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Friday, September 16 • 1:30pm - 3:30pm
SDG2 Accountability Framework: for a World without Hunger

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Ensuring effective accountability mechanisms will be a pre-requisite for achieving food and nutrition security and thus advancing the progress towards Sustainable Development Goal 2. Identifying and filling data gaps, data standardisation and data disaggregation will become increasingly critical with the ever greatest focus on socio-economic inequalities. This session highlights the results of the work on SDG2-related accountability and data gaps undertaken by a multistakeholder group led by GODAN, in particular the results of the workshop, which took place during the HLPF in July in New York. The framework consists of a pool of policies and tools to be adapted by governments, civil society, international organizations, and the private sector, and involves creating an enabling environment and a tailored data portal.

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Andre Laperriere

Executive Director, GODAN Secretariat
Mr. André Laperriere joined the Global Open Data Initiative on Agriculture and Nutrition (GODAN) as its first Executive Director, in September 2015. During his career, Mr. Laperriere has led/managed numerous projects on behalf of large Private Corporations and subsequently, within the United Nations and the World Bank. In this context he played a senior role in the design and the implementation of major reforms within a number of... Read More →

Gawain Kripke

policy director, oxfam

Sylvia Szabo

Nutrition Policy and Advocacy Adviser, Save the Children

Session Speaker
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Karen Fabbri

Policy Officer, European Commission
Policy Officer at the European Commission's Directorate General for Research and Innovation (R&I) focussing on Food and Nutrition Security (FNS). Developing FOOD 2030 - a new EU R&I policy narrative to future-proof our food systems by stepping-up R&I for more impactful and societally relevant FNS solutions better-suited to withstand the looming 'perfect storm' - the urgent and combined effects of climate change, sustainability... Read More →
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Kiringai Kamau

Programme Lead, CANIS (Center for Agricultural Networking and Information Sharing), University o
My work involves wealth creation vehicles among the communities and groups of common interests that I work with. We drive this through Value Addition and Cottage Industry Development (VACID Africa). VACID Africa is an outcome of my work with the Kenya government and UNIDO. It is an International NGO that links ICT to Agricultural Value Chains founded when I came face to face with the challenges of integrating knowledge to rural agriculture... Read More →
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Geraldo Martha

Coordinator of Embrapa's Scientific Cooperation Program in the United States (Embrapa Labex-USA), Embrapa
Geraldo Martha is an agronomist (1994), having received his Ph.D. (2003) in agronomy, with emphasis in Animal Sciences and Pastures from the University of São Paulo. He completed a post-doctoral fellowship in economics at the University of Brasilia (2007). He has been a researcher at Embrapa (Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation) since 2001. In the past 15 years he has coordinated more than a dozen research projects, and has... Read More →
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Alberto Sandoval Uribe

Executive Director, Transversal Think Tank
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Paul Zeitz

Director, Data Revolution for Sustainable Development Team
Dr. Paul Zeitz serves as a Senior Advisor at the U.S. Department of State. In this role, he is spearheading efforts to harness the data revolution for sustainable development. He co-coordinates an internal USG working group on the data revolution for sustainable development and he actively liaises with the Data Revolution Task Force. Dr. Zeitz is co-leading the MCC-PEPFAR Partnership to strengthen country-Led open data systems, the Global... Read More →

Friday September 16, 2016 1:30pm - 3:30pm

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