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This last Global Forum on Remittances, Investment and Development (GFRID), held at the United Nations Headquarters on 15 and 16 June 2017, marks a decade of successful forums.
After completing the event, we have generated and shared the reports of the points concluded. You may find documents about the event, supporting documents and some related stuff. Please have a look at the listing page for more information.
The GFRID hosted the RemTECH Awards, developed by Mohr World Consulting and the International Money Transfer & Payments Conferences (IMTC), which showcased the most innovative and outstanding ideas, models and projects to improve remittance services worldwide.
The GFRID Remittance Marketplace saw the participation of 27 private sector entities who showcased their latest products and innovations to all Forum participants.
Have a glimpse of the moment from GFRID 2017 in form of Photos and Videos.
Remittances constitute a critical lifeline for around 1 billion people around the world. These vital flows of private money, sent by over 200 million international migrant workers, help families raise their living standards and contribute to improved health, education and housing.