IBC PARTICIPATED IN AIDEX EXHIBITION


The International Blue Crescent Foundation (IBC) participated in the AIDEX exhibition, where humanitarian and pioneering institutions in development assistance met. The fair is the location of those who help the most vulnerable countries in the world. Here civil society and international institutions combine their work and ideas. The exhibition since 2011 is held in Brussels every year.

Each year, more than 2,500 representatives of the humanitarian aid and development community from 60 countries are participating. Participants are UN Agencies, EU, Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, local and international NGOs, government and private sector. Tolga Baca, Ömer Kaya and Emrah Genç attended to the exhibition in Brussels.



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