAM: Partnerships 08:30 - 09:00 09:00 - 09:40

09:45 - 11:00

11:00 - 11:30 11:30 - 13:00

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14:30 - 16:00

16:00 - 16:30 16:30 - 18:00

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Meet AIDF team for introduction to Exhibitors Opening Session and Key Note Address from

Aid in an Age of Austerity 09:45 - 11:00

Meet AIDF team for introduction to Exhibitors 11:00 Public-Private Partnerships - Action Beyond Rhetoric 11:30 - 13:00

Lunch & Meet the Exhibitors 13:00 - 14:30

Developmental Challenges Post-2015: Empowering women and local communities 14:30 - 16:00

Meet AIDF team for introduction to Exhibitors 16:00 Climate Change Mitigation 16:30 - 18:00

Ford Cocktail Networking Reception L Street Bridge


AGENDA

WORKSHOP ROUNDTABLE AREA

INTERACTIVE ZONE

Sponsored by:

Sponsored by:

FOCUS STREAM: Global Community

FOCUS STREAM: Practical Solutions

Meet AIDF team for introduction to Exhibitors

Meet AIDF team for introduction to Exhibitors

Rosa Malango, Chief, External Relations and Partnerships, United Nations (OCHA), at the Conference Area 09:00 - 09.40 Meet AIDF team for introduction to Exhibitors 09:45

Logistics Management 09:45 - 11:00

Post-Disaster Coordination - Shelter, Water & Sanitation 11:00 - 13:00

Meet AIDF team for introduction to Exhibitors 11:00 Pitch Tank 11:30 - 13:00

Lunch & Meet the Exhibitors 13:00 - 14:30

Crash Impact: An Interactive Road Safety Game 13:15 - 14:15

Development Coordination - Health, Maternal Health, Infant Mortality and Education 14:30-16:30

Innovation in Disaster Situations (Interactive Session) 14:30 - 16:15

Peace and Stability - Countries in Transition 16:30 - 18:00

Pitch Tank 16:30 - 18:00

Ford Cocktail Networking Reception L Street Bridge

Ford Cocktail Networking Reception L Street Bridge

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AGENDA

Wednesday 22nd May 2013

CONFERENCE AREA Sponsored by:

FOCUS STREAM: Technology and Resilience 08:30 - 09:00

Meet AIDF team for introduction to Exhibitors Opening Session: Beyond the Millennium Development Goals:

09:45 - 11:00

11:00 - 11:30

11:30 - 12:45

13:00 - 14:00

14:00 - 15:15

Technology in Crisis Response: ICT and Telecommunications 09:45 - 11:00

Meet AIDF team for introduction to Exhibitors 11:00 Sustainable Transport (Presented by Guava Landrover) 11:30 - 12:45

The World Bank’s e-institute for Development: Learning at Scale through Technology 13:00-13:30 Technology and Mapping: the Power of Geographic Analysis (Presented by Esri) 14:00 - 15:15

15:15 - 15:30

Meet AIDF team for introduction to Exhibitors 15:15

15:30 - 17:00

The Role of Social Media in Development (Presented by Internews) 15:30 - 17:00

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Show Close - 17:30


AGENDA

WORKSHOP ROUNDTABLE AREA

INTERACTIVE ZONE

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FOCUS STREAM: Empowerment

FOCUS STREAM: Strategic Alliances

Meet AIDF team for introduction to Exhibitors

Meet AIDF team for introduction to Exhibitors

Empowering Today’s Workforce As a Driver in Humanitarian Relief, at the Conference Area 09:00 - 09.40 Meet AIDF team for introduction to Exhibitors 09:45

Building Effective Purchasing Partnerships 09:45 - 11:00

Food Security Linking Agriculture, Nutrition and Gender 11:00 - 13:00

Meet AIDF team for introduction to Exhibitors 11:00 Working with the UN (Q&A) 11:30 - 12:45

Lunch & Meet the Exhibitors 13:00 - 14:00

Lunch & Meet the Exhibitors 13:00 - 14:00

Transcending Dependency: New Approaches to Aid 14:00-15:30

Pitch Tank 14:00 - 15:15

Meet AIDF team for introduction to Exhibitors 15:30

USAID: A New Outlook (Q&A) 15:30 - 17:00

Show Close - 17:30

AIDF 2013 Best Stand and Most Innovative Product Prize Giving - 17:00-17:15 Show Close - 17:30

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MERIDITH KOHUT/INTERNEWS

COMMUNICATION IS AID People affected by unfolding crises need more than physical necessities. They also have an urgent need for information. Information saves lives and reduces suffering. Effective two-way communication with aid providers enables people in the midst of a disaster to take an active role in their own survival and recovery, and improves the effectiveness and accountability of humanitarian organizations.

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Opening Session and Key Note Address Tuesday 21st May 09:00 – 09:40 Rosa Malango, Chief, External Relations and Partnerships, United Nations (OCHA)

FOCUS STREAM: Partnerships Tuesday 21st May, 2013

Aid in an Age of Austerity 09:45 - 11:00 With the effects of the global financial crisis still being felt, austerity has become a word increasingly associated with international efforts to support development. As aid agencies and states cut financing for development and humanitarian relief, and with a heightened focus on delivering more with less, how can the international community adapt to the new financial environment and continue to support development? Moderator: Rosa Malango, Chief, External Relations and Partnerships, United Nations (OCHA) Angharad Laing, Executive Director, Professionals in Humanitarian Assistance and Protection (PHAP) Secretariat Aldo Caliari, Director, Rethinking Bretton Woods Project, Center of Concern William D. Savedoff, Senior Fellow, Center for Global Development Dr Christine Sow, Vice President International Programmes, Plan International USA John Norris, Executive Director of the Sustainable Security and Peacebuilding Initiative, Center for American Progress

Public-Private Partnerships – Action Beyond Rhetoric 11:30 -13:00 Public-private partnerships have long been cited as an effective way of achieving development objectives, harnessing the expertise of different sectors to build supportive, strategic alliances. Despite the potential of public-private partnerships, organizations need to improve how they identify, implement and manage partnership mechanisms: this session will assess how to harness the opportunities presented by public-private partnerships better. Moderator: Ben Barber, Freelance Journalist Daniel Hincapie, Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) Sergio Pombo, Investment Officer, International Finance Corporation (IFC) Jason Bauer, Director, Division of Finance, investment and Trade, Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC)

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Samuel Bendett, Research Associate, STAR-TIDES Adam Marlatt, President, Global DIRT, Disaster Immediate Response Team David Rosenberg, Sustainability at Ecom Agroindustrial, ECOM

Developmental Challenges Post-2015: Empowering Women and Local Communities 14:30 -16:00 The MDGs have guided development policy and strategy since their establishment in 2000: as the 2015 deadline approaches, how should development goals be redefined to account for progress made and new challenges emerging? Many argue that a more concrete framework must be established around gender issues, to build on the increasing recognition that female empowerment is crucial to development. This session will address how a post-MDG framework should be constructed, and to what extent empowerment of women should be used as its basis. Moderator: Dr. Ann Goodman, Founder, r2:risk & resilience Richard Morgan, Senior Advisor (Post-2015 Agenda), UNICEF Julia Wartenberg, Director, Global Women’s Project, Center of Concern Meenakshi Menon, Executive Director, Global Health Through Education, Training and Service (GHETS) Manish Bapna, Executive Vice President and Managing Director, World Resources Institute Papa A. Seck, Statistics and Data Specialist, UN Women

Climate Change Mitigation 16:30 - 18:00 While the effects of climate change are being felt worldwide, it is in the most vulnerable developing states that the most significant impacts will be felt. Mitigating against the effects of climate change requires unparalleled levels of cooperation across different sectors and different types of organizations: this session will examine how best to address climate change and its effects on the region. Moderator: Ben Barber Alexander Ochs, Director of Climate and Energy, The Worldwatch Institute Michele de Nevers, Senior Program Associate, Center for Global Development David Nicholson, Director, Environment, Energy and Climate Change, Mercy Corps Therese Ballard, Director of Sustainable Procurement Practice Group, UNOPS Hilary French, Programme Officer, UNEP Regional Office for North America

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FOCUS STREAM: Global Community Tuesday 21st May, 2013

Post-Disaster Coordination – Shelter, Water & Sanitation 11:00 - 13:00 In the aftermath of disaster, it is essential to coordinate emergency shelter solutions with a framework for clean water and sanitation, given the inextricable links between these two areas of development and their considerable ability to impact on the health and living conditions of the most vulnerable. This session will examine different forms of coordinated shelter, water & sanitation responses according to different situations, how organizations can best work together to support and inform one another in responding to disasters, and the challenges of integrating the needs of these sectors for a comprehensive reconstruction strategy to be developed. Opening session: Frank Merks, Product manager, Stability Operations, Humanitarian and Disaster Response, Emergency management, Losberger Moderator: Steve Hansch, Fellow, Institute for the Study of International Migration, Georgetown University, Associate Faculty Member, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health Barry Kroon, Managing Director, USA International Procurement Agency, Inc. Martin Keitsch, FPM-H/Civil Protection, Humanitarian Aid and Disaster Relief Systems, Kärcher Futuretech GmbH Adam Marlatt, President, Global DIRT

Development Coordination – Health, Maternal Health, Infant Mortality and Education 14:30 - 16:30 The links between levels of health and education are undeniable - poor health limits the ability of children to learn, while improved standards of education provide key information and practical insights into how individuals can become healthier. Integration and cooperation between organizations working in these sectors will strengthen the capacity of each to improve individuals’ lives and foster development and, within the wider area of health, issues concerning maternal health and infant mortality are still major inhibitors to development, in spite of progress being made. This session will assess how best to link strategies to alleviate poor health and education, for broader progress in development. Dr. Michelle Inkley, Associate Director, Division of Education, Health and Community Development, Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) Theresa Shaver, President, White Ribbon Alliance for Safe Motherhood John Borrazzo, Chief, Maternal and Child Health Division, Bureau for Global Health, USAID Dr Christine Sow, Vice President International Programmes, Plan International USA Radwan Chowdhury, Founder and CEO, UDiON Foundation Matilde Pinto, Senior Advisor, Health Economics and Planning, Area of Family and Community Health,Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) Blanka Homolova, Director for HIV-AIDS, World Learning

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Peace and Stability - Countries in Transition 16:30 - 18:00 Conflict and violence inhibit development, while peace and stability encourage it; nine out of the ten poorest countries are affected by conflict. This session will examine how organizations can help to support the transition to peace in fragile states, to foster broader development. Moderator: Amaury Cooper, Deputy Director of Risk Management & Global Security, International Relief & Development, (INSSA) Michael Moore, Writer and Manager, Landmines in Africa Robert D Lamb, Director and Senior Fellow, Program on Crisis, Conflict, and Cooperation, Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Patrick Merloe, Senior Associate and Director of Electoral Programs, United States Institute of Peace Sharon Morris, Director of the Conflict Management Group, Mercy Corps Chetan Kumar, Team Leader, Conflict Prevention Group, UNDP Bureau for Crisis Prevention and Recovery Paul Hughes, Senior Adviser for International Security and Peacebuilding, United States Institute of Peace

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INTERACTIVE ZONE

FOCUS STREAM: Practical Solutions Tuesday 21st May, 2013

Logistics Management 09:45 - 11:00 Moderator: Steve Hansch, Fellow, Institute for the Study of International Migration, Georgetown University, Associate Faculty Member, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health John Abood, Team Leader, Contracting Officer, USAID Travis Cook, Senior Account Manager, American River International, Ltd. Smita Malik, Assistant Vice President, Clements

Pitch Tank 11:30 - 13:00 The Pitch Tank sessions offer an opportunity for companies to pitch their product to a panel of procurement and logistics professionals from NGO and government agencies. The panel will provide invaluable feedback and insights on how best to approach and develop working relationships with their organizations and the sector as a whole. These sessions are based on the format of Dragons Den (in the UK) and Shark Tank (in the USA). Panellists: Moderator: Tim Beans, International Relief and Development Bram Dingemans, Procurement Specialist, International Procurement Agency Todd Horne, Disaster Logistics Officer, USAID Jim Lanning, Director of Acquisitions, International Relief and Development John Abood, Team Leader, Contracting Officer, USAID Presenting Companies: Achim Kopmeier, Myriado Cleantech Henrik Wollesen, Danoffice IT Doug Craig, DLS Marc Ward, International Water Company Jo Haynes, Little Beaver Stu Krupnick, Director of Product Management, Sonoco ThermoSafe Steven J. Smith, Executive Director, Airlink

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Innovation in Disaster Situations (Interactive Session) 14:30 - 16:15 Leading Session: David Becker, Director, STAR-TIDES Divyesh Thakkar, International Partner, Sunlite (India Impex) Thuraya Telecommunications Company Grant Gibbs, Project Manager, Hippo Roller Martin Keitsch, FPM-H/Civil Protection, Humanitarian Aid and Disaster Relief Systems, Kärcher Futuretech GmbH Adam Marlatt, President, Global DIRT, Disaster Immediate Response Team (GATR) Advizing IT

Pitch Tank 16:30 - 18:00 The Pitch Tank sessions offer an opportunity for companies to pitch their product to a panel of procurement and logistics professionals from NGO and government agencies. The panel will provide invaluable feedback and insights on how best to approach and develop working relationships with their organizations and the sector as a whole. These sessions are based on the format of Dragons Den (in the UK) and Shark Tank (in the USA). Panellists: Moderator: John Abood, Team Leader, Contracting Officer, USAID Bob Wilson, Global Procurement Manager, World Vision International Todd Horne, Disaster Logistics Officer, USAID Jim Lanning, Director of Acquisitions, International Relief and Development Eric Miller, US International Procurement Agency (IPA) Therese Ballard, Director, Sustainable Procurement Practice Group, UNOPS Presenting Companies: Martin Keitsch, FPM-H/Civil Protection, Humanitarian Aid and Disaster Relief Systems, Kärcher Futuretech GmbH Maria K. Vangen Jordet, Polynor AS Jeanne Stapleton, MinXray John Bucar, Product Specialist ETC USA Bob Lucciotti, Sales and Marketing ETC USA Steve April, Parker Hannifin Ken Lester Senior, MRE Star Steven J. Smith, Executive Director, Airlink

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Opening Session and Key Note Address Wednesday 22nd May Beyond the Millennium Development Goals: Empowering Today’s Workforce As a Driver in Humanitarian Relief 09:00 – 09:40 Governor Scott McCallum, President & CEO, Aidmatrix Dr. Lori Foster Thompson, Professor of Psychology, North Carolina State University

FOCUS STREAM: Technology and Resilience Wednesday 22nd May, 2013 Technology in Crisis Response: ICT and Telecommunications 09:45 - 11:00 The challenges facing humanitarian operations today are numerous and immense, from access and preparedness to capacity and funding. In this network age, information and communications technology (ICT) plays an increasingly critical role, however this area of response too is hampered by these issues. What can the humanitarian ICT community do to achieve more with less? How can they utilise the valuable technology they have on hand to be more efficient in what they do? How can they collaborate better with each other, to help save more lives? In this session, technology experts from humanitarian, private and government organizations will address these challenge areas in a live discussion with actual examples from current operations. There will be no individual presentations, no rehearsed speeches; just real discussion, about real issues with the intention of achieving real results. Moderator: Martin Kristensson, IT Emergency Coordinator, UN World Food Programme Keith Robertory, Disaster Services Technology Manager, American Red Cross Isaac Kwamy, Associate Director, Humanitarian Information & Communication Technology, World Vision International Paul Margie, US Representative, Télécoms sans Frontières David Hartshorn, Secretary General, Global VSAT Forum

Sustainable Transport 11:30 - 12:45 This session will look at making transport more sustainable from an environmental perspective and also from the point of view of building local capacity. Led by Guava International, the only authorised supplier of Land Rover vehicles to the international aid and development sector, it will outline their project Climate Care, and discuss how they deliver sustainable transport solutions modified vehicles - ambulances and armoured vehicles through a global network of dealers. John Abood from USAID will look at using local entities to fulfil local needs - the software, as well as the hardware of transport to move commodities. Presented by Land Rover Moderator: Ben Barber Yohannes Abebe, Director, Infrastructure, Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) John Abood, Team Leader, Contracting Officer, USAID Clive Massey, Contracts Manager Jaguar Land Rover Moderated Vehicles, RMA

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The World Bank’s e-institute for Development: Learning at Scale through Technology 13:00-13:30 The World Bank Institute has set up the e-Institute as a platform to turn World Bank knowledge into practical, pedagogically appropriate e-learning courses that are accessible, timely and relevant to development practitioners around the world. While lack of capacity remains a key constraint to reducing poverty and promoting prosperity, today’s technology allows us to start bridging this gap. Sheila Jagannathan, Senior Learning Specialist and Program Manager, e-Institute, World Bank Institute (WBI)

Technology and Mapping: the Power of Geographic Analysis 14:00 - 15:15 Geospatial analysis has been used in international development – from food security monitoring to humanitarian response to logistics – for decades. Technology advances, including mobile devices and cloud computing, provide organizations with powerful tools to understand social, environmental, and economic phenomena. Open data efforts make this information readily available via web maps. Presented by ESRI Moderator: Carmelle J. Terborgh, PhD, Team Lead and Account Manager - Federal/Global Affairs, Esri Rajan Trivedi, Special Assistant to the Vice President for Administration and Finance, Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) Douglas Batson, Human Geographer, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency InterAction’s NGO Aid Map Stephen Davenport, Senior Director, Business Development, Innovation, and Partnerships at Development Gateway

The Role of Social Media in Development 15:30 - 17:00 Social media channels have become increasingly powerful instruments for development, whether by monitoring a crisis as it unfolds or by using crowd sourcing to allow for better relief efforts. How can donor agencies best use the opportunities presented by these advances in social media to improve aid effectiveness, and how can social media be better integrated in broader disaster preparedness and crisis response initiatives? Session to be led by Internews Moderator: Wayan Vota, Communications Manager, Development Gateway Imogen Wall, Coordinator, Communication with Affected Populations, UN OCHA Mark Frohardt, Director, Center for Innovation & Research and Senior Humanitarian Advisor, Internews Gloria Huang, Senior Social Engagement Specialist, American Red Cross Jacob D. Kurtzer, Acting Head of Public and Congressional Affairs, International Committee of the Red Cross

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FOCUS STREAM: Empowerment Wednesday 22nd May, 2013

Food Security – Linking Agriculture, Nutrition and Gender 11:00 - 13:00 While great improvements in agriculture have been made in recent years, more still needs to be achieved, with one in six of the world’s population still going hungry. Leveraging agriculture for nutrition and combining efforts and expertise in developmental programs presents a great opportunity for progress. Equally, achieving gender equality has been identified as key in improving nutrition, agricultural productivity and food security. Dr. Nandini Gunewardena, Gender and Rural Development Officer, Gender, Equity and Rural Employment Division, UN Food and Agriculture Organization (UN FAO) Lindsey Jones, Global Gender Advisor, ACDI/VOCA Kristen Penn, Senior Director, Agriculture, Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) Bronwyn Irwin, Senior Technical Director, Enterprise Development Programming, ACDI/VOCA Mike Picchietti, Aquaculture Manager, Operation Blessing Asma Lateef, Director, Bread for the World Institute

Transcending Dependency: New Approaches to Aid 14:00 - 15:30 It is increasingly recognized that aid not based on dependency, through dialogue, support and partnership between donors and recipients, is better aid. This session will examine the shift to empowerment of recipient states to lead their own development, and will assess how different organizations can support better and more effective approaches to developmental assistance. Moderator: Governor Scott McCallum, President & CEO, Aidmatrix Sarah Lucas, Senior Policy Advisor, Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) William Sparks, Vice-President, Research & Development Unit, ACDI/VOCA Robert D Lamb, Director and Senior Fellow, Program on Crisis, Conflict, and Cooperation, Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Dan Irvine, Operations Director, Health Department, World Vision Lindsay Coates, Executive Vice President, InterAction

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FOCUS STREAM: Strategic Alliances Wednesday 22nd May, 2013 Building Effective Purchasing Partnerships 09:45 - 11:00 For purchasing to work more effectively, we need to get past procurement and reduce the redundant processes in the supply chain. Matthew Bader will explain how and why companies should look beyond the simple buyer-seller relationship and build solid knowledge of the aims and objectives of their clients. If they can then tailor their pitch and understanding to the real needs and values of buyers, aligning their offering with the key mission of these organisations they can build strategic alliances that will not only allow them to increase their sales, but will also to add value to the organisations they work with. Matthew Bader, Procurement Director, Management Sciences for Health Dante Disparte, Director of Partner Solutions, Clements International

Working with the UN (Q&A) 11:30 - 12:45 Every year, companies waste signiďŹ cant time and resource in putting together proposals that do not succeed. Similarly NGO and UN agencies lose time and resource in looking for the right product or service and in sifting through those that are not applicable. This session is designed to increase effectiveness by developing an understanding of how companies can work with organisations like the UN, the World Bank and the Red Cross. How are these organisations structured? Who should a supplier be approaching and how, what is the important information to communicate, and how can you build a lasting, successful relationship? Therese Ballard, Director, Sustainable Procurement Practice Group, UNOPS Melissa Powell, Head, Strategy and Partnerships, UN Global Compact OfďŹ ce

Pitch Tank 14:00 - 15:15 The Pitch Tank sessions offer an opportunity for companies to pitch their product to a panel of procurement and logistics professionals from NGO and government agencies. The panel will provide invaluable feedback and insights on how best to Panellists: Moderator: Matthew Bader, Procurement Director, Management Sciences for Health Bob Wilson, Global Procurement Manager, World Vision International Jim Lanning, Director of Acquisitions, International Relief and Development Eric Miller, US International Procurement Agency (IPA) Therese Ballard, Director, Sustainable Procurement Practice Group, UNOPS

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Presenting Companies: Frank Schooley, Shelter in a Day Andrew Burt, Barrett Communications Maris Jaunakais, Industrial test Systems Rodney Foster, The Aussie Mozzie Tube Jason Griffin, Insect Shield David Burston, Taurus Fabric Build

USAID: A New Outlook (Q&A) 15:30 – 17:00 Several years ago, USAID set the ambitious task of transforming itself as an agency. This largescale reform agenda, USAID Forward, is an effort to strengthen the Agency by embracing new partnerships, investing in the catalytic role of innovation and demanding a relentless focus on results. Taken together, the reforms have formed the foundation of a new model for development; one that can represent the best of American ideals abroad, while advancing the security and prosperity of Americans at home. John Abood, Team Leader, Contracting Officer, USAID

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Rosa Malango Chief of External Relations and Partnerships, United Nations (OCHA) Key Note Address – Tuesday 21 May, 2013 An advocate, change manager and passionate leader with over 18 years of experience in international affairs, Rosa’s UN experience includes OCHA, UNICEF and WFP. Her 18 years of experience in international affairs includes support to four UnderSecretary Generals (USGs) for Humanitarian Affairs, several UN Resident/Humanitarian Coordinators and Special Representatives of the Secretary-General in conflict situations. Rosa is a leader in preventive diplomacy, conflict management and nurturing partnerships. Her assignments enable her to work with Governments and partners in preparing for crisis, managing emergency situations and synchronizing planning for post-conflict phases. Rosa believes in the need to actively pursue partnerships with a wider group of governments, regional organizations and corporations, and has led the development of a legal framework between OCHA and the African Union, currently overseeing relationship management with major organizations, associations and corporations.

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SPEAKER PROFILES

Governor Scott McCallum President & CEO, Aidmatrix Key Note Address – Wednesday 22 May, 2013 Gov. McCallum, former Governor of Wisconsin, has more than 30 years of executive experience leading organizations in the private, non-profit, and government sectors, and is the author of ‘How Technology is Transforming Disaster Relief’. Gov. McCallum serves as President and CEO of the Aidmatrix Foundation, the leading global nonprofit that uses information technology to connect humanitarian organizations to those in need, to achieve their missions more efficiently.

Dr. Lori Foster Thompson Professor of Psychology, North Carolina State University Key Note Address – Wednesday 22 May, 2013 Dr. Lori Foster Thompson is a Professor of Psychology at North Carolina State University, where she leads the IOTech4D lab devoted to research at the intersection of work, psychology, technology, and global development. Prior to her career in academia, she worked for Personnel Decisions Research Institutes. Lori’s areas of expertise pertain to computer-mediated work behavior and organizational surveys. Her recent efforts focus on how these areas and other aspects of IO psychology can be used to enrich and improve work carried out for, with, and by people living in lower-income settings, for the purpose of addressing the most pressing economic, social, and environmental challenges facing our world today.

Beyond the Millennium Development Goals: Empowering Today’s Workforce As a Driver in Humanitarian Relief Thousands of organizations around the world are working towards reducing poverty and improving social conditions. The key to achieving both goals is empowering the existing workforce so they can achieve economic independence. Through innovative new programs that identify workers’ core occupational aptitudes, educational gaps and local employment opportunities, individuals can find a path to get the suitable skills necessary to gain employment. The keynote speakers are global leaders in industrial psychology, economics, and technology participating in Work-AID: Work Analytics for International Development. They will share how this program, which leverages technology and data combined with individual assessment, can ready the labor market to match the demands of economic development.

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SPEAKER PROFILES Yohannes Abebe Director, Infrastructure, Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) Session: Sustainable Transport Yohannes provides program implementation and oversight support to diverse infrastructure projects. His specific responsibilities include program/project management, technical oversight, quality assurance, risk analysis, project control, during the planning, feasibility studies, design and construction stages of infrastructure projects. Yohannes also is the designated MCC subject matter expert for transportation sector and provides wide range of advice on both policy and technical matters.

John Abood Team Leader, Contracting Officer, USAID Sessions: Logistics Management Sustainable Transport USAID: A New Outlook (Q&A) John sought a career which involves international development and helping individuals achieve a greater level of dignity for themselves and their family. He began his career at USAID, which afforded him the opportunity to assist individuals in the realms of food aid, disaster relief, famine early warning systems, banking, health care and infrastructure development.

Matthew Bader Procurement Director, Management Sciences for Health Session: Building Effective Purchasing Partnerships Matthew links business to social and environmental causes internationally. His work encompasses emerging markets business, responsible sourcing, transport and logistics, humanitarian and corporate project management, sustainability, private/ public sector linkages, campaign organization and management as well as specialized product and service development. He is focused on doing good through good business.

Therese Ballard Director, Sustainable Procurement Practice Group, UNOPS Session: Pitch Tank Therese joined UNOPS in April 2012 after heading the Corporate Procurement Unit at the World Bank. She has extensive experience as a senior manager, adviser and change strategist in the procurement, purchasing and supply chain fields, with over 35 years’ experience in the World Bank, IMF, and the private sector. Therese is a Certified Purchasing Professional (CPP) and holds various professional certifications from Harvard, Oxford and the Wharton Institute.

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SPEAKER PROFILES Manish Bapna Executive Vice President and Managing Director, World Resources Institute Session: Developmental Challenges Post-2015: Empowering Women and Local Communities Manish Bapna is the executive vice president and managing director for the World Resources Institute, where he has helped to launch new work in the areas of sustainable cities, vulnerability and adaptation, and the post-2015 development agenda; and led the expansion of the institute’s international presence to India, China, and Brazil. Previously, Manish served as the executive director of the non-profit Bank Information Center, a senior economist at the World Bank and as a management consultant with McKinsey & Co.

Ben Barber Freelance Journalist Session: Public-Private Partnerships – Action Beyond Rhetoric Ben writes about aid and foreign affairs for the Huffington Post, McClatchy Newspapers, Legion Magazine and the Foreign Service Journal. From 2003-2010 he was senior writer at USAID. From 1980 to 2000 he wrote for the Washington Times, USA TODAY, UPI, LA Times, Christian Science Monitor, etc.

Jason Bauer Director, Division of Finance, investment and Trade, Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) Session: Public-Private Partnerships – Action Beyond Rhetoric Mr. Bauer is responsible for developing and overseeing the implementation of programs to achieve these objectives. Within MCC he coordinates with the country teams in Compact Development, Compact Implementation, Congressional & Public Affairs, and the General Counsel’s office; externally, he manages relationships with private sector organizations and firms.

Douglas Batson Human Geographer, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency Session: Technology and Mapping: the Power of Geographic Analysis Douglas joined the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) as a human geographer in 2004. A German and Turkish linguist, he is also a staff member to the U.S. Board on Geographic Names. He holds a Master of Education from Boston University and is a Human Services-Board Certified Practitioner.

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SPEAKER PROFILES Tim Beans International Relief and Development Session: Pitch Tank As IRD’s Chief of Business Development, Tim Beans oversees all aspects of new business growth strategy development and implementation. His responsibilities include building customer relationships with bilateral and multilateral donors, strengthening business alliances and public/private partnerships, and driving the development and implementation of IRD’s multiyear business plan to achieve long term growth objectives.

David Becker Senior Research Fellow, Center for Technology and National Security Policy Session: Innovation in Disaster Situations (Interactive Session) David Becker works to promote cross-cutting knowledge-sharing between military and civilian organizations and NGOs. Continuing a long-held interest in “contested development” and multi-disciplinary approaches to foreign assistance, he is now working on new tech-based approaches to civil-military integration in difficult environments.

Samuel Bendett Research Associate, STAR-TIDES Session: Public-Private Partnerships – Action Beyond Rhetoric Samuel work focuses on outreach with emergency and response agencies and organizations. Additionally, his work includes facilitation of field testing of humanitarian assistance/emergency response technologies with government and non-government partners. Prior to this, Samuel worked at the US House of Representatives with private and non-profit organizations dealing with conflict resolution, negotiation, security and defence matters.

John Borrazzo Chief, Maternal and Child Health Division, Bureau for Global Health, USAID Session: Development Coordination –Health, Maternal Health, Infant Mortality and Education John Borrazzo is Chief of the Maternal and Child Health Division in the Bureau for Global Health at the U.S. Agency for International Development, which includes responsibilities for maternal, newborn and child health, as well as environmental health. He joined USAID in 1992 on a Science and Diplomacy Fellowship (1992-94) from the American Association for the Advancement of Science, working on toxic substance exposure and air pollution in Eastern Europe, Central Asia, and Egypt.

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SPEAKER PROFILES Aldo Caliari Director, Rethinking Bretton Woods Project, Center of Concern Session: Aid in an Age of Austerity Aldo Caliari is the Director of the Rethinking Bretton Woods Project at the Washington DC-based Center of Concern. He has been staff at the Center of Concern since 2000, where he has focused on global economic governance, debt, international financial architecture, human rights in international economic policy and linkages between trade and finance policy.

Radwan Chowdhury Founder and CEO, UDiON Foundation Session: Development Coordination –Health, Maternal Health, Infant Mortality and Education Radwan is a philanthropist, developer and author, and a recipient of presidential life-time service award. He is “Dedicated to Educate”, believing that “education is the best way to end the cycle of poverty and the exploitation of children” and that “Illiteracy is the birth place of poverty”.

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SPEAKER PROFILES Lindsay Coates Executive Vice President Session: Transcending Dependency: New Approaches to Aid Lindsay Coates is Executive Vice President of InterAction, where she leads public policy and outreach work. She serves on board of the Global Health Council, the steering committee of the World Bank Global Partnership for Social Accountability, and the Obama administration’s Task Force on Global Poverty.

Travis Cook Senior Account Manager, American River International, Ltd. Session: Logistics Management Starting from ground-up, Travis Cook started as an airport runner over 12 years ago and is now currently Senior Account Manager with the American River Logistics Sales and Consulting Teams. In the past ten years, Mr. Cook has been in operations throughout the Satellite Offices, such as Los Angeles, Miami, and New York.

Amaury T. Cooper Director of Risk Management & Global Security, International Relief & Development, International NGO Safety & Security Association (INSSA) Session: Peace and Stability – Countries in Transition Amaury is Secretary of INSSA, a global non-profit committed to improving the safety and security of international humanitarian and development assistance workers. He is also Deputy Director of Risk Management & Global Security at International Relief & Development (IRD), and where he oversees all aspects of security, crisis, and business continuity management for the organization’s international programs.

Stephen Davenport Senior Director, Business Development, Innovation, and Partnerships at Development Gateway Session: Technology and Mapping: the Power of Geographic Analysis Stephen directs the Business Development/Innovation team at Development Gateway, which covers research and innovation, marketing and communications, and external partnerships. In his work for over 10 years in the area of technology, aid management, and information transparency, Stephen has been at the forefront of the latest in cutting edge ICT4D innovations.

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SPEAKER PROFILES Bram Dingemans Procurement Specialist, International Procurement Agency Session: Pitch Tank Bram started his career at a Dutch company in the automotive & heavy duty industry. At IPA Europe, he currently manages projects for international clients (NGOs, donors & private organizations), and is also tasked with managing jointly executed projects and programs between the European and USA Office. Bram has broad (field) experience in procurement & sourcing.

Dante Disparte Director of Partner Solutions, Clements International Session: Building Effective Purchasing Partnerships Dante Disparte is managing director of Partner Solutions with Clements Worldwide. He is responsible for managing and developing the company’s global broker and partner network, in addition to identifying new sales channels, customer segments and markets.

Hilary French Program Officer, UNEP Regional Office for North America Session: Climate Change Mitigation Hilary French is a Program Officer at the United Nations Environment Programme’s Regional Office for North America, where her work focuses on climate change and resource efficiency. She has previously been an advisor to UNEP on a broad range of issues, including civil society engagement, consumption and production, green jobs, and globalization and the environment.

Mark Frohardt Director, Center for Innovation & Research and Senior Humanitarian Advisor, Internews Session: The Role of Social Media in Development Mark Frohardt is Executive Director for the Internews Center for Innovation and Learning. Frohardt has worked for years on the rapid delivery of life-saving information to populations after natural disasters and instability. His focus is the gathering and sharing of expertise on humanitarian media – including the use of information tools such as crisis mapping, crowd-sourcing and mobile technologies – to ensure that local media can communicate better with disaster-affected communities.

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SPEAKER PROFILES Dr. Ann Goodman Founder, r2:risk & resilience Session: Developmental Challenges Post-2015: Empowering Women and Local Communities Dr. Goodman is an internationally recognized expert on business and sustainability, as social entrepreneur and communicator. Founder and principal of r2:risk & resilience, she also co-founded the non-profit Women’s Network for a Sustainable Future (WNSF), serving as executive director for nearly 10 years. Dr. Goodman is a former full-time journalist covering business and sustainability for world-renowned news outlets.

Dr. Nandini Gunewardena, Gender and Rural Development Officer, Gender, Equity and Rural Employment Division, UN Food and Agriculture Organization (UN FAO) Session: Food Security – Linking Agriculture, Nutrition and Gender Nandini Gunewardena is an Economic Anthropologist with two decades of research, academic, and practitioner efforts addressing gender disparities in rural development, agriculture, food and nutrition security issues. Her work includes strengthening the evidence base on gender and social inequities, capacity development, gender analysis of food and nutrition insecurity across sub-sectors affected by climate change.

Steve Hansch Fellow, Institute for the Study of International Migration, Georgetown University, Associate Faculty Member, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health Session: Post-Disaster Coordination – Shelter, Water & Sanitation Logistics Management Steve has worked in and taught about humanitarian aid since the mid-1970s, and has worked with a dozen NGOs, the Red Cross, the World Health Organization, the World Bank and the International Organization for Migration. An epidemiologist by training, he specializes in nutrition, logistics, public health, NGO governance, project design and evaluation.

David Hartshorn Secretary General, Global VSAT Forum Session: Technology in Crisis Response: ICT and Telecommunications David Hartshorn is Secretary General of the Global VSAT Forum (GVF), the London-based non-profit international association of the satellite communications industry. GVF consists of more than 180 members from every major region of the world and from every sector of the industry, including satellite operators, manufacturers, system integrators, and other service providers.

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SPEAKER PROFILES Daniel Hincapie Inter-American Development Bank (IADB) Session: Public-Private Partnerships – Action Beyond Rhetoric Daniel Hincapie is a partnership officer at the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). In this capacity he has developed partnerships with multiple large international NGOs and Fortune 500 companies in multiple sectors. He also coordinates the IDB’s promotion of philanthropy agenda in Latin America and the Caribbean. Daniel is Masters of International Affaris from Columbia University in the city of New York.

Blanka Homolova Director for HIV-AIDS, World Learning Session: Development Coordination –Health, Maternal Health, Infant Mortality and Education Blanka Homolova is the Director of HIV/AIDS Programs at World Learning based in Washington DC. World Learning is an international nongovernmental organization working in more than 60 countries to advance leadership. World Learning’s mission is to empower people and strengthen institutions through education, exchange, and development programs.

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SPEAKER PROFILES Todd Horne Disaster Logistics Officer, USAID Session: Pitch Tank Todd has served as head of the Operations Support Team since October 2011. Prior to leading the Operation Support Team, Todd was the Logistics Team Unit Leader, a position he held since October 2001. In this capacity, Mr. Horne was responsible for coordinating all USAID/OFDA emergency relief transport in response to disasters around the world.

Gloria Huang Senior Social Engagement Specialist, American Red Cross Session: The Role of Social Media in Development Gloria is part of a three person social engagement team at American Red Cross National Headquarters. Since joining the Red Cross in late 2009, she has helped develop the social engagement strategy, using it to improve services, meet business objectives for different organizational units, and enhance reputation online. In the past year, she created the backbone for the Red Cross Digital Operations Center and social engagement training program.

Paul Hughes Senior Adviser for International Security and Peacebuilding, United States Institute of Peace Session: Peace and Stability – Countries in Transition Paul Hughes is the senior advisor for international security and peacebuilding for the United States Institute of Peace. He has served in several positions, including as the executive director for both the Quadrennial Defense Review Independent Panel and the Congressional Commission on the Strategic Posture of the United States. He also served as the Institute’s director of Iraq programs.

Dr. Michelle Inkley Associate Director, Division of Education, Health and Community Development, Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) Session: Development Coordination –Health, Maternal Health, Infant Mortality and Education Dr. Michelle Inkley is Associate Director for Education, Health and Community Development at the Millennium Challenge Corporation. Her responsibilities include providing project leadership and technical oversight for a portfolio of over $500 million dollars, including the health project in Indonesia, the education projects in Namibia, El Salvador, and Indonesia, and the community development project in the Philippines.

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SPEAKER PROFILES Bronwyn Irwin Senior Technical Director, Enterprise Development Programming, ACDI/VOCA Session: Food Security – Linking Agriculture, Nutrition and Gender Bronwyn is an agricultural economist with experience including analyzing and strengthening value chains, market analysis, developing public-private partnerships, association development, strengthening vulnerable populations’ safety nets through improved livelihoods, and market linkages. She was responsible for integrating gender into the Restoring Economic Agricultural Livelihoods in Zimbabwe (REALIZ) program, resulting in 58 percent of the assisted farmers being women and thereby reflecting the gender distribution of the target population.

Sheila Jagannathan Senior Learning Specialist and Program Manager, e-Institute, World Bank Institute (WBI) Session: The World Bank’s e-institute for Development: Learning at Scale through Technology Sheila Jagannathan is Senior Learning Specialist and Program Manager for the e-Institute at the World Bank Institute. She has worked for 30 years in the private and public sectors in designing and managing distance learning programs and knowledge products in the U.S., East Asia, China, the Middle East and North Africa, Africa and South Asia.

Lindsey Jones Global Gender Advisor, ACDI/VOCA Session: Food Security – Linking Agriculture, Nutrition and Gender Ms. Lindsey Jones is head of the Gender Integration and Women’s Empowerment unit at ACDI/VOCA, a non-profit organization that does inclusive, market-driven international economic development. She is responsible for advising projects in more than 40 emerging market countries on how to do gender equitable development and lead women’s empowerment initiatives.

Martin Keitsch FPM-H/Civil Protection, Humanitarian Aid and Disaster Relief Systems, Kärcher Futuretech GmbH Sessions: Post-Disaster Coordination – Shelter, Water & Sanitation Innovation in Disaster Situations (Interactive Session) Pitch Tank Beside his physics studies Martin worked as a Freelance Consultant for humanitarian and disaster relief Organisations such as UNHCR, UNOCHA, WFP, EU ECHO, DEMA, MSB, GIZ, etc in the field of disaster response training, exercises, policy making and operational management. Since 2012 he has worked for Kärcher Futuretech to improve the development of efficient field solutions.

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SPEAKER PROFILES Martin Kristensson IT Emergency Coordinator, UN World Food Programme Session: Technology in Crisis Response: ICT and Telecommunications Martin joined the WFP in 2001 as part of the Fast IT and Telecommunications Emergency and Support Team, and was directly involved in the IT response to numerous emergencies including Afghanistan, Iraq, Darfur, Indonesia and Haiti. In his current role, Martin manages Emergency Telecommunications Cluster activities to ensure a rapid and efficient IT response to humanitarian crises across the globe.

Barry Kroon Managing Director, USA International Procurement Agency, Inc. Session: Post-Disaster Coordination – Shelter, Water & Sanitation Barry initially joined IPA as a Business Development Officer in the US office, tasked with managing jointly executed projects and programs between US and European Office. During this time, he was also a guest lecturer on International Project Management & Supply Chain Management at Colorado State University. Barry has extensive field experience and has been the Managing Director of IPA since 2010.

Chetan Kumar Team Leader, Conflict Prevention Group, UNDP Bureau for Crisis Prevention and Recovery Session: Peace and Stability – Countries in Transition Chetan Kumar is a Senior Conflict Prevention Advisor and Head of the Conflict Prevention Group, with UNDP’s Bureau for Crisis Prevention and Recovery. Prior to the UNDP he worked for the Office of the Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for Children and Armed Conflict and the International Peace Institute. He has authored several publications on conflict prevention and peace-building.

Jacob D. Kurtzer Acting Head of Public and Congressional Affairs, International Committee of the Red Cross Session: The Role of Social Media in Development Jacob Kurtzer serves as the Acting Head of Public and Congressional Affairs for the Washington Delegation of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), representing the ICRC to a broad spectrum of audiences in the United States and Canada, including the US Congress and leading civil society organizations.

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SPEAKER PROFILES Isaac Kwamy Associate Director, Humanitarian Information & Communication Technology, World Vision International Session: Technology in Crisis Response: ICT and Telecommunications In his current role, one of Isaac’s major responsibilities is strategically leading World Vision international ICT emergency preparedness and planning by equipping and building capacity to respond better in emergencies. Prior to his work at World Vision, Isaac held various positions with World Relief, Tearfund, and Samaritan Purse, and has a deep and practical understanding of emergency responses operations over a vast number of contexts.

Angharad Laing Executive Director, Professionals in Humanitarian Assistance and Protection (PHAP) Secretariat Session: Aid in an Age of Austerity Angharad Laing has worked in the field of humanitarian policy since 2003 and has held her current position as Executive Director of the International Association of Professionals in Humanitarian Assistance and Protection (PHAP) since the organization was formally established in 2010.

Robert D Lamb Director and Senior Fellow, Program on Crisis, Conflict, and Cooperation, Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Session: Peace and Stability – Countries in Transition Transcending Dependency: New Approaches to Aid Robert D. Lamb directs the Program on Crisis, Conflict, and Cooperation at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, researching governance and development amid conflict. A former Defense Department strategist, he has advised policymakers on terrorist, criminal, and insurgent networks, and did his doctoral research on gang governance in Medellín, Colombia, earning a Ph.D. from the University of Maryland School of Public Policy in 2010.

Jim Lanning Director of Acquisitions, International Relief and Development Session: Pitch Tank Building Effective Purchasing Partnerships Jim Lanning specializes in managing global in-kind and other support services to IRD’s relief, stabilization, and development programs around the world. Jim came to IRD in January 2007 from ADRA International, where he served as Director of Acquisitions for 13 years. Prior to working at ADRA, Lanning worked in the development field, including 11 years as vice-president of an architectural/engineering firm that specialized in health care.

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SPEAKER PROFILES Asma Lateef Director, Bread for the World Institute Session: Food Security – Linking Agriculture, Nutrition and Gender Asma Lateef is Director of the Bread for the World Institute. Ms. Lateef is responsible for implementing the Institute’s analysis and education on policy issues related to domestic and global hunger and poverty. Since 2010, she has worked to help start and build support for the Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) Movement and she serves on the SUN Civil Society Network’s Steering Committee.

Sarah Lucas Senior Policy Advisor, Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) Session: Transcending Dependency: New Approaches to Aid Sarah is responsible for a variety of internal organizational and management issues, developing systems to streamline operations, improving coordination among MCC’s divisions, and refining the institution’s approach to the implementation of its compacts with eligible countries. Prior to joining the MCC, she spent five years with the Center for Global Development, conducting analysis on development policy with a focus on aid effectiveness.

Smita Malik Assistant Vice President, Clements Session: Logistics Management Smita Malik is assistant vice president of commercial insurance at Clements, former director of commercial insurance sales and commercial insurance account executive. Smita joined Clements International in 2006 and has over 14 years of insurance experience. She specializes in customized insurance solutions for clients including Fleet solutions, Political Risks, Cargo, professional liability, D&O, general liability, excess, credit, energy, aviation and war risk.

Paul Margie US Representative, Télécoms sans Frontières Session: Technology in Crisis Response: ICT and Telecommunications Mr. Margie is a member of the U.S. Department of State’s Sub-Committee on International Disaster Response of the Advisory Committee on International Communications and Information Policy (“ACICIP”) and a member of the Board of Directors of DataDyne. He was Co-Chair of the U.S. Advisory Committee for the 2012 World Radiocommunication Conference.

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SPEAKER PROFILES Adam Marlatt President, Global DIRT Session: Post-Disaster Coordination – Shelter, Water & Sanitation Adam Marlatt is the founder of Global Disaster Immediate Response Team (DIRT). Using skills learned on the battlefield as a Marine Infantry Sergeant, on a U.S. State Department District Stability Team, and with his volunteer fire department Marlatt leads his team into the aftermath of disasters providing technical solutions, medical assistance, and coordination support.

Tjada McKenna Deputy Coordinator for Development, Feed the Future, USAID Session: Security – Linking Agriculture, Nutrition and Gender Tjada D’Oyen McKenna is the Deputy Coordinator for Development for Feed the Future, the U.S. global hunger and food security initiative. In this capacity, McKenna coordinates implementation of Feed the Future across the U.S. government, oversees its execution and reports on results, and leads engagement with the external community to ensure that food security remains high on the development agenda.

Meenakshi Menon Executive Director, Global Health Through Education, Training and Service (GHETS) Session: Developmental Challenges Post-2015: Empowering Women and Local Communities Meenakshi Menon is the Executive Director of GHETS, a US-based NGO that works to improve health systems through grant making, technical support, and advocacy. Her work with GHETS involves primary care capacity-building in East and Southern Africa, as well as advocacy work surrounding women’s health and empowerment, education, food security, and water and sanitation.

Frank Merks Product manager Humanitarian & Emergency Response and Disaster Recovery, Losberger RDS Session: Post-Disaster Coordination – Shelter, Water & Sanitation

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SPEAKER PROFILES Patrick Merloe Senior Associate and Director of Electoral Programs, United States Institute of Peace Session: Peace and Stability – Countries in Transition Patrick Merloe is Director of Electoral Programs at NDI. Pat has conducted 130 missions for NDI to 65 countries, working with partners from the UN to grassroots groups. He taught courses at the University of San Francisco and University of Pennsylvania law schools and has produced a dozen publications on comparative law, human rights and elections.

Michael Moore Landmines in Africa Session: Peace and Stability - Countries in Transition Michael Moore launched Landmines in Africa in 2011 to provide a resource for mine action information on the Continent. Previously he spent five years working for Landmine Survivors Network as an administration and program officer. Mr. Moore holds a Master’s degree in International Affairs from American University and a Bachelor’s in Anthropology from St. Mary’s College of Maryland.

Richard Morgan Senior Advisor (Post-2015 Agenda), UNICEF Session: Developmental Challenges Post-2015: Empowering Women and Local Communities Richard Morgan is the Senior Advisor on the Post-2015 Development Agenda at the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), responsible for promoting children’s rights and equity through participating and engaging in the multi-stakeholder processes leading up to 2015 and the expiry of the current Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Richard was appointed to this position on 1 March 2012 by UNICEF’s Executive Director, Anthony Lake.

Sharon Morris Director of the Conflict Management Group, Mercy Corps Session: Peace and Stability – Countries in Transition Sharon Morris worked at USAID on conflict from 2001. She went to Kabul in 2006 where she became Director of the Afghanistan PRT program. A year later, she signed on as senior advisor for Darfur policy to Andrew Natsios, Special Envoy for Sudan. In 20089 she joined Mercy Corps as Director of its Conflict management group.

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SPEAKER PROFILES Michele de Nevers Senior Program Associate, Center for Global Development Session: Climate Change Mitigation Michele de Nevers is a Visiting Associate at the Center for Global Development. She leads the work on climate finance, with a focus on adaptation finance, REDD+ and private sector investment. She worked for 29 years in the World Bank leading the Bank’s preparation of its Environment Strategy and its work on climate change and other environmental issues.

David Nicholson Director, Environment, Energy and Climate Change, Mercy Corps Session: Climate Change Mitigation David Nicholson is the Director of Mercy Corps’ Technical Unit for Environment, Energy and Climate Change, which provides technical support to programs across the Mercy Corps global portfolio. Mercy Corps addresses the impact of climate change in two ways. Prior to Mercy Corps, David worked as a carbon-finance project developer in Uganda and for DAI as a climate change and energy consultant.

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SPEAKER PROFILES John Norris Executive Director of the Sustainable Security and Peacebuilding Initiative, Center for American Progress Session: Aid in an Age of Austerity John Norris is the Executive Director of the Sustainable Security and Peacebuilding Initiative at the Center for American Progress. He has served in a number of senior roles in government, international institutions, and nonprofits, including with the United Nations, International Crisis Group, the Department of State and U.S. Agency for International Development.

Alexander Ochs Director of Climate and Energy, The Worldwatch Institute Session: Climate Change Mitigation At the Worldwatch Institute, Alexander leads a growing team of researchers and is a member of the Institute’s management team. An editor of three books, author of numerous scholarly articles, and frequent contributor to public media, Alexander also acts as President of the Forum for Atlantic Climate and Energy Talks. Last year, he received the Sustainable Future Award of the Austrian Academic Forum for Foreign Affairs.

Kristin Penn Senior Director, Agriculture, Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) Session: Food Security – Linking Agriculture, Nutrition and Gender Kristin manages investments in food and agriculture, ranging from initial compact development with eligible countries to program development and implementation. Kristen returned to MCC in 2012 after an 18-month detail to the Office of the Deputy Coordinator for Feed the Future at USAID. Prior to this, she was detailed to the Department of State as a Technical Advisor in the Global Hunger and Food Security Initiative.

Mike Picchietti Aquaculture Manager, Operation Blessing Session: Food Security – Linking Agriculture, Nutrition and Gender Mike Picchietti’s career in the commercial tilapia industry has spanned across 33 years including hatchery, production, processing and fish sales around the world. He retired in 2011 as co-founder and President of Regal Springs Trading Company, which became the largest private farmed tilapia producer in the world. Mike is currently owner of Aquasafra Inc., Florida, USA’s largest tilapia hatchery and President of American Tilapia Association and Aquaculture Director for Operation Blessing Inter.

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SPEAKER PROFILES Matilde Pinto Senior Advisor, Health Economics and Planning, Area of Family and Community Health, Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) Session: Development Coordination –Health, Maternal Health, Infant Mortality and Education Matilde Pinto is an economist graduated from the Universidad de Chile with a Master of Arts in Political Economy from Boston University. She is a specialist in Human Development and Fiscal Policy and joined PAHO in 1990 undertaking economic analysis in different areas. Matilde is currently leading work to improve reproductive and maternal health using a public policy perspective.

Sergio Pombo Investment Officer, International Finance Corporation (IFC) Session: Public-Private Partnerships – Action Beyond Rhetoric Sergio A. Pombo has been a Senior Investment Officer with IFC’s Global Private Equity Funds, in Washington, DC since 2002. He focuses on sourcing, structuring, and negotiating private equity funds globally. During his tenure at IFC, Sergio has been the transaction leader for over 25 funds, including venture, real estate, infrastructure and leveraged funds.

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SPEAKER PROFILES Melissa Powell Head, Strategy and Partnerships, UN Global Compact Office Session: Working with the UN (Q&A) Melissa Powell is Head, Strategy and Partnerships with the United Nations Global Compact, the world’s largest global corporate citizenship initiative launched in 2000. Ms. Powell joined the Compact shortly after its operational launch and since then has been involved in virtually every aspect of the programme. Ms. Powell leads the Global Compact’s work on “Business and Peace”.

Keith Robertory Disaster Services Technology Manager, American Red Cross Session: Technology in Crisis Response: ICT and Telecommunications Since its founding in 1881, the American Red Cross has been the nation’s premier emergency response organization. As the Disaster Services Technology Manager, Keith oversees all the technology the American Red Cross deploys to disaster relief operations in the United States. This includes volunteers and hardware such as VSATs, satellite trucks, servers, laptops, cell phones, satellite phones, radios, and everything needed to connect it together.

William D. Savedoff Senior Fellow, Center for Global Development Session: Aid in an Age of Austerity William D. Savedoff is a senior fellow at the Center for Global Development (CGD) where he works on evaluation, health policy, performance payments, and corruption. At CGD, he co-led the Evaluation Gap Working Group and co-authored Cash on Delivery Aid. Previously, he worked at the Inter-American Development Bank, World Health Organization and Social Insight.

Papa A. Seck Statistics and Data Specialist Session: Developmental Challenges Post-2015: Empowering Women and Local Communities Papa A. Seck is a Statistics and Data Specialist at UN Women. Since joining UN Women in 2009, Papa has led statistics and data work at UN Women, including the statistical analysis for Progress of the World’s Women 20112012. Most recently, Papa has been working on the next Progress of the World’s Women report and to set up the new Evidence and Data for Gender Equality (EDGE) programme, in collaboration with the UN Statistics Division, the World Bank and the OECD.

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SPEAKER PROFILES Theresa Shaver President, White Ribbon Alliance for Safe Motherhood Session: Development Coordination –Health, Maternal Health, Infant Mortality and Education Theresa Shaver serves as President of the White Ribbon Alliance for Safe Motherhood (WRA) Global Secretariat. As a nurse-midwife with over 30 years of experience in maternal and reproductive health, Ms. Shaver works alongside the Executive Director, Chair and Board of Directors to position the organization for long-term growth and sustainability.

Dr Christine Sow Vice President International Programmes, Plan International USA Session: Aid in an Age of Austerity Development Coordination –Health, Maternal Health, Infant Mortality and Education Dr. Christine Sow is an internationally-recognized expert in global public health, with more than 20 years of experience improving women’s and girls’ quality of life in resource-poor settings. At Plan International USA, Dr. Sow oversees a team of experts responsible for fundraising and technical support of programs in more than 50 countries worldwide.

Carmelle J. Terborgh Team Lead and Account Manager - Federal/Global Affairs Session: Technology and Mapping: the Power of Geographic Analysis Dr. Terborgh has over 20 years of experience working with GIS. She currently leads the Esri Global Affairs team where she has worked for 17 years. She has also worked at UNITAR and the World Bank. Dr. Terborgh received a Ph.D. in geography from SUNY at Buffalo in 1999.

Rajan Trivedi Special Assistant to the Vice President for Administration and Finance, Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) Session: Technology and Mapping: the Power of Geographic Analysis Rajan manages special projects on behalf of the Office of the Vice President, with a specific focus on open data and open government initiatives. Prior to MCC, Mr. Trivedi served as Senior Budget Operations Analyst at Grant Thornton LLP, where he led cost-benefit and financial investment strategy for clients and stakeholders including the U.S. Office of Management and Budget and the U.S. Government Accountability Office.

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SPEAKER PROFILES Wayan Vota (Moderator) Communications Manager, Development Gateway Session: The Role of Social Media in Development Wayan Vota is a technology expert focused on using appropriate information and communication technologies (ICT) to accelerate the social and economic advancement of the developing world. Wayan Vota is the Communications Manager at Development Gateway, a non-profit organization that provides information tools and services to support international development.

Imogen Wall Coordinator, Communication with Affected Populations, UN OCHA Session: The Role of Social Media in Development Imogen Wall is a specialist in communications between aid agencies and those affected by crises, currently working for United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (UNOCHA) where she is the global coordinator in communications with affected communities. She has designed and implemented projects to this end in a number of emergencies including the Indian Ocean tsunami (Aceh, Indonesia), Haiti, Sudan, East Timor and most recently in the Philippines following Typhoon Bopha.

Bob Wilson Global Procurement Manager, World Vision International Session: Pitch Tank Bob has over 30 years of Procurement experience, the last 27 years in charge of the Global Procurement Office (GPO) at World Vision International. This includes coordination of major procurement relief responses during the tsunami in Indonesia and the earthquake in Haiti where millions of dollars of relief supplies were delivered during the initial relief response.

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ACDI/VOCA www.acdivoca.org

Stand 119

ACDI/VOCA is a nonprofit that expands economic opportunities and creates vibrant civil society in developing and transitioning countries. Long known for agricultural and food security work, ACDI/VOCA also specializes in market systems approaches to economic development, financial services, and participatory community strengthening. Over 50 years ACDI/VOCA has worked in 145 countries.

Advizing IT www.advizingit.com

Stand 334

Advizing IT is a dynamic provider of IT Turn Key Solutions to the UN family and global accounts operating within the international development sector. We are committed to delivering the best service and invaluable advice on your IT procurement.

Aidmatrix www.aidmatrix.org

Stand 554

The Aidmatrix Foundation, Inc. builds and operates powerful technology hubs that support diverse stakeholder groups in their efforts to work together to solve the world’s most challenging humanitarian crises. Our solutions enhance participation, amplify contributions, and accelerate results for humanitarian relief. 38,000 leading corporate, non-profit and government partners leverage Aidmatrix solutions to mobilize $1.5 billion in global aid annually.

Ameresco Solar www.amerescosolar.com

Stand 515

A subsidiary of Ameresco, Inc., Ameresco Solar provides integrated photovoltaic systems for residential, commercial, industrial and government applications. From solar panels to PV mounts to complete solar solutions, Ameresco Solar provides the latest photovoltaic technology to power facility operations, backed by decades of experience in distributing, designing, building and integrating grid-tie, off-grid and remote solar energy solutions.

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EXHIBITOR PROFILES American River International www.americanriverintl.com

Stand 333

American River International is a full service freight forwarder specializing in the relief and aid business operating 24 x 7 x 365 days a year. We can handle your door to shipments from point to point worldwide. We focus on trade compliance issues to ensure your shipments will not run into any problems with US and other government agencies.

American University www.american.edu/sis

Stand 556

The School of International Service (SIS) at American University is committed to a broad and interdisciplinary approach to the study of international relations that values public service, environmental stewardship, human rights and social justice. SIS strives to maintain diversity of background, experience and expertise among its faculty and students, while fostering excellence in all fields of study and programs.

Aquamira Technologies www.aquamira.com

Stand 327

At Aquamira Technologies we have a vision providing clean, healthy, and safe drinking water to all who are in need. Our re-usable emergency water systems are designed to operate in extreme conditions, they are compact, light weight, easy to deploy and inexpensive to operate, making the dream of pure water a reality for all.

ar www.arestudio.com.ar

Argentina Paviliion

The National Government of Argentina awarded ar with the title of, Best Company on Social Responsibility and Commitment’ honoring their projects and products. ar employs experience and dedication to stand out in brand design, corporate image, architectural design, eco-design, audio-visual development and design consulting. We follow up each challenge from the original idea to practical implementation. We take the best of each job according to our responsibility and sustainability basis and to improve people’s quality of life.

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EXHIBITOR PROFILES AWQAF New Zealand www.awqafnz.org

Stand 914

AWQAF New Zealand aims to be the world’s largest Halal meat supplier to the charity and relief industries, as well as using wool or skins to preserve refugee communities’ heritage skills while producing aid blankets. AWQAF have MOUs in place with governmental (AMAF) and nongovernmental (DPIM) organisations. With the UNHCR also interested in our idea our ongoing aim is to create awareness among the other UN development agencies.

Barrett Communications www.barrettcommunications.com.au

Stand 615

Established in 1976 Barrett Communications are a leading world designer and manufacturer of remote radio communication solutions. Specialising in humanitarian, corporate, government and military communications, Barrett Communications provides sophisticated yet simple solutions to your communications requirements.

CHEMO GROUP www.chemogroup.com

Argentina Paviliion

CHEMO operates across the entire pharmaceutical value chain, delivering specialized expertise in scientific research, development, manufacturing, sales and marketing of a wide range of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs), finished dosage forms (FDFs) and branded pharmaceuticals, for human and animal care. CHEMO was founded in Barcelona in 1977, and started trading with pharmaceutical raw materials. In the 80’s, the company expanded its operations into the Industrial Business, developing and manufacturing active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) and Finished Dosages Forms.

CINAR – Complejo Industrial Naval Argentino www.tandanor.com

Argentina Paviliion

CINAR is the joint result of TANDANOR and Alte Storni. The former is one of the largest repair Shipyards and former submarine in South America. Our company has over 100 years of experience. CINAR have modern facilities and highly qualified personnel for both naval and any such activity for metallurgical industry with a syncrolift and a workshop of 33000sqm.

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EXHIBITOR PROFILES Claro KC www.clarokc.net

Stand 457

Claro KC’s purpose is to provide an enhanced understanding of USAID’s requirements for organizations receiving USAID assistance awards (grants and cooperative agreements). We offer a customized training course for your technical, administrative and program staff, designed and taught by former USAID Agreement Officers specifically for recipients of USAID assistance awards.

Clements Worldwide www.clements.com Clements Worldwide is a leading insurance provider for international aid and development organizations. Founded in 1947, Clements specializes in vehicle fleet and cargo insurance as well as coverage for political risk, kidnap and ransom and other solutions for high risk operations. With offices in Washington, DC, London and Dubai, Clements delivers comprehensive coverage, superior customer service, and unparalleled claims response. For more information visit clements.com.

Conrico International www.conrico.com

Stand 214

Focused on international aid & development organizations; Conrico delivers brands such as JCB, Tata and IVECO to NGOs, governments, charities and corporate customers in the developing world. More than just a vehicle, Conrico provides worldwide support for all parts, accessories, tools and automotive ancillaries.

Dalit Welfare Association www.dwa.org.np

Stand 121

The Dalit Welfare Association (DWA) established in 1996 and registered in the office of District Administration in Nawalparasi is a member-based movement-oriented NGO of Dalit activists and is one of the largest Dalit Human Rights NGOs in Nepal. DWA is working to eliminate caste based discrimination and untouchables in Nepal through media advocacy and its development program.

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EXHIBITOR PROFILES Danoffice IT www.danoffice.com

Stand 522

Danoffice IT provides professional and efficient IT & IS turnkey solutions to international organizations and businesses operating worldwide, offering a one-stop-shopping platform with focus on arrays of services and logistical solutions, backed by professional products and certified personnel. This year, our focus is on Mobile Biometric Solutions and data collection kits, used for registration of voters, refugees, issuance of ID cards and general management solutions.

Darley www.darley.com

Stand 335

Darley offers a full line of disaster response solutions. Portable water purification, containerized desalination systems, mobile disinfection, UAV multi-copter drones, poly integrated tanks and a wide array of equipment. Stop by booth 335 and ask how Darley can help support your aid and development needs.

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PHARMACEUTICALS AND MEDICAL SUPPLIES

Making a global impact on healthcare in the developing world by providing high quality and cost-effective medical solutions for our customers and partners

www.imres.nl – info@imres.nl - +31320296969 Larserpoortweg 26 – 8218 NK Lelystad – Netherlands

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EXHIBITOR PROFILES Diplomatic Language Services www.dlsdc.com

Stand 455

Diplomatic Language Services provides tailored, professionally supervised language training in commonly and less-commonly taught languages to personnel assigned to US Embassies, USAID, Trade and Agricultural ofďŹ ces, and to commercial ofďŹ ces worldwide. DLS also offers general and region-speciďŹ c culture training, translation and interpretation services, language proďŹ ciency testing, and distance learning solutions.

Disc-O-Bed www.discobed.com

Stand 728

Prepare for the unexpected with the compact and ‘bunkable’ Disc-Bed sleep solution. Designed for the demands of disaster relief in extreme conditions, the modular cot system delivers a bedding solution that not only offers comfort and portability but is easy to assemble and available immediately.

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EXHIBITOR PROFILES EcoLoo AB www.ecoloo.eu

Stand 440

EcoLoo AB is a Swedish GREEN innovation company. We develop, build and market unique & patented innovations and Environmental solutions. Our patent-pending toilet solution is affordable, sustainable, odour-free, maintenance-free, consumes neither energy nor water, and the end product is fertilizer. It is biological and needs no further investment for end users, nor any expenses related to energy, water, transport, treatment or any other costs.

Esri www.esri.com

Stand 421

Esri inspires and enables people to positively impact the future through a deeper, geographic understanding of the changing world around them. Their technology enables organizations to create responsible and sustainable solutions to problems on local and global scales. Governments, industry leaders, academics, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) trust us to connect them with the analytic knowledge they need to make these critical decisions that shape the planet.

ETC Sterilization Systems www.ETCUSA.com

Stand 727

Since 1969, ETC has manufactured sterilizers including the user friendly, rugged, portable and fully deployable field steam sterilizer, the M- 138, a.k.a. “Big Bertha”. Sterilizing surgical instruments, various hard goods, etc. and even water for drinking, it’s impervious to extreme environments and can be deployed quickly from on-hand inventory, to any global location.

First Water Systems, Inc

Stand 444

www.firstwaterinc.com First Water Systems is the premiere provider of emergency and permanent water purification solutions for healthcare, disaster relief, and humanitarian efforts. Our equipment produces potable water from micro-biologically contaminated fresh water sources at rates of 60 gallons to 1,200 gallons per hour on AC, DC or solar.

Ford www.fordglobalfleet.com Ford Motor Company has been developing vehicles that customers want and value for over a century. Consistent with our heritage, Ford is dedicated to the Aid & Development sector by providing a full array of quality cars, trucks, vans & utility vehicles to support a variety of transportation needs the help you “Go Further”.

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EXHIBITOR PROFILES Fulcrum www.spatialnetworks.com

Stand 322

Create, deploy, & manage field data collection apps for iPhone, iPad, & Android with the Fulcrum field data collection platform. With our drag-and-drop app designer, create mobile surveys with built-in location, geotagged photos, and full offline support, all to your specifications. Capture exactly what you need in the field.

GATR Technologies www.GATR.com

Stand 617

GATR’s Antenna Systems are highly-deployable inflatable 2.4m SATCOM terminals that enable high-bandwidth satellite communications in remote areas. GATR will be showcasing an application of GATR’s technology: emergency.lu – a public/private partnership that provides end-to-end services to rapidly respond to the communication gaps in the first hours and days after a large-scale disaster.

GHS Global Housing Solutions www.ghs-housing.com

Stand 639

GHS offers a mobile house system of lightweight panels that is suitable as emergency housing following catastrophes thanks to its easy handling. Moreover the company designs and delivers complete turn-key plants for the production of walls, doors and windows for the GHS family home a living solution designed for durability and sustainability.

Global Fleet Sales (GFS) www.globalfleetsales.net

Stand 302

As a member of RMA Group, GFS and its affiliates are authorized international distributors for Ford, Land Rover, Nissan, Mazda and Tata products to the Aid & Development sector. For more than 25 years they have provided stock and customized, purpose-built vehicles to the Aid & Development sector and serves commercial, government and NGO clients with total fleet management solutions.

Guava Land Rover www.guavauk.com

Stand 211

Guava International Ltd is the only authorised supplier of Land Rover vehicles to the international aid and development sector worldwide. We hold a large quantity of vehicle stock to be able to react quickly and effectively to support disaster relief efforts on the ground. Our specialism is providing innovative vehicle solutions to organisations operating in the developing world

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EXHIBITOR PROFILES Gujarat Craft Industries Ltd www.gujaratcraft.com

Stand 643

Gujarat Craft Industries Limited is an ISO 9001:2008 certified manufacturer and exporter of Plastic Sheeting, Geo membranes for rain water harvesting and a Vermi Compost bed used to make organic manure. Established in the year 1984 and listed on the Bombay Stock Exchange, India, the company maintains high ethical standards. Products offered – plastic sheeting, pond liners (Geo membranes) as per ASTM standards, vermi compost beds, hygiene kits and blankets.

Hippo Water Roller Project www.hipporoller.org

Stand 904

Designed in South Africa, the iconic Hippo Water Roller rolls 24 gallons (90L) of water along the ground. Proven in the field for 20 years, more than 300,000 women and children have benefitted from this simple but appropriate technology and no longer carry heavy buckets of water on their heads.

Hispano Language Advisory (Umbrella S.A.) www.myhispano.com

Argentina Paviliion

Hispano Language Advisory is a translation and DTP company based in Córdoba, Argentina. Since 2006, clients in 11 countries have trusted our professional, specialized services in areas such as marketing and advertising, pharmaceutical and medical products, heavy machinery and automotive, insurance, banking and finance, and software localization.

Humless LLC www.humless.com Humless gives you a seamless solution for challenging power outages. There may be other generators available, but no other competitor possesses our advanced technology nor can they offer all the following features - safe, silent, affordable, portable and renewable source of power.

Hungarian Investment and Trade Agency www.hita.hu

Stand 428

The Hungarian Investment and Trade Agency (HITA), was set up by the Government of Hungary more than a year and a half ago in order to support the foreign trading activities of Hungarian small and medium-sized enterprises and to encourage and help foreign enterprises invest in Hungary.

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EXHIBITOR PROFILES Hydration Technology Innovations www.htiwater.com

Stand 436

HTI’s forward-osmosis HydroPack is the simplest way to guarantee pure fluids from any water. The HydroPack requires no maintenance, chemicals or power, tastes good, and has very high acceptance. The HydroPack turns the worst water into a safe nutrient drink - perfect for the first phase of disaster relief efforts.

Imres www.imres.nl

Stand 637

Imres is one of the world’s largest wholesale and manufacturing organizations of pharmaceuticals and medical supplies to the developing world. We exclusively work with NGO’s, UN agencies and other relief groups to serve their medical programs and rely on 30 years of experience supplying a full range of low cost, quality controlled medical products and emergency kits.

Industrial Test Systems Inc www.sensafe.com

Stand 339

Industrial Test Systems, Inc., (ITS) is a leading manufacturer of instruments and chemistries designed to quickly and easily test water quality. Our unique products save users time and money. ITS developed over 100 tests and proprietary chemistries many covered by our U.S. and Worldwide patents, including our popular ETV/USEPA performance verified Arsenic test kits.

Insect Shield www.insectshield.com

Stand 628

Insect Shield® Repellent Apparel and Insect Shield® Repellent Gear are revolutionary products designed to provide longlasting, effective and convenient personal insect protection. The durable protection provided by Insect Shield apparel and gear is the result of years of research and testing. In July 2003, Insect Shield Repellent Apparel was registered by the United States Environmental Protection Agency.

InsideNGO www.insidengo.org

Stand 926

InsideNGO is a collaborative community that strengthens the operational and management capacity of the international development and relief non profit community in the pursuit of global development. InsideNGO is all about strengthening the “inside” staff of international NGOs. Our strength is in the involvement of our members.

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EXHIBITOR PROFILES InterAction www.interaction.org

Stand 235

InterAction is the largest alliance of U.S.-based international nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), with more than 190 members working in every developing country. Members are faithbased and secular, large and small, with a focus on the world’s most poor and vulnerable populations. The U.S. public, foundations and others support the efforts of our membership via funding totalling more than $13 billion a year, according to 2009 estimates.

International Fleet Sales www.internationalfleetsales.com

Stand 312

International Fleet Sales has been appointed by GM to distribute vehicles to Aid & Development organizations. With access to GM’s vehicles including the new Thai built Chevrolet Colorado and Trailblazer and South African built Isuzu D Max, IFS can provide the humanitarian community with vehicles that have been engineered and equipped to meet their operational needs.

International NGO Safety & Security Association (INSSA) www.ingossa.org

Stand 117

The International NGO Safety & Security Association (INSSA) is a global non-profit membership association of individuals, supported by organizations, who committed to improving the quality and effectiveness of safety and security for humanitarian relief and development assistance workers operating in complex and dangerous environments around the world.

International Procurement Agency (IPA) www.usaipa.com

Stand 613

USA International Procurement Agency is a premier full-service partner, specializing in creating and managing the (international) supply chain, providing the best value-for-money solutions to the international aid community for over 25 years.

ISOA www.stability-operations.org/

Stand 830

The International Stability Operations Association (ISOA) is a global partnership of private sector and nongovernmental organizations providing critical services in fragile environments worldwide. ISOA members provide protection and stability to regions, nations and/or vulnerable groups thus laying a foundation for long-term development.

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EXHIBITOR PROFILES International Water Company www.wateriwc.com

Stand 501

International Water Company specializes in designing and manufacturing cutting edge water treatment solutions for flows of any size or challenge. Our proprietary Mobile Water Purification System produces safe drinking water without the need for external power or frequent filter replacement, and has been implemented in designs for the US government.

Jennifer Schaus & Associates www.jenniferschaus.com

Stand 930

Jennifer Schaus & Associates is a DC based consulting firm providing guidance on sales & marketing to companies who wish to sell to the US Federal Government, including GSA Schedules. The firm also provides assistance with social media marketing.

Kärcher Futuretech GmbH www.karcher-futuretech.com

Stand 452

Kärcher Futuretech GmbH develops, manufactures, and markets reliable products for rapid deployment missions in disaster areas and complex emergencies worldwide within four fields: Water Supply systems, CBRN Protection Systems, Mobile Catering Systems and Field Camp Systems. As a wholly-owned subsidiary of the traditional, family-run company Kärcher, Futuretech is obliged to its corporate social responsibility.

Laboratorio Pyam S.A. www.laboratoriopyam.com

Argentina Paviliion

LABORATORIO PYAM is a pharmaceutical company based in Argentina. Since 1991, it works in the elaboration of water biological purification tablets and powders for human consumption; and for general disinfections of hospitals and other areas. Institutions such as UNICEF, OPS, IFRC use our products to attend and prevent waterborne diseases, especially in humanitarian emergencies and disasters around the world.

Laboratories DIRAL SRL Argentina Paviliion www.bfacil.com.ar or www.neo-sport.com.ar Diral Laboratories was founded 14 years ago is certified ANMAT, INVIMA , FDA, CE, and ISO 9000 Sell in Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Miami, and Spain. The lab is in the process of certification in Brazil. Our lab is leader in selling products for patient bathing without rinsing, leaving them with a comfortable and moisturized skin. Soap and Easy is used in the best hospitals in the region and is sold in over 10,000 pharmacies in the region.

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EXHIBITOR PROFILES Lone Star Drills www.lonestardrills.com

Stand 336

Manufacturers and Suppliers of compact mechanical and hydraulic drive mud rotary and auger type drill rigs for over 50 years. Available in pre-designed drilling packages to assure you have all the necessary items needed to complete your drilling project. With special discounts available for Ministry, Non-Profit and NGO’s.

Losberger-RDS www.losberger-rds.com Losberger RDS is an international system integrator of temporary space solutions for accommodation and field camps, medical posts and mobile hospitals, storage and warehousing, maintenance and workshops shelters. We offer a wide range of shelters, halls and hangars worldwide to meet your requirements. Please meet us at the Workshop area to see what we have to offer for your organization.

Love In Action – Ethiopia (LIA-E) www.loveinactionethiopia.org

Stand 922

Love In Action Ethiopia is an indigenous, not-for-profit, nongovernment charitable organization established and registered in 2001 and re-registered on October 30, 2009 with the ministry of Justice Charities and Societies Agency of Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia as an Ethiopian Residents Charity. LIAE was established with a view to serving the poorest, most vulnerable and marginalized segments of the population, particularly children, youth and women.

MEBS Global Reach www.mebs-intl.com

Stand 201

MEBS International provides cargo management solutions and support services throughout the developing world. With a focus on customer service, localized expertise and competitive pricing, the MEBS freight forwarding division manages air and ocean shipments door to door for project cargo and relocations. MEBS owns offices in: Kenya, South Sudan, Djibouti, USA, Afghanistan, Pakistan and the Middle East.

Merit Wood Products www.meritwoodproducts.com

Stand 645

We specialize in providing shelters and shelter materials and have the capabilities to ship mass quantities of product. We have shelters featuring three types of building materials, cement, wood and steel. All of our products are adaptable to our customers needs, or we offer a design service to help solve specific needs. We list some of the world’s largest NGOs as our customers.

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EXHIBITOR PROFILES Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) www.mcc.gov

Stand 612

The Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) is an innovative and independent U.S. foreign aid agency that has invested over $8 billion to date in the fight against global poverty. MCC is based on the principle that aid is most effective when it reinforces good governance, economic freedom, and investments in people that promote economic growth. Visit the MCC booth in the exhibit hall to learn more.

Minxray www.minxray.com

Stand 634

Since 1967 MinXray, Inc. has provided superior quality x-ray units for portable diagnostic imaging. MinXray’s powerful, compact and portable radiographic imaging systems provide the latest in analog or digital technology and are designed for superior performance in the most remote locations and austere conditions around the world. Please stop by the MinXray Stand 634, to see the newest in portable x-ray technology!

 

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EXHIBITOR PROFILES MissionMobility LLC www.missionmobility.com

Stand 241

MissionMobility provides rugged Baseband and Emergency Communications Solutions for mission critical communications, in the most remote and demanding environments. Since our first systems in 2001, our baseband/satellite communications products and integrated solutions have extended secure and managed networks globally - for the Department of Defense, Federal Agencies, and First Responders.

MRE Star www.mrestar.com

Stand 318

MRE Star is a US company with over 15 years in the Shelf Stable food market and highly recognized in the “retort” area of food production. All our ‘meals ready to eat’ are USDA/FSIS/ FDA approved including our Halal certified line. We follow all HACCP regulations to assure quality control and the highest standards, currently supplying many international, national and local governmental agencies including private and charitable organizations around the world.

Myriado Cleantech www.myriado.com

Stand 430

Myriado Cleantech’s solar powered water treatment technology, Sun4Water, delivers healthy potable water from salt, brackish even contaminated water. Healthy, clean drinking water where it is needed, off the grid! The use of standard off the shelf products enables Myriado to provide drinking water at very low cost. The Sun4Water model premieres May 21, 2013 at the Aid & International Development Forum (AIDF) in Washington DC.

NRS International www.nrs-international.com

Stand 540

NRS International Group is an industry leader in developing and manufacturing core relief items for the humanitarian and public health sectors including tents, blankets, tarpaulins, LLIN’s and water containers. We are proud of our reputation for quality and are proud of the excellent relationships we have built over 40 years with our clients.

Operation Blessing www.ob.org

Stand 924

Operation Blessing International (OBI) is one of the largest charities in America, providing disaster relief, medical aid, hunger relief, clean water and community development in 23 countries around the world daily. Named as one of “America’s Top Charities” by Consumers Digest, OBI has helped over 255 million people.

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EXHIBITOR PROFILES Orenco Systems Inc www.orenco.com

Stand 342

Since 1981, Orenco Systems has been designing and manufacturing sustainable products for collection, treatment, disinfection, and monitoring of wastewater. The company’s portable, pre-packaged AdvanTex AX-Mobile Wastewater Systems have been shipped to remote locations and postdisaster sites around the world. Standard services include design assistance, installer/operator training, and post-sales support.

Parker Hannifin Corporation www.parker.com

Stand 340

With annual sales exceeding $13 billion in fiscal year 2012, Parker Hannifin is the world’s leading diversified manufacturer of motion and control technologies and systems, providing precisionengineered solutions for a wide variety of mobile, industrial and aerospace markets. The company employs approximately 60,000 people in 48 countries around the world.

Peace Corps www.peacecorps.gov

Stand 932

The Peace Corps was founded in 1960 to enable University students to serve their country in the cause of peace by living and working in developing countries. Over 210,000 Peace Corps Volunteers have served in 139 countries on issues ranging from AIDS education to IT and environmental preservation. Today’s volunteers work in emerging and essential areas such as IT and business development, and contribute to the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief.

PHAP (International Association of Professionals in Humanitarian Assistance and Protection) Stand 829 www.phap.org PHAP is the first and only member-governed, sector-wide association of professionals engaged in humanitarian assistance and protection. Established in mid 2010, PHAP’s mission has been designed to respond to a growing demand for professional development and networking opportunities among individuals deployed in the context of humanitarian crises.

Polynor AS www.polynor.no

Stand 534

Since 1994, Polynor AS has delivered its WHO approved POLYSAFE® Safety Boxes for safe and easy collection and destruction of used syringes and needles to major international health agencies, NGO’s and health ministries. POLYNOR is the only manufacturer of multiple sizes of Safety Boxes (5, 10, 15, 20 Liter), all produced in Norway from recycled solid board. AIDF Show Guide 2013


EXHIBITOR PROFILES ProCórdoba Agency www.procordoba.org

Argentina Paviliion

ProCórdoba, the agency for the promotion of exports from the Cordoba Province of Argentina, is a public-private partnership which aims to promote the international insertion of SME´s. To meet its goal, ProCórdoba develops programs of assistance and training companies in international procurement, so they become suppliers of humanitarian organizations located around the world.

Puralytics www.puralytics.com

Stand 434

Puralytics, a US-based company, has developed a patent pending photochemical water purification process using only light energy to activate an advanced nanotechnology photocatalyst. The Puralytics SolarBag 3L is a reusable purification, transport and storage system which destroys microorganisms and chemical contaminants, and removes heavy metals from water. It is ideal for emergency response, refugee, and developing world drinking water applications.

Royal DSM N.V. www.dsm.com

Stand 900

DSM is the world’s leading supplier of vitamins with a long tradition as a pioneer in the discovery of new products, formulations and applications. DSM’s Nutrition Improvement Program supports nutritious, safe and affordable solutions tailored to the needs of local communities in the developing world, with a focus on women and children.

Sawyer Products Inc www.sawyer.com

Stand 329

Introducing Weightless Water - one 20lbs backpack containing 26 filters provides 13,000 gallons of water DAILY. Sawyer Product’s Hollow Fibre Membrane water filters offer the fastest, most cost efficient and easiest way to get potable water anywhere in the world. Uses include emergency preparedness, disaster response, humanitarian aid as well as military applications.

Shelter In A Day www.ShelterinaDay.com

Stand 739

Terrapeg Furniture and Shelter in a Day, a fundamental advancement in housing and furnishings for Disaster Relief and Developing Countries, using the world’s most basic sustainable resource, recycled wood fibre. It’s now possible to inexpensively build, without tools or electric power, a permanent, furnished home, school or clinic anywhere...in one day!

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EXHIBITOR PROFILES Sonoco Thermosafe www.thermosafe.com

Stand 310

Sonoco Thermosafe, a Sonoco Protective Solutions™ brand, is the leading global provider of temperature assurance packaging for the safe and efficient transport of pharmaceuticals, biologics, vaccines and other temperature sensitive products. Our shipping solutions mitigate risk for our customers and ensure product efficacy throughout the extremes of a supply chain.

Star Solutions International www.starsolutions.com

Stand 518

Star Solutions provides unique and innovative cellular infrastructure solutions. Our products include mobile cellular infrastructure equipment used in rural telephony, emergency communications, disaster response and remote deployments requiring satellite backhaul. The IMPAC System is our latest product well suited for disaster recovery and emergency communication needs.

STAR TIDES www.star-tides.net

Stand 233

TIDES (Transformative Innovation for Development and Emergency Support) are a research project within the Center for Technology and National Security Policy (CTNSP) at the National Defense University (NDU), which is part of the Department of Defense (DoD). TIDES are dedicated to open-source knowledge sharing to promote sustainable support to populations under stress. The project is part of a broader research effort called STAR (Sharing To Accelerate Research).

Sunlite (India Impex) www.sunlite-solar.com

Stand 611

India Impex (SUNLITE) is the leading technology provider of innovative, off-grid ‘Portable Solar Lighting Solutions’ which are specifically developed to empower the lives of impoverished communities. These sustainable alternatives help safeguard women & children, promote education & entirely eliminate the use of hazardous kerosene lamps. In partnership with the world’s largest humanitarian agencies, we have distributed 75,000+ solar lanterns in over 30 countries for various emergency & refugee resettlement programs.

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EXHIBITOR PROFILES Taurus Fabric Build www.taurusfabricbuild.com.au

Stand 749

Taurus Fabric Build is an Australian company based in Cairns. It markets tension membrane structures and insulated modular flat-pack buildings up to three stories high. It is developing a manufacturing arm to Lae in Papua New Guinea for large fabric structures, disaster relief shelters and energy efficient camp support systems.

The Aussie Mozzie Tube www.aussiemozzietube.com.au

Stand 536

The Aussie Mozzie Tube is a divinely inspired product patented, trademarked 2004/05, to fill a gap in the world-wide market. This Queensland business was formed to satisfy demand, using Australian and off-shore manufacturing. Since 2008 the organization has evolved as a non-profit, private, Christian charity. This lead to the withdrawal of the product from the open market, in order to supply a quality personal sleeping-tube for protection from vector-borne disease to the homeless and disadvantaged.

Safe Hydration From Any Water Source Forward Osmosis Filtration Safe Simple Pure Turning Kenyan floodwater into safe, nutrient drink with the HydroPack

www.htiwater.com Booth # 436 541.917.3335


EXHIBITOR PROFILES Thuraya Satellite Telecommunications www.thuraya.com

Stand 423

Thuraya Telecommunications Company is an industry leading MSS operator and a global telecommunication provider offering innovative communications solutions to a variety of sectors. Thuraya’s superior network enables clear communications and uninterrupted coverage across two thirds of the globe by satellite and across the whole planet through its unique GSM roaming capabilities.

Toyota Gibraltar Stockholdings Ltd www.toyota-gib.com

Stand 202

TGS are Toyota Motor Corporation’s official suppliers of fourwheel drive ex-stock Toyota vehicles and spare parts to aid and humanitarian agencies working in rapid relief, emergency and development projects worldwide. Our team will be keen to listen to customer’s feedback about how Toyota vehicles are performing in their projects and how TGS can be of further assistance in providing an ever-improving level of customer service to all clients.

UCONU – Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Argentina www.cancilleria.gov.ar

Argentina Paviliion

UCONU (“Unidad de Compras ante Naciones Unidas”) is the department within the Argentine Foreign Office in charge of improving the participation of national companies in the procurement market of the United Nations.

Vestfrost Solutions www.vestfrostsolutions.com

Stand 910

Vestfrost Solutions Biomedical Refrigerators and Freezers are designed and produced for global demanding requirements of the health sector, where temperatures must be reliable and precise at all times. For the EPI Cold Chain, a large range is available of WHO approved Icelined Refrigerators, Solar Driven Vaccine Refrigerators and Vaccine/Icepack Freezers.

Wallonia & Brussels www.wallonia-international.be

Stand 215

Wallonia (the Southern French-speaking part of Belgium) represents a wide variety of service, advice and product companies specialized in aid and development. It also comprises universities and higher education institutions active in developing countries. We are eager to propose our goods and services, share our knowledge and consider joint ventures.

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EXHIBITOR PROFILES White Ribbon Alliance www.whiteribbonalliance.org

Stand 912

White Ribbon Alliance is a network of everyday men, women, local & national organizations around the world, all demanding improved maternal care. Childbirth is still the biggest killer of young women in many countries and that is unacceptable. We inform women, their families & their communities of their rights to have a safe birth.

World Bank Infoshop www.worldbank.org

Stand 920

InfoShop is a retail bookstore, carrying books on economics, development, current events, and more. We also have international ďŹ ction, music CDs, maps and souvenirs. InfoShop provides information on World Bank projects to the public, and hosts author events. Corner 18th Street and Pennsylvania Ave. NW, Monday-Friday, 9:30-5:30.

Worldwide Diagnostics www.worldwidediagnostics.com

Stand 630

Worldwide Diagnostics aim is to be your single source procurement for any type of medical/aid requirement. We have warehousing. Among some of our projects; ďŹ rst DNA lab in Western Africa, furnished HIV Labs in Sierra Leone, supplied equipment and training for a teaching program in Ethiopia - clients APHL, CDC, etc.

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EXHIBITOR INDEX & FLOOR PLAN Stand no. [ ACDI/VOCA [ Advizing IT [ Aidmatrix [ Air Link [ Ameresco Solar [ American River International [ American University [ Aquamira Technologies [ ar [ Argentina Pavilion [ Awqaf New Zealand [ Barrett Communications [ CHEMO GROUP [ CINAR – Complejo Industrial Naval Argentino [ Claro KC [ Clements Worldwide [ Conrico International [ Dalit Welfare Association [ Danoffice IT [ Darley [ Diplomatic Language Services [ Disc-O-Bed [ Ecoloo AB [ Energy One [ Esri [ ETC Sterilization Systems [ First Water Inc [ Ford [ Fulcrum [ GATR Technologies [ GHS Global Housing Solutions [ Global Fleet Sales (GFS) [ Guava Land Rover [ Gujarat Craft Industries Ltd [ Hippo Water Roller Project [ Hispano Language Advisory (Umbrella S.A.) [ Humless [ Hungarian Investment and Trade Agency [ Hydration Technology Innovations [ Imres [ Industrial Test Systems Inc [ Insect Shield [ Inside NGO [ InterAction [ International Fleet Sales

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Stand no. 119 334 554 928 515 333 556 327 717-832 717-826 914 615 717-833 717-829 457 214 121 522 335 455 728 440 212 421 727 444 322 617 639 302 211 643 904 717-828 428 436 637 339 628 926 235 312

[ International NGO Safety & Security Association (INSSA) 117 [ International Procurement Agency (IPA) 613 [ International Stability Operations Association (ISOA) 830 [ International Water Company 501 [ Jennifer Schaus & Associates 930 [ Kärcher Futuretech GmbH 452 [ Laboratories DIRAL SRL 717-831 [ Laboratorio Pyam S.A. 717-830 [ Lone Star Drills 336 [ Losberger-RDS SAS [ Love In Action – Ethiopia (LIA-E) 922 [ MEBS Global Reach 201 [ Merit Wood Products 645 [ Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) 612 [ Minxray 634 [ MissionMobility LLC 241 [ MRE Star 318 [ Myriado Cleantech 430 [ NRS International 540 [ Operation Blessing 924 [ Orenco Systems Inc 342 [ Parker Hannifin Corporation 340 [ Peace Corps 932 [ PHAP (International Association of Professionals in Humanitarian Assistance and Protection) 829 [ Polynor AS 534 [ Pro Córdoba Agency 717-832 [ Puralytics 434 [ Royal DSM N.V. 900 [ Sawyer Products Inc 329 [ Shelter In A Day 739 [ Sonoco Thermosafe 310 [ Star Solutions Int. 518 [ STAR-TIDES 233 [ Sunlite (India Impex) 611 [ Taurus Fabric Build 749 [ The Aussie Mozzie Tube 536 [ Thuraya Satellite Telecommunications 423 [ Toyota Gibraltar Stockholdings Ltd 202 [ UCONU – Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Argentina 717-827 [ Vestfrost Solutions 910 [ Wallonia & Brussels 215 [ White Ribbon Alliance 912 [ World Bank Infoshop 920 [ Worldwide Diagnostics 630


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Health & medical

Education & training

ICTs

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