Sunday, November 1, 2015

CSIS Event: Strengthening Collaboration on Humanitarian Emergency Response - Thursday, November 12

The CSIS Africa Program invites you to a conference on:
Strengthening Collaboration on 
Humanitarian Emergency Response 

Featuring:


Dr. Emmanuel Dolo
Head of Secretariat, Presidential Advisory Council on Ebola
Office of the President, Republic of Liberia

Hon. Gangalal Tuladhar
Member of Parliament, Government of Nepal
Coordinator, National Campaign for Disaster Risk Reduction, Nepal

Valerie Bemo

Senior Program Officer, Global Development, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Jeremy Konyndyk

Director, Office of U.S. Foreign Disaster Assistance, USAID

Ky Luu

Executive Director, Disaster Resilience Leadership Academy, Tulane University

Moderated by:

Jennifer Cooke
Director, CSIS Africa Program
Thursday, November 12, 2015
2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
CSIS | 2nd Floor Conference Room
1616 Rhode Island Avenue NW, Washington, D.C. 20036


The West Africa Ebola crisis, the deadly April 2015 earthquake in Nepal, and ongoing crises in Syria, Central African Republic, and beyond have exposed weaknesses of global humanitarian emergency response efforts. Complex humanitarian emergencies require a constellation of actors from different sectors working collaboratively to save lives and provide critical services. A new report by the Disaster Resilience Group, A Networked Approach to Strengthening Emergency Response Capacity, draws lessons from international and local networks and offers recommendations for building capacity among first- and second-line responders and strengthening networks for emergency response. Panelists will present the report's findings and discuss how they might be implemented to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of emergency response.

Click here to register or RSVP to africa@csis.org

This event is made possible by general support to CSIS.  No direct sponsorship contributed to this event.

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