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  • 1. Agenda - Sustaining Political Commitments to Scaling Up NutritionThe Mead Center for American Theater - 1101 6th St SW - Washington, DCJune 10, 20138:00 – 8:30 Breakfast and Registration8:30 – 9:00 Opening Plenary: Sustaining Political Commitments to Scaling Up NutritionMaster of Ceremonies: Roger Thurow, Author, The Last Hunger Season, Senior Fellow, GlobalAgriculture and Food Policy, The Chicago Council on Global Affairs and ONE Fellow Welcome: David Beckmann, President, Bread for the World and Joe Cahalan, CEO, ConcernWorldwide US Key Note Address: Raj Shah, Administrator, U.S. Agency for International Development Key Note Address: Joe Costello, Minister of State, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade,Ireland Video Message: David Nabarro, Special Representative of the UN Secretary General for FoodSecurity and Nutrition and Coordinator of the SUN Movement9:30 – 10:20 Panel Discussion: Taking Stock and Looking Ahead to the Next 1,000 Days—GlobalPerspectivesModerator - Lucy Sullivan, Executive Director 1000 Days Partnership Robert Black, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, The Lancet Series on Maternal and ChildNutrition Keith Hansen, Acting Vice President and Network Head, Human Development, The World Bank Rajul Pandya-Lorch, Head 2020 Vision Initiative and Chief of Staff, International Food PolicyResearch Institute Martin Bloem, Senior Nutrition Advisor, World Food Programme10:20 – 10:50 Second Morning Plenary Introduction: Carolyn Miles, CEO, Save the Children Key Note Address: Wilbald Lorri, Office of President Jakaya Kikwete, Republic of Tanzania Key Note Address: Philip Barton, Deputy Head of Mission, Embassy of the United Kingdom10:50 – 11:10 InterAction Nutrition Pledge CEOs Sam Worthington, InterAction; John Coonrod, The Hunger Project; Anne Goddard,ChildFund International; Kent Hill, World Vision11:10 – 12:00 Panel Discussion: Taking Stock and Looking Ahead to the Next 1,000 Days: Country-level PerspectivesModerator – Kathy Spahn, CEO, Helen Keller International Kaosar Afsana, BRAC, Bangladesh Rose Ndolo, National Nutrition Coordinator, World Vision International, Kenya Joyce Ngegba, Partnership for Nutrition in Tanzania, PANITA, Tanzania Juan Carlos Paiz, Presidential Commissioner for Competitiveness, Investment and MillenniumChallenge Corporation, Guatemala12:00 – 1:00 Lunch1:15 – 3:15 Afternoon Plenary: Taking SUN to ScaleModerators – Tom Arnold, Marie Pierre Allié, SUN Lead Group Panel Discussion: Perspectives from Zambia
  • 2. Agenda - Sustaining Political Commitments to Scaling Up NutritionThe Mead Center for American Theater - 1101 6th St SW - Washington, DCJune 10, 2013o William Chilufya, Civil Society Scaling Up Nutrition Allianceo Cassim Masi, National Food and Nutrition Commissiono Highvie H. Hamududu, Member of Parliament and Chairperson of the ParliamentaryCommittee on Estimates Panel Discussion: SUN Country Experiences on Scaling Upo Rigobert Oladiran Ladikpo, Professional Association of Vegetable Oil Industries for theWest Africa Economic Monetary Union (WAEMU/ UEMOA )o Ivan Mendoza, SESAN, Guatemalao Carmel Dolan, Emergency Nutrition Network Studyo Nan Dale, ACF, Campaign on Community-based Management of Acute Malnutrition(CMAM)o Souley Harouna, President, Niger Health Forum (FORSANI)3:15 – 3:30 Mid-Afternoon Break (Instructions Given About Breakout Group Sessions)3:30 – 5:00 Breakout Sessions Workshop 1: Capacity Development in Nutritiono Facilitator – Manisha Tharaney, Helen Keller Internationalo Facilitator – Paul Amuna, African Nutrition Society, University of Greenwicho Rapporteur – Anu Narayan, Helen Keller International Workshop 2: Best Practices – Nutrition-Specific Interventionso Facilitator – Karin Lapping, Save the Childreno Facilitator – Francis Zotor, African Nutrition Societyo Rapporteur – Sandra Remancus, FHI 360 Workshop 3: Best Practices – Nutrition-Sensitive Developmento Facilitator – Charlotte Dufour, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nationso Rapporteur – Anna Herforth, Independent Consultant Workshop 4: Civil Society’s Role in Advocacy and Monitoring Progress at National and GlobalLevelso Facilitator – Connell Foley, Concern Worldwideo Facilitator – Buba Khan, ActionAid, The Gambiao Rapporteur – Lisa Bos, World Vision5:00 – 5:15 Breakout Rapporteurs and Facilitators collect workshop outcomes Coffee break for other participants5:15 – 5:45 Breakout Group ReadoutsModerator – Tom Arnold, SUN Lead Group Reports from each breakout session5:45 – 6:15 Session Takeaways, Concluding Remarks and Looking Forward Layla McCay, GAIN; Neil Watkins, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation; David Beckmann,Bread for the World; Joe Cahalan, Concern Worldwide-US6:30 – 8:00 Reception for all Participants
  • 3. Agenda - Sustaining Political Commitments to Scaling Up NutritionThe Mead Center for American Theater - 1101 6th St SW - Washington, DCJune 10, 2013 Remarks by Roger Thurow, District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray, H.E. Elkanah Odembo,Ambassador, Republic of Kenya, and Ambassador Tony Hall, Alliance to End Hunger