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Public Food Procurement Mini-Grantees Presentations - Shared screen with speaker view
Catty Li
19:58
Good morning from Uruguay 🇺🇾
Nicole Ide
20:17
Welcome everyone! So glad you're with us today!
Megan Henry
40:47
It’s very quiet and choppy, Brenda!
Nora Abdel-Gawad
40:51
Brenda could you try speaking closer to the microphone?
Nicole Ide
41:31
Brenda unfortunately we cannot hear you
Megan Henry
42:07
That sounds better!
Brenda Chitindi
52:58
My Network very poor.
Nicole Ide
53:11
No worries - we heard you clearly in the end!
Verónica Robinson
58:33
thank you very much for share your experience in your countries!
Megan Henry
01:00:21
This is Megan Henry at Johns Hopkins University, and I want to also say thank you to all of the speakers today. I think it is so valuable do share these kinds of challenges and opportunities. We rarely read about this important formative work in published papers or guides/reports, yet it is essential to the success of policy implementation. Hoping to hear more from each group as progress is made!
Megan Henry
01:01:30
Would it have been helpful to have a “model” policy to discuss with stakeholders?
Megan Henry
01:02:05
(A model policy that could be adapted to context- but some kind of framework or global standard)
Brenda Chitindi
01:03:03
If there is an question for me you can write here.
Issah Ali (INSLA)
01:03:35
To Zambia: Will a legal guideline or legislation on PFP make any difference in Zambia considering the educational programmes carried out in the project?
Brenda Chitindi
01:04:37
Yes it can make a very big difference.
Lisa-Rufaro
01:06:14
A policy framework/model would have been helpful - we have seen that governments do want to regulate how food is procured, prepared and served in public spaces (same as Nepal) but because there are no real frameworks/models available, it is a challenge to put together hence several documents, strategies and policies that try to bridge that gap
Megan Henry
01:11:15
Amazing work, all. You are inspiring our team to support your work going forward!
Benjamin Anabila (INSLA)
01:11:19
Thanks