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Government | Friday 26 April, 2024 12:28 pm |

Abu Dhabi Fund for Development participates in AVPN Global Conference 2024

Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD) participated in the AVPN Global Conference 2024, held in Abu Dhabi from April 23 to 25. This was the first time the conference was held in the West Asia region, bringing together more than 1,500 investment leaders and social gatherings from around the world under the banner of “One Asia, One Future”.


The conference focused on key topics, including attracting necessary funds to accelerate development, finding innovative solutions to address economic, social, and environmental challenges in developing countries, exchanging experiences, learning about best practices, and working together to build a sustainable and prosperous future for all.


His Excellency Mohamed Saif Al Suwaidi, Director General of Abu Dhabi Fund for Development, said: “The global event highlights Abu Dhabi’s role as a premier hub for addressing international humanitarian concerns, demonstrating our steadfast commitment to harmonizing efforts that advance comprehensive development objectives.” He also emphasized the UAE’s extensive experience in sustainable development and humanitarian work, adding that hosting this conference reflects its commitment to leveraging all resources to anticipate the future, achieve sustainable development, and improve the quality of life for societies.


He highlighted that ADFD had been making sustainable economic and social impacts in developing countries for more than 50 years. It has achieved this through the implementation and development of strategic projects in vital sectors such as infrastructure, clean energy, agriculture, water, healthcare, and education services, which contribute to the prosperity of societies.


The conference welcomed experts, prominent figures, and decision-makers from various countries who have made significant contributions to global development, social impact investments, and charitable and humanitarian businesses.


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