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  • 1. Sustaining Political Commitments to Scaling Up NutritionJune 10, 2013The Mead Center - 1101 6th St SW - Washington, DC8.00 – 8.30 Breakfast and Registration8.30 – 9.30 Opening Plenary: Sustaining Political Commitments to Scaling Up Nutrition Master of Ceremonies: Roger Thurow Welcome: David Beckmann, President, Bread for the World and Joe Cahalan, CEO, Concern 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,Ireland9.30 – 10.20 Panel Discussion: Taking Stock and Looking Ahead to the Next 1,000 Days—GlobalPerspectivesFacilitator - Lucy Sullivan, Executive Director 1000 Days Partnership Robert Black, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, The Lancet Series on Maternal and ChildNutrition author 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 Sam Worthington, CEO, InterAction11.10 – 12.00 Panel Discussion: Taking Stock and Looking Ahead to the Next 1,000 Days—Country-level PerspectivesFacilitator – Kathy Spahn, CEO, Helen Keller International Kaosar Afsana, BRAC, Bangladesh Nina Sardjunani, National Development Planning Agency, Indonesia (invited) 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 ScaleFacilitator – Tom Arnold, SUN Lead GroupPanel Discussion: Perspectives from Zambiao William Chilufya, Civil Society Scaling Up Nutrition Allianceo Cassim Masi, National Food and Nutrition Commission
  • 2. Sustaining Political Commitments to Scaling Up NutritionJune 10, 2013The Mead Center - 1101 6th St SW - Washington, DCo 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 Dr. Ivan Mendoza, SESAN, Guatemalao Emergency Nutrition Network Study, ACF Campaign on Community-based Managementof Acute Malnutrition (CMAM)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, SPRINGo Facilitator – Paul Amuna, African Nutrition Society, University of Greenwicho Rapporteur – Anu Narayan, SPRING Workshop 2: Best Practices – Nutrition-Specific Interventionso Facilitator – Karin Lapping, Save the Childreno Facilitator – Francis Zotor, African Nutrition Societyo Rapporteur – Karen Leban, CORE (suggested) Workshop 3: Best Practices – Nutrition-Sensitive Developmento Facilitator – Charlotte Dufouro Sharing SUN Country Experiences -o Rapporteur – Anna Herforth 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, WorldVision-US (suggested)5.00 – 5.15 Breakout Rapporteurs and Facilitators collect workshop outcomes Coffee break for other participants5.15 – 5.45 Breakout Group ReadoutsFacilitator – Tom Arnold, SUN Lead Group Reports from each breakout session5.45 – 6.15 Session Takeaways, Concluding Remarks and Looking Forward Layla McCay, GAIN; Josh Lozman, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation; David Beckmann6.15 – 8.00 Reception for all participants Remarks by Mayor Vincent Gray, District of Columbia, 7.00
  • 3. Sustaining Political Commitments to Scaling Up NutritionJune 10, 2013The Mead Center - 1101 6th St SW - Washington, DC