Preparing For Shock: Communities are by Nature Resilient: Does Stronger Community Leadership in Preparedness Require International Agencies to Step Back?  – Video

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Communities are by nature resilient and working together are powerful leaders and implementers. When and how do we step back from external leadership to supporting community leadership and community involvement in preparedness and subsequent response?

Communities are by Nature Resilient: Does Stronger Community Leadership in Preparedness Require International Agencies to Step Back?

Our final panel discussion for today is – Communities are by Nature Resilient: Does Stronger Community Leadership in Preparedness Require International Agencies to Step Back? Panellists are: – Nicholas Van Praag, Director, Ground Truth Solutions, Austria (discussion moderator); – Regina Nanette Salvador-Antequisa, Director, Ecosystems Work for Essential Benefits Inc., Philippines; – Ahmed Ibrahim Abdi, ALDEF, Kenya; – and Michael Mosselmans, Head of Humanitarian Policy and Practice and of Humanitarian Programmes in LAC, Christian Aid, UK. #PreparingforShock #DEPP

Posted by Start Network on Wednesday, March 14, 2018


Panellists:
– Nicholas Van Praag, Director, Ground Truth Solutions, Austria (discussion moderator); 
– Regina Nanette Salvador-Antequisa, Director, Ecosystems Work for Essential Benefits Inc., Philippines; 
– Ahmed Ibrahim Abdi, ALDEF, Kenya; 
– and Michael Mosselmans, Head of Humanitarian Policy and Practice and of Humanitarian Programmes in LAC, Christian Aid, UK. 

Thank you to the Start Network for live-streaming this event.

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