UNICEF DRC Humanitarian Situation Report No. 6 (Upsurge of violence in Rutshuru territory): 21-27 November 2022

• Despite the decision a ceasefire after the mini-Summit held in Angola fighting continue in the western part of Rutshuru territory, causing additional population displacements

• Over 370,000 persons, including 228,000 women, have been displaced since the start of the conflict 49% live in sites and collective shelters, 92% of the sites are in Nyragongo territory

• 36 suspected cholera cases have been reported in Nyragongo territory including 29 from the Kanyaruchinya health area • UNICEF and partners continue aiding the most vulnerable households through NFI-kits distributions and WASH, child protection, health, education, and nutrition interventions in this volatile and unpredictable environment

Situation Overview

Fighting continue in the western part of Rutshuru territory towards Bwito’s chiefdom in Tongo and Bambo area. The M23 reportedly extended is control over the villages of Buhambi, Bambo, and Kishishe.

A mini summit on “peace and security in eastern DRC” (Luanda, November 23) was organized by Angola’s President in his role as mediator between the DRC and Rwanda. Participants included the President of the DRC, Burundi and Kenya. Rwanda was represented by its Minister of Foreign Affairs. Among the conclusions, a cessation of hostilities between M23 and FARDC was decided for Friday 25 November. However, no cease-fire has yet been observed. Clashes continued after 25 November in the west Rutshuru towards the areas bordering Masisi territory and on the Nyamilima – Ishasha axis north of Rutshuru causing further population movements.

A worrying 65% increase of suspected cholera cases is being reported, from 62 suspected cases in the province in during the epidemiological week (EW) 46 (14-20 november) to 102 suspected cases in EW47 (21-27 november). 36 of these suspected cases are from Nyiragongo territory including 29 from the Kanyaruchinya health area where 168,000 people are displaced in overcrowded and precarious sites and collective shelters.

IOM estimates that over 370,000 persons, including 228,000 women, have been displaced since the start of the conflict 49% live in sites and collective shelters, 92% of the sites are in Nyragongo territory. (DTM – IOM, 28 November 2021).

Source: UN Children’s Fund

UN launches record $51.5 billion humanitarian appeal for 2023

Next year will set another record for humanitarian relief requirements with 339 million people in need of assistance in 69 countries, an increase of 65 million people compared to the same time last year, the United Nations and partner organizations said today.

The estimated cost of the humanitarian response going into 2023 is US$51.5 billion, a 25 per cent increase compared to the beginning of 2022, according to the 2023 Global Humanitarian Overview (GHO).

“This is our SOS call for help,” said Joyce Msuya, Assistant Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Deputy Emergency Relief Coordinator during a launch event in the Saudi capital, jointly hosted by the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) and the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre (KSrelief).

“If this SOS is heard, then we will have the power not just to alleviate suffering in the short-term but to ensure millions of the world’s most vulnerable people can secure the right to a life of lasting dignity, away from a world of permanent crisis and towards a world of permanent prosperity.”

The Overview paints a stark picture of what lies ahead:

• At least 222 million people in 53 countries will face acute food insecurity by the end of 2022.

Forty-five million people in 37 countries risk starvation.

• Public health is under pressure by COVID-19, monkeypox, vector-borne diseases and outbreaks of Ebola and Cholera.

• Climate change is driving up risks and vulnerability. By the end of the century, extreme heat could claim as many lives as cancer.

• Ten countries have appeals exceeding $1 billion: Afghanistan ($4.6 billion), Syria ($4.4 billion), Ukraine ($3.9 billion), Yemen ($4.2 billion), Ethiopia ($3.5 billion) the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Somalia ($2.3 billion each), South Sudan and Sudan ($1.7 billion each), and finally Nigeria ($1.2 billion).

“Two of the major humanitarian challenges to addressing global food insecurity are lack of safe humanitarian access to areas in which aid is most needed, and insufficient levels of funding,” Dr.

Abdullah Al Rabeeah, Adviser to the Saudi Royal Court and Supervisor General of King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre. “Humanitarian organizations must work closely with governments to ensure the safe transport of aid to those most in need while also providing protection for aid workers. Also, we must encourage all countries able to do so to step up their funding levels urgently to alleviate the catastrophic levels of suffering we are seeing today in so many parts of the world.”

This year, humanitarian organizations have delivered assistance to stave off the most urgent needs of millions of people. This includes food assistance for 127 million people; sufficient safe water for nearly 26 million people; livelihood assistance for 24 million people; mental health and psychosocial support for 13 million children and caregivers; maternal health consultations for 5.2 million mothers; and healthcare services for 5.8 million refugees and asylum-seekers, among other interventions.

Humanitarians have painstakingly negotiated access to communities in need, recently in the Haitian capital Port-au-Prince to deliver water and food rations. And the Black Sea Grain Initiative has been renewed, ensuring a continuous flow of food commodities to global markets from Ukraine.

National organizations are providing locally grounded guidance as members of eight out of ten Humanitarian Country Teams. And local organizations led by women are engaged in humanitarian planning and programming from Afghanistan to Central African Republic.

Donors have provided a generous $24 billion in funding as of mid-November 2022, but needs are rising faster than the financial support. The funding gap has never been greater, currently at 53 per cent. Humanitarian organizations are therefore forced to make calls who to target with the funds available.

Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs

Capacity-building in evaluation and research for attacks on health care

Cairo, Twenty-three experts from the WHO Regional Offices for the Eastern Mediterranean and Africa met in Kigali, Rwanda, participated in training for research on attacks on health care workshop between 21 and 26 November 2022.

The workshop aimed to demystify the operational research process and build capacity of frontline workers to identify evidence gaps in operational protection and prevention measures against attacks while identifying approaches to collect, analyse, and disseminate evidence for operational guidance.

Participants were provided with the vital tools to identify research topics related to attacks on health care and their impact on health service delivery and by the end of the training 21 research proposals were developed for evaluation and operational research addressing gaps in evidence.

“WHO is taking attacks on health care with extreme concern as they deprive people from urgently needed life-saving essential health services, and most particularly in contexts where access to health care is already limited,” said Dr Samar Al-Mutawakel, WHO Regional Attacks on Health Care Focal Point for the Eastern Mediterranean.

“Operational research-generating evidence that addresses the existing evidence gaps in this area of work is the cornerstone for supporting better prevention, protection and response measures against attacks,” added Dr Al-Mutawakel.

In 2012, WHO launched its own the Attacks on Health Care initiative at the request of Member States (WHA Res 65.20) to address the issue of attacks on health care in countries and territories affected by complex humanitarian emergencies. Since then, the Attacks on Health Care initiative has been implemented in 18 settings, including 8 in the Eastern Mediterranean Region and 6 in the African Region.

Source: World Health Organization

Note to correspondents: Joint Communiqué: 6th AU-UN Annual Conference

On 1 December 2022, the African Union (AU) Commission Chairperson, Moussa Faki Mahamat, and the United Nations (UN) Secretary-General, António Guterres, held the 6th African Union-United Nations Annual Conference in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

The Chairperson and the Secretary-General welcomed the continuing strong cooperation and collaboration between the two organizations. The Chairperson and the Secretary-General reviewed progress in implementing the “UN-AU Joint Framework for Enhanced Partnership in Peace and Security” and the “AU-UN Framework for the Implementation of Agenda 2063 and the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.” They noted the considerable progress made while acknowledging that recent global developments, including the COVID-19 pandemic, have set back peace, security and development efforts. They emphasized the need to scale up joint efforts in advancing the effective implementation of the Women, Peace and Security agenda and the Youth, Peace Security agenda, ending poverty and hunger, reducing inequality, promoting food and energy security, and improving the health and wellbeing of African citizens.

The Annual Conference welcomed the recent developments in Ethiopia and reviewed current challenges in the Sahel, the Horn of Africa and the Great Lakes regions, including the transitions in Burkina Faso, Chad, Guinea, Mali and the Sudan.

On Ethiopia, the Chairperson and the Secretary-General welcomed the African Union-led peace process that resulted in the signing of the Agreement for Lasting Peace through a Permanent Cessation of Hostilities and the subsequent Declaration of the Senior Commanders on the Modalities for the Implementation of the Agreement between the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia and the Tigray People’s Liberation Front. They urged the parties to ensure implementation of the Agreement and to address outstanding issues through the AU framework in a spirit of reconciliation in order to reach a lasting political settlement and silence the guns. Further, they commended the High-Level Panel comprising the AU High Representative for the Horn of Africa, H.E. Olusegun Obasanjo, Former President Uhuru Kenyatta and Former Deputy President Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka for their continued leadership of the peace process.

On Libya, the Chairperson and the Secretary-General agreed to continue working closely with Libyan stakeholders to sustain the ceasefire agreement and enhance its implementation. They further agreed to continue supporting the ongoing Libyan-owned and led political process facilitated by the United Nations. They also agreed to support efforts by the AU to organize the national reconciliation conference.

On the Sahel region, they expressed concern over the recent unconstitutional changes of government and reiterated their commitment to jointly support peaceful and timely return to constitutional order. The Chairperson and the Secretary-General further expressed deep concern over the deteriorating security and humanitarian situation, as well as the growing threat posed by terrorism and violent extremism in the region and underscored the importance of addressing the underlying conditions conducive to the spread of terrorism. The Chairperson and the Secretary-General reaffirmed their commitment, in partnership with ECOWAS and the G5 Sahel, to support the Independent High-level Panel on Security and Development in the Sahel under the leadership of Former President Mahamadou Issoufou of Niger. They also welcomed the momentum generated by the Accra Initiative to address the security challenges in West Africa and further called for enhanced cooperation among countries in the region in the fight against terrorism.

On Mali, the Chairperson and the Secretary-General took note of the progress attained in implementing the Transition Roadmap in Mali and the 2015 Agreement for Peace and Reconciliation in Mali, resulting from the Algiers process. They further welcomed the conclusions of the 3rd Meeting of the Transition Support Group on Mali, held in Lomé on 6 September 2022, under the auspices of the Government of Togo and urged for the fulfillment of pledges of support for the Malian transition. The Chairperson and the Secretary-General noted the efforts by ECOWAS to address outstanding issues through dialogue and the promotion of peaceful coexistence and good neighborliness.

The Chairperson and the Secretary-General expressed deep concern over the situation in Burkina Faso, including the recent coup d’état and the deteriorating security and humanitarian situations. They urged the transition authorities to work towards the restoration of constitutional order.

On Guinea, the Chairperson and the Secretary-General took note of the preliminary agreement reached with the transition authorities on the duration of the transition and congratulated H.E. Yayi Boni, Former President of the Republic of Benin and ECOWAS Mediator for Guinea, for his efforts. They condemned the use of coercive measures that infringed fundamental freedoms and human rights and called on transition authorities to respect the individual and collective freedoms of Guinean citizens.

On Chad, the Chairperson and the Secretary-General called on all Chadian stakeholders to pursue inclusive dialogue towards an inclusive consensual and expeditious return to constitutional order in accordance with Chad’s regional and international commitments. They agreed to continue collaborating with the Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS) to support the transition process. They condemned the response to the protests of 20 October 2022 and called for a credible investigation. They reiterated the need to respect the fundamental freedoms and human rights of Chadian citizens

On the Sudan, the Chairperson and the Secretary-General stressed the importance of a political solution to restore a civilian-led government that meets the aspirations of the Sudanese people. They commended the commitment of all stakeholders to the process of restoring constitutional order in the Sudan. They reiterated the need for an inclusive political process to ensure full ownership and legitimacy of the outcome. They reaffirmed their support to the AU-IGAD-UNITAMS Trilateral Mechanism as the process facilitator and expressed appreciation to the international community for their continued engagement and assistance.

On the Central African Republic (CAR), the Chairperson and the Secretary-General condemned all attacks perpetrated in CAR against civilians, including conflict-related sexual violence, as well as attacks, provocations, and incitement to violence, against the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Mission for the Stabilization of CAR (MINUSCA). They commended the Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS) and the International Conference on the Great Lakes Region (ICGLR) for their continued support of the peace process in the CAR. They underscored the need for advancing the implementation of the Political Agreement for Peace and Reconciliation (APPR) and the Luanda Roadmap and commended plans for deploying the AU Panel of the Wise. The Chairperson and the Secretary-General appealed for continued international humanitarian assistance, including finding solutions to the issues of forced displacements linked to the crisis in CAR, in accordance with the provisions of the Global Refugee Compact.

On the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), they expressed deep concern over the continued violence perpetrated by armed groups in eastern DRC. They deplored the humanitarian impact of continued violence, called on all parties to permit unfettered humanitarian access, and encouraged international partners to redouble their support to the humanitarian response. They reaffirmed their commitment to the Peace, Security and Cooperation Framework for the DRC and the region. They renewed their support for the East African Community-led process and its facilitator, Former President Uhuru Kenyatta, and the implementation of the ICGLR-led initiative under the auspices of President João Lourenço of the Republic of Angola. In this regard, they welcomed the final Communiqué issued following the Mini-Summit in Luanda on 23 November 2022 and called for its full implementation.

On the humanitarian front, they expressed deep concern about the dire humanitarian situations in the Horn of Africa and the Sahel regions due to drought and conflict with severe consequences for the populations. They reaffirmed their commitment to addressing these challenges and appealed to the international community to scale up humanitarian support for the affected regions. They also noted the gender dimension of the humanitarian situations and called for special attention to the plight of women and girls.

The Chairperson and the Secretary-General noted the initiative of the African Union to establish the Africa Supporting Inclusive Transitions Facility (AFSIT) to, among others, promote the inclusivity of women and youth in transition processes.

The Chairperson and the Secretary-General reiterated their commitment towards predictable, sustainable, and flexible financing for AU-led peace support operations authorized by the Security Council, including through access to UN-assessed contributions. The meeting also highlighted the need for predictable and multi-year financing to be secured for the African Union Transition Mission in Somalia, which is essential for the Mission to attain its mandate and key to supporting the ongoing security transition in Somalia.

The Chairperson and the Secretary-General discussed the human rights situation on the continent and reiterated the commitment to further strengthen cooperation on promoting human and peoples’ rights in Africa as part of the 75th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, to be commemorated in 2023.

The Chairperson and the Secretary-General welcomed the progress made at the UN Climate Change Conference (COP27) in Sharm El-Sheikh and were encouraged by efforts to address the cascading effects of climate change on sustainable development and stability in Africa. They emphasized the importance of investing in and meeting the challenges of mitigation and adaptation to climate change and called for enhanced access to climate finance, including in conflict-affected contexts. They further underscored the need to increase efforts to integrate climate change considerations into conflict prevention, peacemaking, peacekeeping, and peacebuilding, recognizing the differentiated vulnerabilities and capacities of women, men, girls and boys.

They underscored the need for strengthening capacities to address climate change, food security and energy issues. They welcomed the new UN Global Early Warning Initiative for the Implementation of Climate Adaptation and agreed to cooperate further in analyzing climate-related security risks and developing effective risk management strategies.

The Chairperson and the Secretary-General underscored the importance of deeper horizontal and vertical integration, coordination, collaboration, and alignment of UN-AU work towards implementing Agenda 2063 and the 2030 Agenda in support of AU Member States, including through the Regional Collaborative Platform and UN country teams. They agreed to enhance the joint implementation of Agenda 2030 and the 2063 Agenda by promoting a results-based approach focused on energy access, food security, climate action, financing for development and governance.

On the post-COVID recovery, they called for a major financial infusion from the global financial and development community, addressing illicit financial flows and adequate compensation for the damages of climate change on the continent.

The Chairperson and the Secretary-General noted that the current global challenges offer an opportunity for Africa to re-engineer its development path and promote rapid economic recovery that is both inclusive and sustainable. The effective implementation of the African Continental Free Trade Area will boost economic integration, industrialization and diversification, and productivity and foster private sector development. They underlined the imperative to boost domestic resource mobilization, improve infrastructure, transform the mining sector and invest in skills development. They called for the revitalization of the trilateral framework between the AU, EU and the UN.

The Chairperson and the Secretary-General agreed to convene the Seventh AU-UN Annual Conference in 2023 in New York at a date to be mutually agreed.

Source: UN Secretary-General

‫ جي دبليو أم تعقد مؤتمرها الخارجي للعام 2022، وتكشف عن أحدث استراتيجياتها العالمية

باودينغ، الصين، 4 كانون الأول/ديسمبر 2022 / PRNewswire / – يوم 2 كانون الأول/ديسمبر، عقدت شركة GWM (جي دبليو أم) مؤتمرها الخارجي للعام 2022 بعنوان “جي دبليو أم واحدة: أضيئوا العالم” في بانكوك بتايلاند.  وكشفت جي دبليو أم عن بناء العلامة التجارية العالمية ومخطط منتجاتا، وأوضحت إستراتيجية علامتها التجارية بشكل أكبر.

GWM Holds 2022 Overseas Conference, Revealing Latest Global Strategy

حضر الحدث أكثر من 200 موزع من أكثر من 50 دولة ومنطقة، مثل أستراليا ودول مجلس التعاون الخليجي وآسيان.

وأعلن موفنغ، رئيس جي دبليو أم، عن استراتيجية العلامة التجارية الجديدة للشركاء العالميين، أي أن العلامة التجارية ستطور قنوات مجمعة ومنتجًا فرديًا عالميًا كبيرًا حول مفهوم “ج دبليو أم واحدة”، وفي الوقت نفسه، ستزيد الاستثمار في البحث والتطوير بناءً على نظامها للغابات، وذلك لتسريع تحول العلامة التجارية إلى شركة تقنية ذكية عالمية، وبناء مخطط عالمي لمرافق البحث والتطوير.

واصلت جي دبليو أم النمو في الأسواق الخارجية حتى أثناء فترات تفشي الوباء المتكررة ونقص الرقائق.  وفي تشرين الأول/أكتوبر 2022، تجاوز إجمالي حجم مبيعات الشرمة في الخارج 20000، بزيادة سنوية قدرها 49.6٪.  من كانون الثاني / يناير إلى تشرين الأول/أكتوبر، تجاوزت المبيعات التراكمية لـ ج دبليو أم  ما قدره 130000 وحدة، بزيادة سنوية قدرها 18.6%، مؤكدة تزايد قوة العلامة التجارية في العولمة.

لقد طرحت جي دبليو أم بالفعل عددًا من منتجات الطاقة الجديدة في العالم، مما يدل على قوتها الرائدة في مجال السيارات الذكية وسيارات الطاقة الجديدة،  ويعزز التأثير العالمي لمنتجات الطاقة الجديدة لشركة جي دبليو أم. من خلال مسار مخطط للتكرار المستقبلي لنماذج الطاقة الجديدة، ستطلق أيضًا منتجات طاقة ذكية وجديدة متطورة لتلبية طلب المستخدمين على السفر الأخضر في السوق العالمية.

من خلال استيعاب طلبات المستهلكين بطريقة عميقة، ستعمل جي دبليو أم على تحسين الرضا بين المستخدمين العالميين من خلال الابتكار في الفئة والتسويق.  ووفقًا لباركر شي، نائب رئيس جي دبليو أم، تخطط العلامة التجارية لاستثمار المزيد من الموارد في الأنشطة، مثل احتفالات المشجعين، ومهرجانات تسوق السيارات، والتسويق القائم على الألعاب الرياضية، إلى جانب التعمق في أسواق الفئات المختلفة مع العشرات من سيارات العلامة التجارية الفرعية الخمس الرئيسية، وهي هافال، وتانك، بيك أب، وي، وأورا.  ومن خلال القيام بذلك، تأمل جي دبليو أم في زيادة جاذبيتها للمزيد من المستخدمين المحتملين.

في هذا الحدث، شارك ممثل جي دبليو أم في تايلاند الخبرة المحلية للفرع في العمليات الناجحة.  من خلال نموذج عمليات فريد يجمع بين إجراء عبر الإنترنت وغير متصل بالإنترنت للاستعلام عن المعلومات والخبرة في الموقع، إلى جانب خدمة من الباب إلى الباب، لتسهيل عملية شراء السيارات للمستخدمين.  وأصبح هذا المسار البيئي الجديد للفرع نموذجًا لعمليات جي دبليو أم الناجحة في الأسواق الخارجية.

بدعم من التقنيات المتقدمة، ستسارع جي دبليو أم في التوسع الخارجي بطريقة شاملة، وتروج لمنتجاتها وتقنياتها وخدماتها وغيرها على طول السلاسل الصناعية الكاملة التي سيتم إطلاقها في الأسواق الخارجية.  نظرًا لأن العلامة التجارية تكتسب تأثيرًا عالميًا، فإنها ستلبي طلب المستخدمين العالميين إلى جانب موزعيها في جميع أنحاء العالم.

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‫سيعقد المؤتمر العالمي للإيكولوجيا الرقمية الأول في 13 ديسمبر

ستجتمع الأسماء الكبيرة في المجال الرقمي في هانغتشو

هانغتشو، الصين، 3 ديسمبر 2022 / PRNewswire / — يعد المعرض العالمي للتجارة الرقمية ( GDTE ) حاليًا التجمع المهني العالمي الرسمي الوحيد من نوعه في الصين مع موضوع التجارة الرقمية الذي وافقت عليه اللجنة المركزية للحزب الشيوعي الصيني ومجلس الدولة. وتستضيف هذا الحدث الحكومة الشعبية لمقاطعة تشجيانغ ووزارة التجارة في جمهورية الصين الشعبية، وتنظمه الحكومة الشعبية لبلدية هانغتشو، وإدارة التجارة في مقاطعة تشجيانغ، ومكتب تنمية التجارة في وزارة التجارة. سيعقد أول معرض عالمي للتجارة الرقمية في مركز هانغتشو الدولي للمعارض في 11-14 ديسمبر 2022، بهدف المشاركة في تطوير قواعد التجارة العالمية وعرض الإنجازات في تشكيل وتطوير الاقتصاد الرقمي. كما يهدف إلى إنشاء منصة دولية رائدة للتجارة الرقمية تتميز بالاحترافية والرقمنة والسيناريوهات والعولمة والتفاعلات عبر الإنترنت وخارجها، للجمع بين المهنيين الأجانب والصينيين والباحثين والشركات الرائدة في الصناعة الذين سيستكشفون بنشاط مسارات لتطوير التجارة الرقمية. كواحدة من الجلسات الرئيسية خلال المعرض العالمي للتجارة الرقمية، سيعقد المؤتمر العالمي الأول للإيكولوجيا الرقمية 2022 (المشار إليه فيما يلي باسم “مؤتمر الإيكولوجيا”) في مركز هانغتشو الدولي للمعارض في 13 ديسمبر.

The First Global Digital Ecosystem Conference 2022

يقترح مخطط الخطة الخمسية الرابعة عشرة (2021-2025) للتنمية الاقتصادية والاجتماعية الوطنية ورؤية 2035 لجمهورية الصين الشعبية “بناء نظام قواعد رقمية وإنشاء بيئة رقمية مفتوحة وصحية وآمنة “. وباعتباره منتدى مهنيًا يركز على النظام البيئي للتجارة الرقمية، سيجمع مؤتمر الإيكولوجيا أشخاصًا موهوبين من جميع أنحاء المجال، وسيقود تطوير نظام بيئي رقمي صحي وسريع ومنظم للصين، وسيستكشف بشكل مشترك أفضل الطرق لتعزيز الحوار والمشاركة في الجهود التعاونية نحو إنشاء نظام بيئي رقمي عالمي كفء وفعال.

وسيدعو مؤتمر الإيكولوجيا، الذي يحمل عنوان “التكنولوجيا الجديدة، الشكل الجديد، النموذج الجديد”، تان جيانرونغ، الباحث الأقدم في الأكاديمية الصينية للهندسة، وبيل روسكيو، زميل الأكاديمية الملكية للهندسة والأكاديمية الأوروبية للعلوم، إلى إلقاء كلمات رئيسية. ومن بين المتحدثين الآخرين يي جون، نائب رئيس مجموعة علي بابا ورئيس DingTalk ؛ وبن هنغلين، العضو التنفيذي في لجنة مقاطعة تشجيانغ للمؤتمر الاستشاري السياسي للشعب الصيني والمشرف الخارجي على بنك البناء الصيني؛ وأندرياس هوب، نائب الرئيس العالمي السابق لشركة ساب، الذي سيحلل اتجاهات التنمية المستقبلية في البيئة الرقمية والاقتصاد الرقمي.

وسيضم المؤتمر أيضًا منتدى التطبيقات والتكنولوجيا الرقمية ومنتدى العولمة الرقمية، حيث سيُدعى الفنيون وقادة المشاريع الرقمية من الشركات الرائدة في المجال الرقمي من جميع أنحاء العالم لمناقشة الموضوعات الساخنة مثل سلاسل التوريد الرقمية، وبلوكتشين، والواقع الافتراضي، والذكاء الاصطناعي، والخدمات السحابية، وأمن البيانات، وإدارة الكربون.

رابط التسجيل المسبق للزوار المحترفين لمؤتمر الإيكولوجيا: https://live.gdte.org.cn/en-US/eventShows?cateid=427350490452828160&track=18M5OVLE

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