Testimonials ADR2023 Panama ADR2022 Panama

“Great opportunity to exchange knowledge with other organisations and the private sector."Alejandro Murcia, Save The Children
"For our first-time event we are happy with the way it’s organised! Like the events, food, 1-2-1 meetings & time management" Sanne Van Heusden, Hospitainer BV
"Excellent space for interactions!" Manuel Santana, USAID Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance (BHA)
“The results of ADR contributed to the compliance of the ODS and the framework of SENDAC, as a co-critical mechanism by the private sector"Rafael Bonilla, CLRAH - Regional Logistics Center for Humanitarian Assistance; Panama
"It was a great experience and allowed us valuable reflections as well as connections" Dr. Lidia Fromm CEA, Mesoamerica Project
"First visit. We felt there was good opportunity for engagements & participation. We made some good contacts for future discussions." Douglas Banks, SOS Food Lab
“Extremely relevant; we want to participate in the resilience strengthening initiative"Dora Mejia, Speedcast
Action on Disaster Relief (ADR2024)
Location, Venue & Accommodation

Panama serves as a crossroad to the Americas, enjoying close proximity to the Caribbean. It is safe, welcoming, and multicultural, with a stable Government and expanding economy. Late 2019 saw the completion of phase 2 of its Regional Logistics Center for Humanitarian Assistance (CLRAH), Panama is also a regional headquarters for the United Nations, and enjoys fantastic transportation connections and trade links including, of course, the Panama Canal.
Located in one of the most dynamic and vibrant areas of Panama City, strategically placed close to the main attractions of the country, the Marriott Panama Hotel (formerly the Wyndham Albrook Mall Hotel) is the only hotel connected to the largest mall in Central America, and Panama's state-of-the-art Metro system for exploring the city.
Share a drink with friends at the rooftop infinity pool bar, offering beautiful views of the Panama Canal, or satisfy your taste buds at one of three on-site restaurants. Ideal for business, pleasure or conventions, thanks to its 331 guest rooms (all of which include free high-speed internet and amenities such as in-room coffee maker, LED cable TV, iron, and desk with egocentric chair, digital safe, fridge, complimentary bottled water, and air conditioning), 21 banquet rooms and its own convention center, or keep up with your workouts in the state-of-the-art fitness centre.
Preferential ADR Hotel Rates:
Action on Disaster Relief (ADR2024) participants may benefit from flexible, preferential accommodation rates, inclusive of breakfast and WiFi, when staying at the forum venue/Marriott Panama Hotel.

When booking, please ensure you are paying PNYX/ADR's preferential nightly rate because once payment is made, we will not be able to assist with amendments.
The vast majority of visitors to Panama require a visit visa and, in some cases, a U.S. ESTA when transiting to Panama. Many nationalities may obtain their visa upon arrival, but others must gain their visa before departing their country of origin. If you have any doubts, please consult the Embassy of Panama in the United States before travelling (website) and/or your local Panama Embassy/Consulate General.