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PROGRAMME	
	
DAY	ONE:	Thursday,	November	17	
8:30-9:00	 Registration	
OPENING	SESSION	
9:00-10:30	
Opening	Ceremony	–	Mast...
Methodology	and	analysis	for	the	identification	of	FLW	critical	points	and	
relevant	actors,	and	management	proposals	
Cat...
Nyasha	Oxley,	CaFAN	
Grace	del	Prado,	SURINAME	
Dale	D.	Nandlal,	TRINIDAD	AND	TOBAGO	
Emilio	Montero,	BELIZE	
Baptiste,		S...
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Programme Second Regional Dialogue on Prevention and Reduction of Food Losses and Waste

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Programme Second Regional Dialogue on Prevention and Reduction of Food Losses and Waste

  1. 1. PROGRAMME DAY ONE: Thursday, November 17 8:30-9:00 Registration OPENING SESSION 9:00-10:30 Opening Ceremony – Master of Ceremonies Welcome remarks Ministry of Agriculture Vyjayanthi Lopez, FAO - Officer Focal Point on Food Losses and Wate for the Caribbean Grenada National Marketing Board 10:30-11:00 Coffee break SESSION ONE: FOOD LOSSES AND WASTE IN LATIN AMERICA AND THE CARIBBEAN Expected result: National Committees or inter-sectorial working groups in FLW share their experiences and progress in quantifying the FLWs, legal frameworks and changes in consumer habits. Moderator: Gilian Smith 11:00-13:00 Towards the transformation of more sustainable food systems, the importance of the Prevention and Reduction in FLW in LAC Tania Santivanez, FAO Regional Office for Latina America and the Caribbean Reducing food losses and waste in the Caribbean Vyjayanthi Lopez, FAO Subregional Office for the Caribbean Losses in Food Balance Sheets: Current Status, Imputation and SDG12 Katherine Baldwin, FAO Statistics Division Legal frameworks to Prevention and Reduction of Food Losses and Waste Soledad Vela, Parlimentarian from Ecuador
  2. 2. Methodology and analysis for the identification of FLW critical points and relevant actors, and management proposals Catalina Giraldo, Consultant 13:00-14:00 Lunch NATIONAL EXPERIENCES IN THE FRAMEWORK OF FLW COMMITTEES Moderators: Vyjayanthi Lopez and Sara Granados, FAO 14:00-15:30 PROGRESS AND CHALLENGES IN TERMS OF QUANTIFICATION Majeed Mohammed and Kelvin Craig, Consultants Grenada Marketing and National Importing Board (MNIB) Nadia Puerta, DNP - Colombia Michelly Vega, INIFAT - Cuba 15:30-16:00 Coffee break 16:00–17:00 PROGRESS AND CHALLENGES IN TERMS OF LEGAL AND INSTITUTIONAL FRAMEWORKS Murillo Freire, EMBRAPA - Brazil Gustavo Polenta, INTA - Argentina 17:00–18:00 GOOD PRACTICES AND SOLUTIONS Arcadio Tavarez, MERCA Santo Domingo – Dominican Republic Laura Brenes, Tecnológico de Costa Rica 18:00-18:30 Q&A DAY TWO: Friday, November 18 SESSION TWO: DISCUSSION ON CARIBBEAN PROGRESS AND CHALLENGES IN THE PREVENTION AND REDUCTION OF FOOD LOSSES AND WASTE Expected Result: Components identified for a Caribbean Action Plan on FLW Moderator: Vyjayanthi Lopez 8:30-9:00 Introduction and first day session summary by Vyjayanthi Lopez 9:00 – 10:00 CARIBBEAN EXPERIENCES ON PREVENTION AND REDUCTION
  3. 3. Nyasha Oxley, CaFAN Grace del Prado, SURINAME Dale D. Nandlal, TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO Emilio Montero, BELIZE Baptiste, ST. LUCIA Peter Michael Thompson, JAMAICA Prendai Beecham, GUYANA Kurt Manrique, IICA 10:00-10:30 Open dialogue 10:30 -11:00 Coffee SESSION THREE: DISCUSSION ON THE PROMOTION OF AN INTERNATIONAL CODE OF CONDUCT FOR MANAGEMENT OF FOOD LOSSES AND WASTE Expected result: A Road Map for promoting an international code of conduct for the management of FLW is introduced 11:00-11:30 Introduction by Tania Santivanez “Need to promote and International Code of Conduct for the Management of Food Losses and Waste” 11:30-12:00 Open dialogue 12:00-13:00 Plenary and Declaration 13:00 Close and Lunch

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