144/157 - Scaling up, sustaining, and spinning off: Alive & Thrive’s lessons on infant and young child feeding in three countries, and implications for beyond

Organized by: Alive & Thrive (USA)
Track 3: Public Health Nutrition and Environment
Thursday 19 October 8.00 - 10.00 h. Room 13 - Águila

Chair

Dr. Karin Lapping

Alive & Thrive. FHI 360. USA.

Assigned Co-Chair

Prof. Gabriela Perdigón

Tucumán University. CONICET-Cerela. Tucumán. Argentina.

See biography


Opening remarks

Chair

Dr. Karin Lapping

Alive & Thrive. FHI 360. USA.


Impact: Intervention results

Speaker

Dr. Purnima Menon

International Food Policy Research Institute. India.


Implementation: What we did and how it worked (or didn’t)

Moderator

Dr. Ellen Piwoz

Senior Program Officer, in the Nutrition Division of Global Development Program of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Seattle, USA.


Panelists

Desta Kebede

Alive & Thrive Ethiopia. FHI 360. Ethiopia.


Silvia Alayon

Save the Children. USA.


Roger Mathisen

MSc. RD – Program Director. Alive & Thrive. Southeast Asia.


Raisul Haque

The Bangladesh Rural Advancement Committee (BRAC). Bangladesh.


Generation 2: Expanding our learnings to new geographies; next steps and sustainability

Speakers

Dr. Tina Sanghvi

Alive & Thrive. FHI 360. USA.


Dr. Karin Lapping

Alive & Thrive. FHI 360. USA.


Dr. Nemat Hajeebhoy

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. USA.


Silvia Alayon

Save the Children. USA.