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    • SDC Unit Uzma T. Haroon Senior SDC Coordinator Imrana Niazi Associate SDC Coordinator Maryam S. Abbasi Assistant SDC Coordinator
    • Sixteenth SDC at a Glance  No. of plenary session= 2  No. of panels= 27  No. of Speakers= 122  No. of chairpersons, discussants & guest of honor= 56  No. of plenary speakers= 2  No. of participants = 2500  No. of students= 200
    • Sixteenth SDC: Countries Representation No. Country No of Delegates 1 Afghanistan 2 2 Australia 1 3 Bangladesh 4 4 Canada 3 5 Ecuador 1 6 Finland 1 7 Germany 1 8 India 17 9 Indonesia 2 10 Kenya 1 11 Nepal 4 12 Pakistan 107 13 Sri Lanka 3 14 Thailand 1 15 UK 9 16 USA 4 16 161 Total
    • Sixteenth SDC: Donors - 15
    • Sixteenth SDC: Donors
    • Sixteenth SDC: Media Coverage Urdu Newspapers 1 Daily Asas Rawalpindi 2 Daily Ausaf Islamabad 3 Daily Azkaar Rawalpindi/Islamabad 4 Daily Dunya Islamabad 5 Daily Jang Rawalpindi, 6 Daily Jahan Pakistan Islamabad 7 Daily Khabrain Islamabad/Rawalpindi 8 Daily Mussalman Islamabad 9 Daily Nawa-i-Waqt Rawalpindi/Islamabad English Newspapers 1. 1 Business Recorder Islamabad 2 Daily Times Islamabad 3 Dawn Islamabad 4 Pakistan Affairs 5 Pakistan Observer Islamabad 6 The Express Tribune Islamabad 7 The Frontier Post 8 The Nation Islamabad 9 The News Islamabad/Rawalpindi
    • Sr. No E-News Other Mediums 1 ARY TV TV 2 Such TV TV 3 Dawn News TV 4 Geo TV TV 5 APP WEB 6 CUTS India WEB 7 E-Pakistan WEB 8 The financial daily WEB 9 Fibre2fashion WEB 10 Sindh Express.com WEB Summary Days English Newspapers Urdu Newspapers Day 1 10 02 Day 2 13 02 Day 3 13 06 TV 0 04 Total 36 14
    • Day 1: 10 Dec 2013 1000 161 Audience 100 135 94 79 42 22 10 38 35 22 37 21 28 26 24 15 10 14 Male 8 Female 1 Panels Sessions Male (%) Female(%) Opening Plenary 67 79 A1 76 24 A2 68 31 A3 61 39 A4 64 36 A5 72 28 A6 52 48 A-7 52 48 A-8 75 25
    • Day 2: 11 Dec, 2013 1000 135 55 Audience 90 79 100 46 35 51 47 42 35 30 25 29 34 26 17 44 30 21 Male 15 Female 9 10 7 1 B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 Session B7 B8 B9 B10 B11 Panels Male (%) Female(%) B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7 B8 B9 B10 B11 54 46 61 67 65 76 53 69 59 56 67 46 54 39 33 35 24 47 31 41 47 33
    • Day 3: 12 Dec, 2013 1000 98 Audience 100 135 123 78 80 95 33 18 20 17 14 16 18 20 24 22 18 Male 10 10 Female 1 C1 C2 C3 C4 C5 Session C6 C7 C8 Closing Plenary Panels Male (%) Female(%) C1 47 53 C2 51 49 C3 58 42 C4 52 48 C5 47 53 C6 60 40 C7 49 31 C8 43 57 Closing Plenary 52 48
    • Sixteenth SDC: Survey Overall, how satisfied were you with the speakers/presenters? 70.00% 60.70% Very Dissatisfied Dissatisfied 60.00% 50.00% Satisfied 40.00% 28.60% 30.00% 20.00% 7% 10.00% 3.50% 0.00% Very Dissatisfied Dissatisfied Satisfied Very satisfied Very satisfied
    • Sixteenth SDC: Survey Overall, how satisfied were you with the conference facilities? 60.00% 53.60% 50.00% 42.90% 40.00% Very Dissatisfied Satisfied 30.00% Very satisfied 20.00% 10.00% 3.50% 0% 0.00% Very Dissatisfied Dissatisfied Satisfied Very satisfied
    • Sixteenth SDC: Survey How many sessions did you attend? 30.00% Audience 25.00% 28.50% 21% 20.00% 18% 15.00% 10.70% 10.00% 5.00% 7% 7% 3.50% 0.00% No. of sessions attended 3.50%
    • Sixteenth SDC: Survey Did you feel the length of conference sessions was: 90.00% 78.60% 80.00% 70.00% 60.00% Too long 50.00% Just about right 40.00% Too short 30.00% 20.00% 14.30% 7.10% 10.00% 0.00% Too long Just about right Responses Too short
    • Sixteenth SDC: Survey Given the opportunity, will you come to SDPI’s conference again? 120% 100% 96% 80% 60% Yes No 40% Unsure 20% 0% 0% Yes No Responses 4% Unsure
    • Sixteenth SDC: Survey Have you read any of the following past SDC anthologies: 35.00% 28.60% 30.00% 28.60% 25.00% 20.00% 17.80% 17.80% 15.00% 10.00% 5.00% 0.00% Redefining Peace and Paradigms of Sustainable Sustainable Development in Development in South Asia: The South Asia (2013) Way Forward (2012) Responses Both No response
    • Sixteenth SDC: Survey How would you rate the SDC anthology/ies that you have read: 70% 64% 60% 50% 40% Very useful Useful 30% 21% 20% 14% 10% 0% 0% Very useful Useful Not so useful Responses No Response No Response
    • Sixteenth SDC: Survey Would you prefer to have access to an electronic copy of the SDC anthology: 100% 90% 86% 80% 70% 60% 50% Yes 40% No 30% No Response 20% 3.50% 10% 7% No No Response 0% Yes Responses
    • Sixteenth SDC: Strengths  Timely organizing of SDPI's flagship event AND in-time publishing / launch of the SDC Anthology  Fundraising target accomplished.  Sizeable number of audience participated.  Students' participation (Number: 200)  Networking with policy makers, researchers, donors, etc.  Networking with the Presidency.  Excellent team work and support from all units.  Donor suggested panels carried SDPI & Donor’s joint agenda and representation.  Engaging media personnel for exclusive SDC sessions.
    • Sixteenth SDC: Weaknesses  Organizing of events closer to the SDC that exhausts the SDPI staff  Overcrowding during lunch/tea time  Number of concurrent panels, i.e. 4  Last minute finalisation of panels.  Invitation to speakers from India and Bangladesh near the SDC (entailing Mo Int procedures)  Panel organizers holding more than two panels
    • Sixteenth SDC: Lessons Learnt  Policy required that logos of donors who contribute above a certain ceiling should be displayed on banners.  There should be a gap between mega events, a policy that was also decided upon last year as well.  Closer networking required to ensure facilitation of itineraries and room reservations for SDC guests.  Designated team of staff members to follow up with dignitaries and high profile speakers for their confirmations.  Suggestions  Panel organizers to accompany the dignitaries of their respective panels for SDTV interviews.
    • Thank you!