4th Global Humanitarian Aviation Conference King Hussein Bin Talal Convention Center - Dead Sea – Jordan October 9th–11th2012
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مركز الملك حسين بن طلال للمؤتمرات - البحر الميت
من التاسع الى الحادي عشر من شهر أكتوبر لعام 2012

Dear All,
Greetings & Salutations,
The United Nations World Food Programme the world’s Largest Humanitarian Organization and UN’s front line agency fighting global hunger is very pleased to announce the commencing of the 4th Global Humanitarian Aviation Conference in close coordination with the International Civil Aviation Organization-ICAO, General Civil Aviation Authority-GCAA UAE, Civil Aviation Regulatory Commission-CARC and Jordan Aviation-JATE. The conference will be held in October 9-11, 2012 at the King Hussein Bin Talal Convention Center, Dead Sea-Jordan.

As the Regional Aviation Safety Officer and on behalf of the WFP, I cordially invite you to the forthcoming global humanitarian aviation conference to be our guest, to share knowledge and gain intuitive on humanitarian aviation challenges, elucidations and best practices.

Please visit the conference website at www.annualghac.com to complete your registration and for further insightful information about the conference, and its main goals and objectives.

As we are becoming a globally recognized aviation safety team member, we are entrusted in providing the utmost possible support to all WFP service providers and the aviation industry in general and as a step to ensure the highest benefits exposure attending the conference will be FREE OF CHARGE.

The success of this effort depends upon all attendees’ participation, their passion of making the skies safer, and the contributions of ideas and positive support .

We hope very much that you will be able to attend this conference and are looking forward to see in Jordan for the conference.

Invitation
The united Nations World Food Programme, with the support of the Governments of the United Arab Emirates and Jordan, the International Civil Aviation Organization, and national aviation authorities, cordially invite you to this major event.
Key Topics
  • Global strategies for humanitarian aviation
  • New Aviation Safety Priorities and initiatives
  • Solutions to improve humanitarian aviation safety
  • Forging partnerships: Humanitarian, public, Private
  • Briefing from industry leaders, regulators, UN and international agencies
Strategic Partners
Kindly RSVP by submitting your registration online or by downloading the form and submitting it to: sharjah.asu@wfp.org
www.annualghac.com
Attendance is Free of Charge

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FOR HUMANITARIAN AIR

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