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Christiane Monsieur
07:38:43
Webinar 1: Community Engagement for Empowerment: Key for People-Centred Rural Transformation? (February 2021)• Video recording:https://fao.zoom.us/rec/play/Vb5ihZcrmERfJIsuX1Et_4BxJ2J1lJj-UWiujgwNmePsqztIUzxH73tyKdjn2mFqyTrtGauJ38FydAVl.tzm5uMYJnD3oYOkd• Article: http://www.fao.org/flexible-multipartner-mechanism/news/news-detail/en/c/1378190/Webinar 2: Community Engagement for Gender Equality and Women’s Empowerment (March 2021)• Video recording:https://fao.zoom.us/rec/play/dABTdPh3nmS4q6OcKOeHVIJBsRs8ET81n6XNQhm8A6q3C2A-OjW8c-7IXfkwoH_NnZKa71d1AzWA9eDP.AI4x414jGAjiDXOi• Article: http://www.fao.org/flexible-multipartner-mechanism/news/news-detail/en/c/1382834/Webinar 3: Community Engagement for Resilience and Peace (April 2021)• Video recording:https://fao.zoom.us/rec/play/bNE9suABeN7kbpBwrDPquPr15-7VvZvMC_g80JBRYHJZUZtyGaKbUC5Pn-cqjTGg1vZ_HQFEeIZtcjC8.jab92gCwdLtc-ER8• Article: http://www.fao.org/flexible-multipartner-mechanism/news/news-detail/en/c/1396779/
Christiane Monsieur
07:44:15
Jeremy Holland, PhD, is a partner at Collaborative Impact (https://collabimpact.org/). He has a particular interest in participatory, qualitative and combined methods for applied research, with 25 years’ experience in international development research on poverty and rights, policy analysis, gender equality, empowerment, participatory governance and political economy. He has a long track record of supporting evidence-led strategic learning and gender-responsive and developmental evaluation to understand complex system change. He has led large multi-country evaluations and global strategy reviews.
Christiane Monsieur
07:44:17
He has worked with many clients in developing and transitional countries, from the World Bank and UN agencies and government aid departments through to international and national NGOs. Previously Jeremy was based at Swansea University and was a visiting fellow at the University of Sussex. He has written about research tools and frameworks, including books on political and social analysis, combined methods and participatory statistics.
Suzanne Phillips
07:44:34
Great book! I bought it years ago and it strongly informed my work.
Simone Staiger
07:46:52
can't see a diagram
Morwenna Sullivan
07:47:03
I cant see the diagram!
A Ewinyu
07:47:09
Neither can i
LEON CIZUNGU MUSHOSHERE
07:47:46
LEON CIZUNGU de laRDC Région Est du CENTRE DE RECHERCHE AGRO-ECOLOGIQUE CRAE RDC en sigle
LEON CIZUNGU MUSHOSHERE
07:47:55
Centre de Recherche Agro Ecologique, une initiative basée sur les 17 ODD. Crée en 2018 enRD CONGO au Sud-Kivu. Nos actions multi sectorielles visent à contribuer au développement de notre région. Elle informe et forme la communauté à travers des recherches, formations, publications, la sensibilisation et plaidoyer.Objectif du Centre: Notre centre offre aux jeunes, femmes, filles et toute autre personne une opportunité d'explorer, d'analyser, d'enseigner les techniques d'amélioration et de valorisation dans plusieurs secteurs plus particulièrement: agricole, sanitaire, environnemental, justice et Paix. Etproposer des solutions du changement et vulgariser les résultats de ses actions au sein de la communauté. Et dans le but de contribuer à cela l’alimentation, la nutrition meilleure et résiliente, la santé, la stabilité économique et l’environnement sain dans la région est de la République démocratique du Congo.Avec votre implication dans ces domaines, nous souhaitons bénéficier d'un partenariat et tout au
Christiane Monsieur
07:48:44
SVP limitez vous à poser des questions. Merci!
TECNO CAMON 16 S
07:49:14
Bonjour, je ne parviens pas à avoir la traduction française
TECNO CAMON 16 S
07:49:25
Comment s'y prendre ?
TECNO CAMON 16 S
07:49:35
C'est sur mon Android
Christiane Monsieur
07:49:50
cliquer sur l'icone en bas à droite de l'écran
LEON CIZUNGU MUSHOSHERE
07:49:54
Nous venons maintenant vers vous, Représentants de notre Gouvernement ou Institutions Internationales qui avez signé ce protocole pour atteindre les Objectifs de Développement Durable pour 2030. Vous vous êtes engagés à agir et nous voulons contribuer à soutenir vos engagements en participant à cet effort en Afrique en général et en RDC en particulier dans l’encadrement du dix-septièmeODD les partenariats.centrecrae@gmail.com ,brasocemusha@gmail.com, +243974011887
Christiane Monsieur
07:50:24
sur interpretation. Sur Android, je ne sais pas où se trouve l'icone du monde
Andrea Sanchez Enciso
07:51:45
Carlos Barahona set up Stats4SD as a not-for-profit social enterprise and became its first Managing Director in 2016. He brought into the company the drive needed to make it a successful enterprise in a competitive market and the ethos of a venture that aims to make significant contributions to international sustainable development. His professional expertise is in the architecture of empirical processes to support evidence-based decision-making. Having started as a statistician, Carlos has worked for over 25 years in the design, analysis and communication of research. He is currently focused on designing effective processes that make information available for decision-making to organisations and individuals. On a day-to-day basis, Carlos supports the process of converting information needs into strategies and plans that drive data collection and eventually deliver the required information. A substantial part of this involves navigating trade-offs between information requirements, resources and practical iss
Christiane Monsieur
07:51:49
Sonal Zaveri, PhD, is an independent consultant with 30 years experience in strategic planning, capacity building and evaluation. She has worked in about 25 countries in Asia, East and West Africa, Asia-Pacific, Central Asia, Middle East and Eastern Europe. Her special expertise is in gender related evaluation, community empowerment, child and youth participation, HIV and reproductive health, equity and disability.
Christiane Monsieur
07:52:02
Her evaluation expertise includes participatory, transformative, feminist, utilization focused and outcome mapping evaluation approaches that lead to institutional learning. She has contributed to program design and collaborative analysis with multiple stakeholders including community groups, NGOs, civil society, government, and donors. She is the founder of Gender and Equity Network South Asia (GENSA), co-chair of EvalGender+ and holds various regional and global leadership positions.
Christiane Monsieur
07:53:26
Relevant Publications:• Zaveri, Sonal (2019), “Making evaluation matter: Capturing multiple realities and voices for sustainable development” contributor to the journal World Development - Symposium on RCTs in Development and Poverty Alleviation https://bit.ly/3wX5pg8• Zaveri, Sonal (2018) "Using a Feminist Lens for Utilization Focused Evaluations: Lessons Learned" in Ratna M. Sudarshan and Rajib Nandi eds. "Voices and Values: The Politics of Feminist Evaluation", Zubaan: New Delhi https://bit.ly/3tfxXix• Gender and Equity in Outcome Mapping, Monograph for Outcome Mapping Learning Community https://www.outcomemapping.ca/download/OM%20and%20Gender%20paper.pdf
Christiane Monsieur
07:53:50
• Zaveri, Sonal (2016), contributing author in A Resource Pack on Gender Transformative Evaluations. (eds. Shraddha Chigateri and Shiny Saha), ISST, India https://bit.ly/3actjKI• Zaveri, Sonal (2015). Evaluation and Vulnerable Groups, in INCORE/IDRC Evaluation: Evaluation in the Extreme (eds. Kenneth Bush and Colleen McDuggan). Sage: New Delhi. http://bit.ly/2Tv3iPe• Zaveri, Sonal (2015). Importance of Context in Participatory Evaluations. South Asia volume on Evaluation Making Evaluation Matter edited by Katherine Hay and Shubh Kumar Range. Sage: New Delhi. https://bit.ly/3gdzdiu
Christiane Monsieur
07:54:21
Please use the chatbox for your questions! Thank you.
Christiane Monsieur
07:55:20
Vous pouvez poser vos questions ici, merci!
Christiane Monsieur
07:56:42
Ben Cislaghi, PhD, Ben’s research at LSHTM has contributed to increasing the understanding of how gender norms affect people's health and how their effect can be measured. There, he leads a team of researchers and activists working across three fields of research and practice: 1) gender and social norms; 2) ethics of development and public health; and 3) the intersection between gender equality and child protection.The first includes work to understand how gender norms influence health-related behaviour - particularly behaviour related to sexual health and rights. With Lori Heise, he has advanced a theory of social norms (Theory of Normative Spectrum) to help understand the difference strength that norms can play on behaviour.
Christiane Monsieur
07:56:56
The second space of work investigates ethics of international development, specifically looking at how development interventions can empower people for community-based responses to local and global challenges, a topic he discussed in Human Rights and Community-led Development (EUP). This work challenges idea of agency, empowerment, protection, rights and equality, pushing researchers and practitioners towards greater self-reflexivity, and inviting them to ground their work within a transparent set of values to inform a non-imperialistic praxis. His third space of research and action looks at the intersection between gender equality and child protection. He also asks whether there is space, within the critical trajectory for restorative justice, to understand and humanise perpetrators, proceeding towards collective liberation from oppression of violence.
Christiane Monsieur
07:58:30
Relevant videos:Helping women live meaningful lives (Three poisons for gender equality). The Lancet commission on Gender and Global Health.Global health as compassion. Distinguished Lecturer Series - Browns School: St Louis. February.Relevant Publications:• Cislaghi B et al. (2019); Global health is political; can it also be compassionate? Journal of Global Health, 9(2), p. 1-4. https://doi.org/10.7189/jogh.09.020306• Cislaghi B, Heise L (2019); Gender norms and social norms: differences, similarities and why they matter for prevention science. Sociology of Health and Illness. https://doi.org/10.1111/1467-9566.13008• Cislaghi B (2019); The potential of community-led work to change harmful gender norms. London: ODI. https://www.alignplatform.org/sites/default/files/2019-01/community_led_approach_report.pdf
TECNO CAMON 16 S
07:58:36
Je n'ai toujours la traduction française des communications
Christiane Monsieur
07:59:20
désolée, vous devez chercher l'icone du monde ou le symbole interprétation
Christiane Monsieur
07:59:26
et choisir la langue
TECNO CAMON 16 S
08:00:20
Oui je l'ai fait plus d'une fois, mais cela ne marche pas
TECNO CAMON 16 S
08:01:08
Aurais je l'enregistrement français à la fin de la conférence ?
Eliane Najros
08:01:16
oui
Christiane Monsieur
08:01:35
pourtant cela fonctionne. Peut-être devriez-vous mettre à jour Zoom
Christiane Monsieur
08:02:53
Dee Jupp. PhD, Independent Participation Advisor With nearly 40 years of participatory development and qualitative research experience, Dee continues to be passionate about people-centred research and creating new ways to include people’s voices, perspectives and lived reality. In Bangladesh, Dee led an experimental approach which identified people’s indicators of change and supported people to measure change themselves (Sida publication ‘Measuring empowerment? Ask them (2010)). This approach has since been adopted and developed in other contexts. Since 2007, she has focused on using immersive qualitative research to deepen understanding of context and gather insights on the complexities of behaviour change, which in turn supports community engagement in identifying their own outcomes and means to measure these.
Christiane Monsieur
08:03:09
. She advises Empatika, a small people-centred research and training organisation based in Indonesia and undertakes part-time consultancies such as participatory monitoring, evaluation and learning and people-driven design assignments. Over the last year with COVID restrictions and stuck in UK, she has been experimenting with and improving on ways to connect to and include local people in research and design through different means to ensure their perspectives are amplified and inputs taken note of. Originally from the UK, she has lived and worked for extensive periods in Bangladesh, Jamaica and Indonesia and undertaken research and people-led evaluations in Ghana, Ethiopia, Pakistan, Malawi, Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya and Nepal.
TECNO CAMON 16 S
08:03:12
je suis sous Zoom comme ça
Andrea Sanchez Enciso
08:03:37
Dear All, if you have questions please you can write them here in the box chat
Amanda Satterwhite
08:06:51
we used this Bangladesh piece as a rw
Amanda Satterwhite
08:06:54
*
Florence EGAL
08:07:06
Dee, what do you make of the recent “agency” jargon?
Amanda Satterwhite
08:07:20
*as an example in a usaid note on participatory evaluation - it is truly excellent!
Gihana Donatha
08:09:40
Dee, totally agree with you on these 3 ways of engagement!!
LEON CIZUNGU MUSHOSHERE
08:10:53
quelles sont les actions entreprises en RDC surtout ici à l'Est et avec quelle organisation dans le cadre de l'engagement communautaire ? car c'est une approche nécessairement qu'il nous faut développer pour contribuer à sa stabilité
Jim Caro
08:12:15
In this time of pandemic, how does data collection look like when measuring real community engagement/impact
valentina franchi
08:13:34
Thank you for all your very interesting and inspiring interventions! A very practical question, which may be helpful to those of us who often struggle with the bureaucracy and the budget limitations of the Organization: how much these kind of studies/research can cost? What is the ideal time frame for community-led impact assessments? And how easy is it to identify the right expertise to coordinate and conduct these kind of field studies (for example, in the Near East and North Africa region where I work)?
ESTEBAN TAPELLA
08:14:35
Dear all, I am Esteban Tapella from Argentina. Just in case you are interested on participatory evaluation in Latin America, I invite you to follow us and participate in EvalParticipativa, the Community of Practice and Learning for Participatory Evaluation for Latin America and the Caribbean. It is the result of a joint initiative between the Social and Environmental Labour Studies Program (PETAS) at the National University of San Juan (Argentina) and Focelac , the evaluation capacity development and networking project in Latin America run by the German Institute for Development Evaluation (DEval). Our webpage (English and Spanish) is very reach in documents, experiences, video testimonials and tools. Hope you find our website useful. You are very welcomed to follow us and get engaged! Cheers!https://evalparticipativa.net/en/
Pragyan Pokhrel
08:19:10
The FAO Forestry division (together with the South-South and Triangular Cooperation Division) is piloting a new initiative using participatory video approach to document and monitor change in different projects. Early experience is showing higher community engagement and enthusiasm. PV is proving to be an excellent tool for knowledge management & documentation during covid times. Selection of the PV trainees from the community has been key. The M&E team has also been able to extract information received from these participatory videos. A few challenges to move through but plans are to expand this into different project regions this year. http://www.fao.org/dryland-forestry/mev-cam/background/en/
TECNO CAMON 16 S
08:20:42
Comme je ne parviens pas à me connecter à la version française, je le trouve dommage !
TECNO CAMON 16 S
08:21:20
Mon souhait d'avoir l'enregistrement en français
Christiane Monsieur
08:21:34
vous l'aurez
Lorena von Hildebrand (she/her)
08:21:45
https://www.powercube.net/
Andrea Sanchez Enciso
08:23:49
Dear participants we are collecting the questions for the Q&A please feel free to share them here
Katrien Holvoet
08:24:37
@ dee jupp, thank you for your suggestion about power and the open mind in working with communities… A question: some projects investing in infrastructure often work with group managed infrastructure and work through a process of transfer of responsibility (infrastructure for processing for example) in your approach to work in an empowering way how would this work and how do we avoid elite capture
Christiane Monsieur
08:24:39
nous rassemblons vos questions, n'hésitez pas à les poser ici, dans le chat
Romualdo Massa Bernucci
08:25:14
Is it possible to identify and measure standard indicators of impact?
Amanda Satterwhite
08:26:00
what data collection (or data ‘borrowing’ ) methods have you seen used effectively? Dee mentioned dramas, but what else? I.e. what are some alternatives to FGDs and workshops?
Christiane Monsieur
08:26:06
estamos recolectando sus preguntas. Pueden escribir sus preguntas aqui
LEON CIZUNGU MUSHOSHERE
08:26:20
what are the actions undertaken in the DRC especially here in the East and with what organization within the framework of community engagement
Ellen Verhofstadt
08:29:04
I missed some minutes of the discussion so my apologies if this is already discussed: The insights and approaches presented are not new and the added value of the findings are well known as well... Where do you find resistance to these approaches, what are the arguments used 'against' and how to deal with the resistance?
Christiane Monsieur
08:29:37
@Leon you question will be taken but I am afraid our speakers do not work in the DRC. But FAO does... Have a look at the first three webinars (links are included). The Dimitra CLubs approach is being implemented in various provinces in the DRC (South and Nord Kivu, Tanganiyka, Tshopo, etc.) . The Dimitra CLubs are a community engagement and gender transformative approach used in rural areas.
Christiane Monsieur
08:30:03
@Leon • Dimitra Clubs: What’s the impact?• ENG: http://www.fao.org/fao-stories/article/en/c/1200214/• FRE: http://www.fao.org/fao-stories/article/fr/c/1200426/
Lieselotte Heinz
08:30:30
How could community engagement improve e.g. standardized measures such as the Women’s Empowerment in Agriculture Index (WEAI)?
Maggie Makanza
08:31:44
The paradox of development agency-there is need for a paradigm shift of us taking projects that are designed to deliver specific outcomes in a logframe on things that may not have any meaning or relevancy to the community. That is why project after project, communities remain unchanged because we have not bothered to ask their perception/view of the problem which should inform project design and ultimately what we measure as progress. As practictioners we bring complexities in our theory of change based on our experiences rather than community experiences. If we go in with no assumptions, things are very clear from the community point of view.
Nibrass Almobarak
08:33:33
This is very deep and eye opening
TECNO CAMON 16 S
08:36:23
Je voudrai aussi la documentation sur les méthodes participatives d'évaluation des processus de changement et les changements dans les normes sociales. Ce serait intéressant pour nous
TECNO CAMON 16 S
08:37:11
Bonne suite et fin de la conférence
TECNO CAMON 16 S
08:39:32
Pourrais je avoir les contacts de l'équipe DIMITRA pour des échanges directs avec elle sur toute la démarche des clubs Dimitra ou clubs communautaire
Romualdo Massa Bernucci
08:42:27
How has focus on climate change and gender balance influenced impact measurement?
LEON CIZUNGU MUSHOSHERE
08:42:31
Je soutien cette demande des contacts de DIMITRA, veuillez nous les partager s'il vous plait
Kayode Idode
08:43:19
Thank you so much for your comment Makanza! This has always been what I have observed in the various projects I have been involved with. Most project designs are top - down instead of bottom - up. This makes sustainability impossible because the community were not involved from the beginning and so they just get involved to get the project benefits.
TECNO CAMON 16 S
08:43:41
pourrais je avoir les contacts de l'équipe DIMITRA pour des échanges directs avec elle
TECNO CAMON 16 S
08:44:57
OK, merci beaucoup !
Nedret Okan
08:45:50
If the Projects have not been identified and prepared in a participatory manner with the beneficiaries, it is not likely to achieve a participatory assessment. As long as the beneficiaries do not own the project and see them as the donor’s project they usually do not mindfully observe the changes/developments that are brought by the projects. In such cases, It is difficult to catch a complete story.
Nedret Okan
08:46:18
Sorry, me is Nedret Okan
Mariola Acosta, FAO
08:46:32
Similar to the participatory video approach that a colleague shared before, I have found photo interviewing to also be extremely powerful in capturing local population views, priorities and challenges https://cgspace.cgiar.org/handle/10568/93199
TECNO CAMON 16 S
08:46:53
Grand pour l'adresse email partagé
TECNO CAMON 16 S
08:50:34
Mme Christiane, je vous ai suivi au cours de la formation en cours sur la gouvernance responsable des régimes fonciers pastoraux. Merci pour l'intéressante expérience sur les clubs présentée
Maggie Makanza
08:53:54
what is the cost to the beneficiaries of investing their time into a project process that does not change their lives...we always look at the monetary cost from our point of view and not the community. There is also devaluation of indigenous knowledge systems
Pamela White
08:56:37
Jeremy - I have been working with a FInnish funded project in Nepal - Rural Village Water Resources Management Project https://www.rvwrmp.org.np/ - and we have been working on chhaupadi issues since about 2006 (in fact, we funded the first study on this issue), including methods such as participatory video. Happy to share info if you want to get in touch - pamela.white@fcg.fi
Dorothy Okello
08:57:38
Greetings and good evening from Kampala, Uganda. Have appreciated all the discussion on this important subject
Christiane Monsieur
08:58:41
@Dorothy, thank you! also for your amazing work
Gihana Donatha
08:59:29
I recall Sonal highlighting that there is need to think about cost in a much more wholistic way taking into account the cost of time that our beneficiaries put into this process. It is a win-win situation!!
Gihana Donatha
09:00:59
Interesting discussion indeed. Please keep up the great !
Nibrass Almobarak
09:01:04
An eye opening session. I am really grateful for the organizers and the panel for these rich and interesting insights.
Abdoulaye Dieye
09:01:28
Thanks for these very useful info. Please, can you share with us some examples of assessment Tools?
Christiane Monsieur
09:04:09
@Abdoulaye @Leon please have a look at the literature in that chat box (beginning). You will find a variety of tools and approaches
Abdoulaye Dieye
09:04:51
Thanks
Suzanne Phillips
09:05:18
Thank you for the profound insights from panelists, nice to speak about questions that are so important when engaging in development
Mariola Acosta, FAO
09:06:08
Thanks for a very interesting and insightful discussion
Andrea Sanchez Enciso
09:06:48
Thank you all for participating, we hope you have enjoyed it as much as we did!
Lorena von Hildebrand (she/her)
09:07:24
Thank you very much for the discussion, great points and references put forward to understanding how to better measure & evaluate for (more) sustainable engagement of communities. Looking forward to study resources shared
Christiane Monsieur
09:07:29
see: https://collabimpact.org/
PETER JOHN OPIO
09:07:43
I plead the recoding is shared. We had a power shut down here
Christiane Monsieur
09:08:01
These are participatory tools developed by Sonal:• Zaveri, Sonal (2014). Listening to Smaller Voices: An Innovative Tool for Evaluation, http://betterevaluation.org/search/node/listening%20to%20smaller%20voices• Zaveri, Sonal (2010). Participatory Tool: Communication Maps http://www.iied.org/pubs/pdfs/14573IIED.pdf
Andrea Sanchez Enciso
09:08:12
yes the recordings will be sent in the three languages
Christiane Monsieur
09:08:16
the recording will be sent to your email
Christiane Monsieur
09:08:40
• Zaveri, Sonal (2019), “Making evaluation matter: Capturing multiple realities and voices for sustainable development” contributor to the journal World Development - Symposium on RCTs in Development and Poverty Alleviation https://bit.ly/3wX5pg8• Zaveri, Sonal (2018) "Using a Feminist Lens for Utilization Focused Evaluations: Lessons Learned" in Ratna M. Sudarshan and Rajib Nandi eds. "Voices and Values: The Politics of Feminist Evaluation", Zubaan: New Delhi https://bit.ly/3tfxXix• Gender and Equity in Outcome Mapping, Monograph for Outcome Mapping Learning Community https://www.outcomemapping.ca/download/OM%20and%20Gender%20paper.pdf• Zaveri, Sonal (2016), contributing author in A Resource Pack on Gender Transformative Evaluations. (eds. Shraddha Chigateri and Shiny Saha), ISST, India https://bit.ly/3actjKI• Zaveri, Sonal (2015). Evaluation and Vulnerable Groups, in INCORE/IDRC Evaluation: Evaluation in the Extreme (eds. Kenneth Bush and Colleen McDuggan). Sage: New Delhi. http://bit.ly/2Tv3iPe
Christiane Monsieur
09:08:59
Helping women live meaningful lives (Three poisons for gender equality). The Lancet commission on Gender and Global Health.Global health as compassion. Distinguished Lecturer Series - Browns School: St Louis. February.Relevant Publications:• Cislaghi B et al. (2019); Global health is political; can it also be compassionate? Journal of Global Health, 9(2), p. 1-4. https://doi.org/10.7189/jogh.09.020306• Cislaghi B, Heise L (2019); Gender norms and social norms: differences, similarities and why they matter for prevention science. Sociology of Health and Illness. https://doi.org/10.1111/1467-9566.13008• Cislaghi B (2019); The potential of community-led work to change harmful gender norms. London: ODI. https://www.alignplatform.org/sites/default/files/2019-01/community_led_approach_report.pdf
Pamela White
09:09:22
thank you!
Marjan Leneman
09:09:33
Thank you
Jwala Nepal
09:09:37
Thank you everyone
Ivanna Valverde
09:09:41
thank you very much!
Angela Cordeiro
09:09:42
Thank you all speakers!
valentina franchi
09:09:46
Thank you very much for this very interesting webinar!
Jim Caro
09:09:47
Thank you very much. very insightful!
Ellen Verhofstadt
09:09:47
thanks!
Vermaran Extavour
09:09:49
Thank you for this session
Adriana Arboleda
09:09:55
Thanks
valentina franchi
09:09:56
Excellent moderation!
Andrea Sanchez Enciso
09:09:58
Thank you all for participating, for the mdoerator, for the speakers and interpreters!
Andrea Sanchez Enciso
09:10:06
and FAO services!
Arwa Khalid
09:10:06
Thank you, great session
Ahmed Al Obaidy
09:10:06
Thanks for all speakers.
Goda Milasiute
09:10:27
Thank you!
Thomas Fameso
09:10:31
Great presentations and candid
Abdoulaye Dieye
09:10:47
Thank you. Bye!