A two day conference for senior directors of development ministries and agencies and other high-level experts to discuss the implications of a changing development agenda, the features that make an agency efficient, and lessons from how agencies are evolving.
There is an increasing recognition amongst the development industry of the need to ‘do development differently.' However, operationalising such ways of working are difficult. This seminar will look at how this new approach can be accommodated with existing donor programming structures and requirements.
This panel discussion reviews new research, programme implementation experience and policy guidance on financial inclusion. It is designed for specialists in the field, and people knowledgeable about financial services and/or poverty reduction – practitioners or policy makers.
This event aims to change the debate on how to incentivize more investment in DRM through analysis of the wider co-benefits of DRM investments that occur independently of whether or not the disaster event occurs.
In the spirit of the third World Conference on Disaster Risk Reduction (WCDRR), the Humanitarian Practice Network will be hosting a side event in Sendai to introduce the upcoming revised edition of Good Practice Review (GPR) 9 on Disaster risk reduction: mitigation and preparedness in development and emergency programming.