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Xujing Town in Qingpu District is working to enhance the mobilization capabilities of procurement entities in the town under a sustainable procurement program initiated by the United Nations and international organizations. Recently, a seminar on the empowerment of science and technology for sustainable development in humanitarianism was held in the town. The “Knowledge Sharing, Capacity Building and Supporting Service Program on Sustainable Procurement of UN/International Organizations” has been launched in Xujing, with the goal of providing a platform for Chinese businesses to participate in the international public procurement market.

Enterprises like COSCO Shipping Lines Co Ltd and LONGi Green Energy Technology Co Ltd showcased their innovative products and solutions in areas such as hemostatic products, life-saving units, emergency material support, advanced medical treatment materials, and global shipping solutions. These companies are demonstrating China’s capabilities and competitiveness in international public procurement, and are encouraged to contribute their innovative solutions to global humanitarian efforts through the power of science and technology.

Chen Yu, deputy Party secretary and governor of Xujing, emphasized the importance of this collaboration with the UN. Deng Yan, head of the foreign aid material supply station of Red Cross Society of China, stressed the role of scientific and technological innovation in advancing humanitarian causes in the face of frequent international crises. Under this framework, Xujing is committed to fully utilizing the program, mobilizing program suppliers, and creating a conducive environment for international public procurement and the sustainable development of humanitarian causes.

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