An insight into the Development Assistance Spending Trends in the Arab Region

Start Time

10 am

01, Apr

End Time

11 am

01, Apr

Address

01, Apr

There is an increasing demand for an evidence-based understanding of the strategic directions of the Development Aid Market in the Middle East. DARPE researchers identify and classify 500+ Tenders and Grants opportunities monthly from 350+ Procuring Agencies and profile 300+ organizations monthly of the whole eco-funding and development implementation landscape. As of today, DARPE portal has identified 6,000+ Tenders and Grants opportunities and 1,000+ Profiles of Development Assistance Providers and Implementing Partners alike covering the whole Middle East Region.

Whether you're engaging in funding planning allocation activities, partnerships establishment, business growth, market entry, local and regional expansion or simply trying to stay on top of what's happening in the Development Assistance Market of the Middle East, DARPE can help.

You are kindly invited to attend one hour webinar on how DARPE’s country-specific Development Spending Trends Analysis will make it easier for you to discover, analyze and visualize funding gaps and market saturation levels in terms developmental sectors and the professional services provision

The webinar Agenda will include the following;

  • Showcasing Country-Specific Development Spending Trends including Most Procuring Donors Agencies, Development Aid Priorities and Allocations 
  • A walk-through of DARPE platform demonstrating how its information and data will facilitate building informed partnerships, developing and designing projects more thoughtfully
Speaker Profile: Alaa Shaheen has served in the capacity of Business Development with a number of International Consulting Firms and International Foundations delivering Development Aid Funded socioeconomic and infrastructure projects in Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan, Palestine and Morocco. Companies and organizations included AECOM International Development, UNHCR and ANERA. Alaa has build trusted relationships and prepared several winning proposals for donors agencies including USAID, UNDP, European Union and GIZ among others.  Alaa has a Master Degree in Project Management, Brighton University 1996 and a Bachelor of Science in Engineering, the American University of Cairo, 1994.
DARPE is a leading Development Aid Intelligence & Tendering platform of the Middle East, enabling thousands of development consultants, solutions providers, non-governmental organizations, regional and international foundations to grow and sustain by showcasing their companies and organizations, find new leads and partners, prepare winning proposals more competitively and efficiently. Whether you are a Consulting Engineering Firm, Management Consulting, Development Consulting, Economic and Business Advisers, Non-Governmental Organization, Individual Consultant or any other between them and interested in the Middle East's Development Aid Market, then You are in the right place.
The Arab Foundation Forum is a not-for-profit association of Philanthropic foundations in the Arab region. The forum serves as a hub for networking, knowledge sharing and capacity building for its members and partners. They aim to foster dialogue and collaboration opportunities amongest their network in order to bolster the capacity and efficacy of strategic philanthropy in the Arab region.

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