Exhibition

IDBG Annual Meeting > Exhibition

Exhibition of Innovative Solutions
In Health, Education & Youth Employment

May 15-19, 2016
Jakarta International Convention Center

Innovative Solutions

Download information on all the exhibited projects

Innovation is the most crucial element to build competency of countries for survival and competition in the global market. A country’s ability to innovate and apply the relevant technologies determines its strengths to foster development and sustain socio-economic growth.

Many IDB Member Countries have excelled in improving lives of their people by innovating solutions in agriculture, health, education, water, energy efficiency, etc. Many lessons as well as the processes and methodologies to innovate can be learnt from these countries.

Aware of the importance of innovation for greater development and economic growth, the IDB held three Innovation Exhibitions during the 38th, 39th and 40th Annual Meeting of the IDB Board of Governors in the Republic of Tajikistan, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Republic of Mozambique respectively.

Encouraged by the successes achieved in the past three years, the IDB will once again stage a 5-day innovation exhibition in Jakarta from 15-19 May 2016 to showcase innovative practices and solutions from the IDB Member Countries. This year, the exhibition will focus on innovative solutions in Health, Education and Youth Capacity Building and Employment that bolster development in IDB’s Member Countries.

The solutions showcased were identified based on the following criteria:

  • Innovation and uniqueness
  • Contribution or expected contribution to the improvement of the socio-economic status of the people in the country
  • Replicability of use in other countries

For more information, please contact KMI@isdb.org

Image


Participating Organizations


 

Islamic Development Bank IDB Logo color

ICIEC ICIEC

ICD    ICD New Logo

ITFC    

INOTIS Sarl (Algeria)  

High Tech Park (Azerbaijan)  

Shidhulai Swanirvar Sangstha (Bangladesh)  3

Nafham (Egypt)  2

Ministry of Youth and Sports (Bangladesh  5

Istebdaa’ LLC.      

Centre de Recherche et de Valorisation des Plantes Médicinales de Dubréka (Guinea)

Agate Studio (PT. Agate International) (Indonesia)  7

Mustafa Prize Iran (Iran)  8

Ministry of Science and Technology (Iraq)  

Princess Basma High School for Girls (Jordan)

Scientific Research Institute of Radiation Medicine and Ecology (Kazakhstan)  10

Kuwait Fund for Development (Kuwait)  11

Ministry of Health, Malaysia (Malaysia)
Mix Malaysia

Moroccan foundation for Advanced Science, Innovation & Research (MASCIR) (Morocco)  7

Nafath Renewable Energy (Oman)  15

Ministry of Inter Provincial Coordination (Pakistan)  16

Al Nayzak for Supportive Education and Scientific Innovation (Palestine)  8

King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology Incubator (Saudi)  18

Research and development center of Senegal (Senegal)  19

Sudan University for Science and Technology (Sudan)  12

 

Gene Engineering and Biotechnology Institute, Tubitak (Turkey)  21

The Educate! (Uganda)  10

United Nations Development Program (UNDP)  

Gavi- The Vaccine Alliance  11

Lembaga Pengembangan Inovasi dan Kewirausahaan ITB (LPIK ITB) (Indonesia)  13

PT Dirgantara Indonesia  26

PT Regio Aviasi Industri  

Indonesia Mengajar  14