Dubai, United Arab Emirates: Dr. Rehab Al Ameri, Secretary General of International Halal Accreditation Forum (IHAF) an independent, non-government network of accreditation bodies that aims to harmonise accreditation practises in halal will be speaking on the second day of the Global Trade Review (GTR) Middle East and North Africa (MENA) 2021 Virtual, the region’s biggest trade finance conference, on February 16.
As one of the event’s keynote speakers, Dr. Al Ameri will underscore how the halal trade’s integrity has strengthened with Islamic countries dependent on Islamic imports, as well as the need to harmonise certification and accreditation of halal food production to ensure the highest standards across different countries and regions.
The Secretary General will also tackle how the world’s first halal international accreditation network plays a major role in harmonising accreditation practises in the halal industry globally, stressing how the Forum helps facilitate efficient halal trade worldwide.
Dr. Al Ameri said: “IHAF knows that to accomplish our common objectives, we must achieve greater cooperation among partners and other concerned parties in the halal system. With this, I would like to express my gratitude to GTR MENA 2021 for allowing us to be part of this important event. This forum gives IHAF an opportunity to further spread our advocacy across when it comes to the growth of Halal industry. Our participation at this global innovative event is a step towards developing and unifying the halal food trade.”
IHAF is the first international accreditation entity to be based in the UAE, with 38 accreditation body-members and stakeholders from 35 countries across six continents.
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About the International Halal Accreditation Forum
The International Halal Accreditation Forum (IHAF) is an independent, non-government network of accreditation agencies all mandated to enforce halal standards in their countries and regions. IHAF is the world's first halal international accreditation network. It is also the first international accreditation entity to be based in the UAE. IHAF currently has 38 accreditation body-members and stakeholders from 35 countries across six continents.
Empowered by its aim to protect the growing number of halal consumers and to facilitate international halal trade, IHAF establishes a solid ground for the global industry of halal food and non-food products. Based in the UAE and spearheaded by the Dubai Islamic Economy Development Center (DIEDC) and the Emirates Authority for Standardization and Metrology (ESMA), IHAF is anchored on the belief that greater cooperation among regional and international organizations is key in creating a halal industry that is strong, stable, reliable and responsive to the needs of consumers and businesses across the world.
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