Preparing For Shock: Finding the Right Approach for 2030 – Innovative Programming and Funding Models – Video

Project: Age and Disability Capacity Programme (ADCAP)AlertBetter Dialogue Better Information Better Action (CDAC-N)External partner: HLAExternal Project: Local to Global ProtectionFinancial EnablersImproved Early Warning Early Action EthiopiaLearning ProjectLinking Preparedness Resilience and ResponseProtection in PracticePublic Health Preparedness in GambellaShifting The PowerStrengthening Emergency Preparedness Systems in MyanmarTalent DevelopmentTransforming Surge CapacityUrban Early Warning Early Action 15th March 2018

Our concluding session tackles how we as a sector are actively moving forward, adapting, and developing more innovative solutions around preparedness programming. A panel discussion will address questions such as:
– What change is needed in preparedness financing models and approaches and why? What are the implications of not changing?
– Does partnership with the private sector foster innovative programming? Do we have a responsibility to look for diverse partnerships?
– Is funding local NGOs directly the right approach for the future? What are the barriers to this and how can we overcome them?

We are now starting our final panel discussion of the day on: Finding the Right Approach for 2030 – Innovative Programming and Funding Models. On our panel we have: – Matthew Serventy, Partnership Development Coordinator, Global Preparedness Partnership, UNDP Geneva (discussion chair); – Anjum Nahed Chowdhury Lucky, Director, Gana Unnayan Kendra (GUK), Bangladesh; – Dr Phuong Pham, Director of Evaluation and Implementation Science at the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative; – Meg Sattler, Global Advisor, Community Engagement, UNOCHA; – and Almaz Demessie Woldetsadik, Director for Early Warning and Emergency Response Directorate, National Disaster Risk Management Commission, Ethiopia.#PreparingforShock #DEPP

Posted by Start Network on Thursday, March 15, 2018

Panel:
– Matthew Serventy, Partnership Development Coordinator, Global Preparedness Partnership, UNDP Geneva (chair); 
– Anjum Nahed Chowdhury Lucky, Director, Gana Unnayan Kendra (GUK), Bangladesh; 
– Dr Phuong Pham, Director of Evaluation and Implementation Science at the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative; 
– Meg Sattler, Global Advisor, Community Engagement, UNOCHA; 
– and Almaz Demessie Woldetsadik, Director for Early Warning and Emergency Response Directorate, National Disaster Risk Management Commission, Ethiopia.

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

For a full list of the plenary session videos go here
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