CEO Rahim Greens to attend Int’l conference in London

GK NEWS NETWORK

Srinagar,Nov 18: Chief Executive Officer, Rahim Greens, Abdul Hamid Bhat has been invited to 22nd IAVE World Volunteer Conference to be held in London from December 10-12.
 The invitation to Hamid has been extended by the IAVE World President Dr. Kang Hyun Lee.  This year the theme of the conference is “Leading Tomorrow’s Global Volunteer Community –Together”.
 The conference features the Global Summit on Corporate Volunteering and presentation of the IAVE Global Corporate Volunteering Awards; the IAVE Global Dialogue on NGO-Corporate Volunteer, partnerships, featuring leaders from global companies and international NGOs focused on the partnership response to natural and man-made disasters; and the Global Convening of Volunteer Centres.
 Hamid, a Valley-based entrepreneur, is the member of IAVA for last years.
 He has attended much international conference included in Singapora, south Korea, Chang Wang and presented papers and released documentary of environment related issues and climate change.
 Hamid has also launched a plantation drive in Kashmir and during past four years has donated over 50,000 trees to various educational institutions and some departments.

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Lastupdate on : Mon, 19 Nov 2012 18:30:00 GMT
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