With world media focused almost exclusively on the crisis of the pandemic, war and unrest and environmental catastrophes, I believe that the World Humanitarian Forum (WHF) event this year is as timely and relevant as ever.
Microlise is delighted to attend the event to continue to lend support and expertise to the sector.
I think that the need for a connected, integrated and secure logistics and asset management solution in the NGO space has never been more important as budgets are tightening and challenges continue to mount.
Sourcing timely relief supply, understanding available resources, ensuring transportation is operating safely and is fully utilised and is tracked and monitored anywhere in the world; above all, accessing the combined intelligence and data to respond proactively, safely and at speed to initial relief requirements, can have a significant impact on outcomes.
Microlise has a virtual exhibition booth which delegates can visit by attending the event remotely. We look forward to meeting you there.
This year’s event is in a hybrid, primarily digital format. There are 5 thematic theatres, 3 dedicated exhibitions, 2 conferences, workshops and a high-level forum. It will support governments, not-for profits, institutions and private sector leaders to showcase cutting-edge innovations, discuss global trends and unveil ground-breaking solutions to provoke discussion and inspire creativity in the humanitarian sector, which will help to improve the lives of millions in need.
World Humanitarian Forum (WHF) is the largest and most inclusive nonpartisan forum in humanitarian aid and international development. WHF brings together decision-makers and opinion-formers in the public, private and non-profit sectors, as well as the next generation of partnership-builders. Through its annual WHF in London, WHF advances critical global discussions and transforms conversations into action, as well as providing a powerful forum to catalyse collaboration through shared-value approaches and social impact objectives.