Preparing For Shock: Opening Keynote and Panel: Investment in Preparedness – Where are we now? – Video

Project: Age and Disability Capacity Programme (ADCAP)AlertBetter Dialogue Better Information Better Action (CDAC-N)External partner: HLAFinancial 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 14th March 2018

The conference opened with a discussion framed around the ‘big-picture’ questions related to preparedness and investing in preparednesKey speakers, who are experts in their respective fields, reflected on what the humanitarian sector has and has not achieved so far and what challenges remain for all stakeholders involved in preparedness.

#PreparingforShock: Is Preparedness the New Frontier?

We are kicking off our #DEPP conference – #PreparingforShock: Is Preparedness the New Frontier? We begin with a discussion on Investment in Preparedness. Speakers are: – Sean Lowrie, Director of @Start Network- Dr Meshesha Shewarga Director of CCRDA in #Ethiopia- Dylan Winder, Humanitarian and Protracted Crisis Counsellor at the UK Mission to the #UN- Ingunn Vatne, Minister Counsellor, Permanent Mission of #Norway, #Switzerland- Dr Phuong Pham, Director of Evaluation and Implementation Science at the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative.

Posted by Start Network on Wednesday, March 14, 2018

 

Speakers:
– Sean Lowrie, Director of Start Network
– Dr Meshesha Shewarga Director of CCRDA in Ethiopia
– Dylan Winder, Humanitarian and Protracted Crisis Counsellor at the UK Mission to the UN
– Ingunn Vatne, Minister Counsellor, Permanent Mission of Norway
– Dr Phuong Pham, Director of Evaluation and Implementation Science at the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative.

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

For a full list of the plenary session videos go here
For more information about the conference visit our events-page here. You can find the blogs from the conference here

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