Agenda

   

DAY 1 – 6 September 2017

 

 

8.00

 

Registration & exhibition opens

  

 

9.00

 

 

Welcome

  

9.05

 

 

Opening Keynote Address

  

 

 

Procurement Strategy

 

  

9.20

 

 

Panel: Update on Emergency Procurement Strategy

 

-   Best practice and guidelines for procuring goods and services during emergency scenarios

-   Value for money: monitoring and evaluating your procurement decisions

-   Debate benefits and risks of social sourcing in local markets near the emergency affected area

-   Addressing considerations around reusability, sustainability, and scalability

-   Discussing specific challenges of procuring ICT solutions

-   How to improve supplier relationship management and long-term partnerships

 

Moderator: Carlos Carrazana, Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer, Save the Children

 

Kenny Cheung, Chief of Procurement, World Bank Group

 

Vitaly Vanshelboim, Assistant United Nations Secretary General, Deputy Executive Director and Chief Operating Officer, United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)

  

  

10.20

 

 

 Innovation Pitch

 

10.25

 

 

 Refreshment Break

 

 

Humanitarian Logistics

 

Field Operations

11:00

 

Panel: Best Practice in Logistics and Supplier Management

  

Anna Spindler, Head of Supply Chain Management Logistics Service, United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)

 

 

Panel: Disasters and Climate Change: Managing Risks & Crises Differently (insurance, financing)

 

Akshat Vishal Chaturvedi, Senior Advisor, Disaster Risk Management, World Bank

11:55

 

Case studies: Challenges in storage and last mile logistics

 

 

Case studies: Field supplies and improving community livelihoods(solar)

 

 

13:00

 

 

Networking lunch

 

Networking lunch

14:00

Panel: Training and safety of aid workers and goods

 

Panel: Shelter Assistance and Post-Disaster Settlement Planning

  

 

14.45

 

 

Roundtable Discussions

  

 

15.30

 

  

Refreshment break

 

16.15

 

 

 Debate: Alternative means of financing aid and development

 

 

17.15

 

  

Keynote Address

 

 

17.30– 19.00

 

  

Networking Drinks Reception

 

  

DAY 2 – 7 September 

                                             

 

8.00

  

Registration & Exhibition Opens

 

 

9.00 

 

Welcome

 

  

9.05

 

Opening Keynote Address

  

 

 

 

Health Resilience

 

 

9.20

 

 

Panel: Innovations and Technologies to Support Health SDGs and Response

 

 

10.10

 

 

 Presentation/ Innovation Pitch

 

10.30 

  

Refreshment Break

 

 

 

  

Conference Room 2

Health & WASH Innovations

 

 

Conference Room 5 

Technology & Data Strategy

 

 

11.00

 

Panel: Improving Maternal And Child Health

 

 

 

Panel: Emergency Communication, Connectivity, and Social Networks

 

Joseph Burton, Counselor for Technology and Security Policy, U.S. Department of State

 

Hani Shannak, Chief, Operations and Services, Division of ICT, United Nations International Children’s Fund (UNICEF)

 

 

 

12.00

Innovation Pitch

 

Innovation Pitch

 

 

12.05

 

 

Panel: Innovations and Best Practice to Tackle Communicable Diseases

  

 

Panel: Payment Applications as Tools for Delivering Financial Relief and Inclusion

  

 

13:00

 

Lunch break

 

 

14.00

 

Panel: Best Practice and Innovation in WASH

  

 

Panel: How to better use ICT and data strategy to Support SDGs

  

 

15:00                       Innovation Pitch

  

 

15.05

 

  

Refreshment break /Planet of the Apps

 

 

15:30

 

Round tables//simulation with “Partnership for Quality Medical Donations” 

 

  

 

16.15

 

Effective Partnerships for Aid & Development Programmes

Debate Session:  send in your questions via our networking app

Keith Kall, Senior Director, Strategic Partnerships, World Vision USA

 

 

17.15

 

 

Closing Remarks & End of Summit