Using Past Experiences to Guide Future Development in SIDs and FCAS
3:00-4:30 pm Manila time, via Zoom
The spread of COVID-19 has gravely impacted the 2030 Agenda, and nowhere more sharply than in the least developed, fragile, and conflict affected countries. IED and SCDCC invite you to join a panel discussion on how ADB can improve the effectiveness of its operations and achieve its Strategy 2030 objectives and in Fragile and Conflict-Affected Situations (FCAS) and Small Island Developing States (SIDS) by using lessons from its past experiences.
|Date||Session / Activity||Presentation Material||Speaker(s)|
|22 Jun 2021||Opening Session||Introduction||Saleha Waseem, Senior Evaluation Specialist, Independent Evaluation Department (IED)|
|22 Jun 2021||Presentation||
Supporting More Effective Development in FCAS and SIDS: What Evaluation Tell Us
In this presentation, Benjamin Graham gave an overview of Fragile and Conflict-Affected Situations (FCAS) and Small Island Developing States (SIDS) in...
|22 Jun 2021||Panel Discussion||Moderator||Marvin Taylor-Dormond, Director General, IED|
|22 Jun 2021||Panel Discussion||Panelists||Sergio Lugaresi Executive Director, BOD|
|22 Jun 2021||Panel Discussion||Leah Gutierrez Director General, PARD|
|22 Jun 2021||Panel Discussion||Joanne Asquith Director, Thematic and Country Division, IED|
|22 Jun 2021||Panel Discussion||Samuel Tumiwa Advisor (Conflict-Affected Situations), SDCC|
|22 Jun 2021||Panel Discussion||Stephan Wegner Senior Evaluation Officer, Independent Evaluation Group World Bank|
|22 Jun 2021||Closing Session||Closing Remarks|