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Promoting Inclusive Markets and Financial Systems

Sep
20

TOPS/FSN Network East & Southern Africa Regional Knowledge Sharing Meeting

Details

Speke Resort Munyonyo, 94 Wavamunno Road
Kampala, Uganda
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Sep 20, 2016 (Tue) - Sep 22, 2016 (Thu), 8:30am-5:00pm

Meeting Description:

At our Knowledge Sharing Meetings, the connections you make are as substantial as the knowledge you gain. Every session you attend, from energizing plenaries to intimate lunch tables, encourages active participation and engagement with your peers.

Take advantage of frequent exchanges with colleagues from around the world and across the food security and nutrition spectrum as you learn firsthand what works and what doesn’t, and share your own experiences and challenges.

With each conversation, both in and out of sessions, you are building momentum toward our common goal of ending hunger and malnutrition for all.

Registration:

The meeting is free for all attendees. Transportation and lodging fees are at the expense of the participants.

Agenda:

Below is a list of potential meeting topics. Agenda coming soon!

  • Seed systems and markets
  • Strengthening smallholder farmer resilience to a changing climate
  • Youth and agriculture
  • Better understanding of food quality, safety, and local and regional procurement (LRP) on the ground
  • Internal controls and monitoring for commodity management
  • Integrating male engagement
  • What have we learned about gender? Lessons from ongoing programs
  • Gender Equality and the Resilience Agenda: Moving Toward Transformative Change
  • Building and sustaining efficient field-based networks
  • Collaborating Learning and Adapting
  • Consortium management to improve collaboration and learning
  • Positioning Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) in the refine and implement model
  • New methodologies in M&E
  • Qualitative sampling + qualitative skills
  • Formative research and nutrition in FFP-funded projects in Zimbabwe
  • Maximizing community-led food demonstrations
  • Operational research at the community level for environmental enteric dysfunction (EED)
  • Care Groups: Essential elements and Innovations
  • Interpersonal Group Therapy (IPT-G) and other approaches to mental health
  • Emotional drivers of behavior
  • Sustainability and exit strategies
  • Institutionalizing cash-based programs in Kenya
  • Resilience
  • Using video to promote nutrition with mothers and other groups of influence
  • Knowledge Management (KM) best practices

 

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