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Introduction

The World Bank and its partners are pleased to offer a series of inter-regional knowledge and learning seminars through the Global Development Learning Network (GDLN) on issues that are of high priority when dealing with Avian and Human Influenza (AHI) preparedness. The Global Development Learning Network is a partnership of more than 100 Distance Learning Centers that use advanced information and communications technologies to facilitate knowledge exchange and have the skills and experience to connect organizations and communities working in development in a timely and cost-effective manner.The seminars will provide for an exchange of knowledge, the sharing of experiences and good practices and lessons that have been learned. All information and resources that are developed for use in these seminars will be made available to the Bank and its partners for application and use, as appropriate. It is intended that this series will better enable the Bank and its partners to strengthen their approach to knowledge and capacity building on AHI issues around the world.

Webcast Live at http://vcg01.worldbank.org/vc/

URLhttp://www.worldbank.org/avianflu

Seminar

The seminar will be led by co-authors from the interagency team comprising of World Bank, FAO, OiE, and the IFPRI that developed the “Enhancing Control of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza in Developing Countries through Compensation” report. The co-authors will present and discuss the key findings of the report, including (a) The Identification of Beneficiaries; (b) Establishing Losses; (c) Setting the Level and Timeliness of Compensation; (d) Promoting Awareness, Communication and Capacity Building; (e) Organizing Payment and Accountability; and (f) The Way Forward. The seminar will provide an opportunity for countries, agencies and donors to engage in a substantive discussion around some of the main issues arising in this complex policy area. Select countries will be invited to contribute their experience, in addition to representatives from civil society, the donor community, NGOs, and government and technical agencies.

  • Featuring:

  • United Nations - Dr. David Nabarro, Sr. UN System Influenza Coordinator, United Nations

  • OIE - Dr. Bernard Vallat, Director General

  • World Bank - Christopher Delgado, Strategy & Policy Adviser, Agriculture & Rural Development

  • FAO - Anni McLeod, Senior Officer (Livestock Policy)

  • IFPRI - Clare Narrod, Senior Research Fellow

  • Locations & Local Times

  • Abuja, 10.00-1.00PM

  • Peter Ijeh. Email:[email protected]

  • Addis Abba, 1.00-4.00 PM

  • Belay Gebremedhin. Email:<[email protected]

  • Bucharest, 9.00AM-12.00 PM

  • Serban Mestecaneanu. Email: [email protected]

  • Hanoi, 2:00-5:00 PM

  • Linh Hoai Nguyen. Email: [email protected]

  • Jakarta, 2.00-5.00 PM

  • Prabha Chandran. Email: [email protected]

  • Nairobi, 10:00 AM-1:00 PM

  • [TBC]

  • Paris, 8.00-11.00 AM

  • Laurent Porte. Email: [email protected]

  • Rome, 8:00-11:00 AM

  • Joanne Fletcher. Email:[email protected]

  • Vientiane, 2.00-5.00 PM

  • Vieng Srithirath. Email:[email protected]

  • Washington DC, 2:00-5:00 AM

  • Sonya Woo. Email: [email protected]

  • Program Contacts

  • Sonya Woo. Knowledge Coordinator, East Asia & Pacific Vice Presidency. Email: [email protected]

  • Bob McGough. Instructional Designer. Email:[email protected]

Global Development Learning Network

An Inter-Regional Knowledge Sharing Series on

Avian and Human Influenza

Seminar Three

Compensation Policies: Issues and

Good Practice

A distance learning seminar organized by the World Bank, UNSIC, FAO, IFPRI and OiE

February 13, 2007

In cooperation with the following GDLN affiliates:

Vietnam Development Information Center

Italian International Development Law Organization

Paris Distance Learning Center

Ethiopian Civil Service College

Romania British Council Knowledge & Learning Center

Tokyo Distance Learning Center

Chulalongkorn University

U.S.A. (Washington D.C.) Studios

WB Office Indonesia

WB Office Kenya

WB Office Lao PDR

WB Office Nigeria


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