DIHAD is the largest gathering of the Humanitarian sector in the MENA region. The 2018 edition of the event is expected to welcome more than 500 exhibiting companies and 15,000 attendees from 150+ countries.
- The only large scale humanitarian event in the Middle East
- Attended by key decision makers, procurement and logistics officials from leading international, regional & local NGOs, UN Agencies, Governmental Departments and international associations.
- A Specialized platform of goods and services for disaster response operations, humanitarian aid projects and development programs
- A strategic location in a global hub for a variety of humanitarian support services and functions and the safest closest location to the ongoing conflict zones of the middle east.
- Introduce yourself to the top relief agencies, NGOs, donors and procurers of the humanitarian sector
- To help us in our drive to alleviate suffering and enrich humanity
2017 Show Summary
2017 Post Show Report
- Professionals related to Independent Charity Organisations
- Procurement and logistics officials of NGOs and UN agencies
- Civil Defense
- Traders & Exporters
- Manufacturers & Distributors
- Food manufacturers & emergency food
- Pharmaceuticals & drugs
- Temporary housing and shelter
- Power generators and power supply equipment
- Solar energy systems & products
- Vehicles and transportations
- Builders’ supplies
- Educational courses & products.
- 40%: Traditional humanitarian organizations, including inter-governmental, governmental and non-governmental bodies and organizations
- 10%: Scientific laboratories/research institutes
- 30%: Corporate sector
- 10%:Military & Civil Defense
- 10%: Academic and social science research institutes
“DIHAD is an event that brings together many different countries, where we can meet common people and help them understand the region and engage with global organizations. DIHAD is strategically placed in Dubai where people from around the world with diverse cultures work together, making it the hub for active humanitarian activities.”
Mr. Sean Lawrie
Director Start networks