The upcoming fifth edition of Future Investment Initiative to be held under the theme “Invest in Humanity”, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia from October 26-28 will bring together more than 2,000 missions and 5,000 participants.
The 5th edition will discuss ways to invest in clean water, education, public health, gender equality and fighting poverty, mainly in the countries that could not receive Covid-19 vaccines, Future Investment Initiative (FII) Institute CEO Richard Attias was quoted as saying in a Saudi Press Agency (SPA) report.
The conference was held with the participation of FII Institute COO Rakan Tarabzoni and Director of ACT and Head of Investments at FII Institute Anthony Berkley, and moderated by Rima Al-Medaires.
“The percentage of people who received the vaccine in Africa stands at around 1%, which brings a sense of regret, where we should be generous, sharing and inclusive, and these are the directives that we received from leaders when we established the institute," Attias added, pointing out to the Kingdom Vision 2030 and its vital community through empowering young men and women and its positive impact on humanity.
The CEO noted that all types of sectors have started working normally after the pandemic, where all sectors need sustainability through investing in humanity, stressing that the institute’s program urges this.