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Monday, October, 19, 2020 -Friday, October, 30, 2020
9:00 AM -11:00 AM
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Missed the Workshop?
If you were unable to join us for the Annual Workshop, all 12 recorded sessions are now available on the Scaling Community of Practice's newly launched website. Visit the new site to view the recordings and engage with fellow scaling experts.
Week 1: Plenary Sessions
09:00 am
October 19: Implications of COVID-19 for Scaling Strategies and Pathways

Panelists provided by the CoP Working Groups on Education, Health and Agriculture and Rural Development

Moderator: Johannes Linn, Non-resident Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution; Distinguished Resident Scholar, Emerging Markets Forum; Senior Fellow, Results for Development Institute; and Senior Fellow of the International Initiative for Impact Evaluation (3ie)

Panelists:

  • Julie Howard, Senior Adviser (non-resident), Global Food Security Program, Center for Strategic and International Studies
  • Edward Mabaya, Cornell University
  • Jenny Perlman Robinson, Senior Fellow, Center for Universal Education, Brookings Institution
  • Dr. Sara Ruto, Chief Executive Officer, People's Action for Learning Network
  • Dr. Rebecka Lundgren, Learning Collaborative to Advance Social Norms, Center for Gender Equity and Health at the University of California at San Diego
  • Dr. Sada Danmusa, Chief Executive Officer, Mid-Space/Dos Center
09:00 am
October 20: The Role of Political Consensus and Shifting Global Narratives in Scaling

Panelists provided by the CoP Working Groups on Nutrition, Climate Change and Youth Employment

Moderator: Isabel Guerrero, Executive Director, IMAGOGG

Panelists:

  • Amar Bhattacharya, Senior Fellow, Global Economy and Development Program, Brookings Institution
  • Hisham Jabi, Consultant, World Bank
  • Cheick Oumar Doumbia, Ambassador, One Young World
  • Jeremy Shoham, Co-Founder and Partner, Nutrition for Development
09:00 am
October 23: Adaptive Management as a Centerpiece of Effective Scaling

Panelists provided by the CoP Working Groups on M&E, Fragile States and Social Enterprise

Moderator: Larry Cooley, Senior Advisor and President Emeritus, MSI, a Tetra Tech company; Chair, Governing Council, Society for International Development; Fellow and Board Member, National Academy of Public Administration; and Non-Resident Senior Fellow, Brookings Institution

Panelists:

  • Michelle Adams-Matson, Practice Area Lead for Strategy, Evaluation and Analysis, MSI, a Tetra Tech company
  • Alastair McKechnie, Senior Research Associate, Overseas Development Institute
  • Rob Chase, Practice Manager for Social Protection and Jobs, East Africa Region, World Bank
  • Elaine Tinsley, World Bank
  • Nedjma Koval-Saifi, Founder, Integrated International
  • Adanma Abalunam, Engagement Director, Busara
Week 2: Discussion Sessions
09:00 am
October 26: Simultaneous Working Group Sessions

Education

  • Nitika Tolani
  • Jenny Perlman Robinson

Health

  • Ruth Simmons
  • Laura Ghiron

Agriculture & Rural Development

  • Lennart Woltering
  • Julie Howard
09:00 am
October 28: Simultaneous Working Group Sessions

Youth Employment

  • Liz Vance
  • Jess Ngo
  • Hisham Jabi

Social Enterprise

  • Elaine Tinsley
  • Isabel Guerrero

M&E

  • Larry Cooley
  • John Floretta
09:00 am
October 30: Simultaneous Working Group Sessions

Climate Change

  • George Zedginidze
  • Amar Bhattacharya

Nutrition

  • Chytanya Kompala
  • Dylan Walters

Fragile States

  • Jonathan Papoulidis
  • Rob Chase
Meet Our Plenary Session Panelists
October 19
Implications of COVID-19 for Scaling Strategies and Pathways
Johannes Linn
Brookings Institution; Emerging Markets Forum
Johannes Linn
Julie Howard
Center for Strategic and International Studies
Julie Howard
Edward Mabaya
Cornell University
Edward Mabaya
Jenny Perlman Robinson
Brookings Institution
Jenny Perlman Robinson
Dr. Sara Ruto
People's Action for Learning Network
Dr. Sara Ruto
Dr. Rebecka Lundgren
Center for Gender Equity and Health, University of California at San Diego
Rebecka Lundgren
Dr. Sada Danmusa
Mid-Space/Dos Center
Sada Danmusa
October 20
The Role of Political Consensus and Shifting Global Narratives in Scaling
Isabel Guerrero
IMAGOGG
Isabel Guerrero
Amar Bhattacharya
Brookings Institution
Amar Bhattacharya
Hisham Jabi
World Bank
Hisham Jabi
Cheick Oumar Doumbia
One Young World
Cheick Oumar Doumbia
Jeremy Shoham
Nutrition for Development
Jeremy Shoham
October 23
Adaptive Management as a Centerpiece of Effective Scaling
Larry Cooley
MSI, a Tetra Tech company
Larry Cooley
Michelle Adams-Matson
MSI, a Tetra Tech company
Michelle Adams-Matson
Alastair McKechnie
Overseas Development Institute
Alastair McKechnie
Rob Chase
World Bank
Rob Chase
Elaine Tinsley
World Bank
Elaine Tinsley
Nedjma Koval-Saifi
Integrated International
Nedjma Koval-Saifi
Adanma Abalunam
Busara
Adanma Abalunam
About the CoP
Founded six years ago by Larry Cooley and Johannes Linn, the Scaling Up Community of Practice (CoP) provides a platform for knowledge exchange among experts and practitioners on approaches to scaling up development interventions, for developing partnerships, and for championing the idea that scaling up development impact is critical for achieving global development aspirations. The CoP has more than 700 members from over 200 institutions, including bilateral and multilateral development organizations, operating NGOs, grant-making foundations, universities, and think tanks.

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