Developing Nations Assistance
|ACI Developing Nations Airport Assistance (ACI-DNA) Programme|
|With the accelerating growth of aviation worldwide, the need to increase airport excellence in the fields of management, economics, safety, security and operations in developing countries is also growing.|
In order for ACI to play an even stronger role and to increase the capacity already provided by the semi-annual ACI Fund seminars, the World Governing Board has approved the creation of an additional programme known as the ACI Developing Nations Airport Assistance (ACI-DNA) Programme.
|Lead ACI’s effort to provide assistance to member airports in developing countries.|
|ACI DNA mandate|
|Manage ACI’s assistance programme effectively to achieve meaningful, sustainable results and engage in development of ACI member airports in developing countries, enabling those members’ effort to realize their development objectives.|
The ACI-DNA Programme’s objective is to support member airports in developing countries. It will do so by aiding airport initiatives that are sustainable, have impact, and bring results to those airport members.
This will be achieved by working with ACI’s regional offices in ACI Africa, ACI Asia-Pacific and ACI Latin America Caribbean along with CIFAL-Atlanta United National Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR).
|ACI has established the Airport Management Professional Accreditation Programme (AMPAP) fellowship programme to provide financial aid to qualified applicants from member airports of Least Developed Countries (UNCTAD list) and States to register for this programme.|
ACI AMPAP Fellowship Registration Form ⇓
|ACI Fund |
|The ACI Fund for Airports in Developing Nations is an international non-profit organization, without political affiliation, founded in 1993. Its objective is to assist airports in developing countries, particularly with regard to training and human resource development. Although an independent legal entity, the ACI Fund is an integral part of ACI’s global programmes and services.|
The ACI Fund is governed by the Fund Council, which is comprised of the founders and up to nine airport managers, with representation from all ACI regions.
|ACI Fund activities|
|Organising seminars or training courses for airport mangers in developing countries, in collaboration with host airports. Some of the training courses offered include seminars on: airport management, aerodrome certification, wildlife management, aerodrome security and safety management systems.|
|ACI Fund Council - September 2015 ⇓|
|More information / contribute|
|For further information regarding ACI Fund seminars or to contribute with an activity, please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.|