FIDAFRIQUE-IFADAFRICA KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT LAUNCH WROSKHOP
                “Sharing lessons and experience for better deve...
Day 2 : Tuesday 21 April 2009
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LEARNING SESSIONS
                                     Nairobi April 23-24, 2009

Thursday, 23 April 2009 (simultaneous tr...
12h30-13h00   Closing Session                                         ESA Coordination

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FIDAfrique-IFADAfrica start-up workshop agenda

  1. 1. FIDAFRIQUE-IFADAFRICA KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT LAUNCH WROSKHOP “Sharing lessons and experience for better development results in sub-Saharan Africa” Draft Workshop Programme Nairobi April 20-22, 2009 Day 1 : Monday 20 April 2009 Time Activities Task distribution 8h00–9h00 Participants registration 9h00-10h00 Introduction of Workshop (objectives, expected results, Miriam Cherogony Session 1 and programme) and informal welcome 10h00–10h30 Opening Ceremony Session 2 Welcoming remarks by AFRACA Mary Nandazi Remarks on behalf of the Director, West and Central Africa Division, IFAD Leopold Sarr Remarks by the Director, Eastern and Southern Africa Division, IFAD Ides de Willebois Official opening remarks on behalf of the Minister of Finance Director of External Resources, Ministry of Finance, Kinya Njui Finance 10h30–11h00 Coffee break and photo 11h00–11h30 Introduction of FIDAfrique: experience & lessons Coumba Fall Session 3 Coordination, WCA 11h30–12h00 Introduction of IFADAfrica: experience and lessons Miriam Cherogony Session 4 Coordination, ESA 12h00–13h00 Plenary: questions and discussion Facilitators Session 5 13h00–14h15 Lunch Break 14h15–15h45 Knowledge sharing and networking Facilitator: Roxy Samii Session 6 Panel discussion to share experiences of Participants: German FIDAMERICA/ENRAP/Rural Finance KMP/SMIP Escobar, Shalini Kala, Miriam Cherogony, Mine Pabari 15h45–16h00 Debrief Facilitators Session 7 16h00–16h30 Coffee/Tea Break Facilitators 16h30–18h00 Knowledge sharing and networking Facilitator: Roxy Samii Session 8 Panel discussion to share experiences of Participants: IMAWESA/SCAPEMA/ENDA/CGIAR Alliance for Collective Bancy Mati, Roy van der Action/RKN Drift, Moussa Mbaye, Ravi Prahbu, Helen Gillman 18.00-18.15 Housekeeping Miriam Cherogony 19.00 Welcome cocktail 1
  2. 2. Day 2 : Tuesday 21 April 2009 Time Activities Task Distribution 8h30-9h30 Preparation for regional work plan development Facilitators Presentation of FIDAfrique/IFADAfrica: project vision, objectives and expectations 9h30-10h30 Develop regional workplans Break into individual regional groups 10h30-10h45 Coffee break 10h45-13h00 Develop regional workplans (continued) 13h00-14h00 Lunch 14h00-14h30 Plenary session to report on progress towards workplan Facilitators development, and share challenges and issues 14h30-16h00 Develop regional workplans (continued) 16h00-16h15 Coffee break 16h15-18h00 Develop regional workplans (continued) Day 3 : Wednesday 22 April 2009 Time Activities Task Distribution 8h00–9h00 Finalize presentations by the working groups Working groups Session 12 9h00–10h00 Presentations of Regional Work Plans by working groups 1 presenter from each Session 13 group 10h00–10h30 Questions and discussion Facilitators Session 14 10h30–11h00 Coffee break 11h00–12h30 Plenary discussion to identify cross-cutting activities and Facilitators Session 15 areas for collaborations between the two regions. Develop an action plan for cross-cutting and collaborative activities. Network coordinators to comment on areas for collaboration. 12h30–13h30 Lunch Break 13h30–15h00 Continue work on action plan if necessary. Facilitators Session 16 Next steps, including: • establishment of programme steering committee • joint ventures with other institutions • funding contributions from projects 15h00–16h00 Preparation of workshop synthesis Facilitators, organizing Session 17 committee and rapporteurs Participants retire for general discussion and coffee 16h00–16h30 Presentation of workshop synthesis Facilitators Official Closing Representative of Minister for Agriculture 16h30–17h00 Evaluation Facilitators 2
  3. 3. 17h00 Coffee and goodbye 3
  4. 4. LEARNING SESSIONS Nairobi April 23-24, 2009 Thursday, 23 April 2009 (simultaneous translation available all day) Time Activities Task Distribution 9h00–10h00 FIDAFRIQUE methodology for capitalization Coumba Fall 10.00-11.00 FIDAMERICA methodology for sistematizacion German Escobar 11h00-11h15 Coffee/Tea Break 11h15-13h00 Learning routes: a method for learning and sharing. Ariel Halpern, PROCASUR 13H00-14H00 Lunch Break 14h00-15h00 Introduce the FIDAFRIQUE platform: opportunities, tools, Foly Akoussan, Nicolas and content management system. Hosting and linking up Granier, Enoch Bosire, country programme and project websites. Linking up to Roxy Samii IFAD website and the rural poverty portal. 15h00-15h30 Presentation by Madagascar country team on their country Madagascar country programme approach and website team 15h30–16h00 Coffee/Tea Break 16h00–17h00 Forging the links: a meta approach to networking Ravi Prabhu, Alliance for Collective Action, CGIAR Friday, 24 April 2009 Time Activities Task Distribution 9h00–11h00 FIDAfrique platform: a practical, hands-on working session Foly Akoussan, Nicolas on FIDAfrique tools and the content management system. Granier, Enoch Bosire 11h00–11h30 Coffee/Tea Break 11h30-12h30 Continuation of FIDAFRIQUE web platform session: Foly Akoussan, Nicolas participants can do practical work on FIDAFRIQUE – surf Granier, Enoch Bosire, the website, learn how to use the content management Roxy Samii, Madagascar system and other tools team 4
  5. 5. 12h30-13h00 Closing Session ESA Coordination 13h00-14h30 Lunch Break 14h30-18h00 Final Network Coordination meeting Further discussion of work plans and the way forward, including partnership building and fundraising 5

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