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    Monitoring Evaluation Private Sector Development Security Development Urban Development Young Professionals Youth in Development Africa Asia Pacific Latin America Middle East Independent Consultants Network Andrew E Rice Award Livestream Membership Individual Member Benefits Institutional Member Benefits Member Directory Contact Search form Search How To Participate Events 2016 Annual Conference Workgroups Civil Society Workgroup Crisis Conflict Transition Democracy Rights Governance Development Finance Development Information Education for Development Energy Infrastructure Environment Food Security Agriculture Gender Inclusive Development International Health Nutrition Knowledge Management Monitoring Evaluation Private Sector Development Security Development Urban Development Young Professionals Youth in Development Africa Asia Pacific Latin America Middle East Independent Consultants Network Andrew E Rice Award Livestream Asia Pacific The Asia and Pacific Workgroup is a group of individuals actively committed to issues of development concerning the region With issues ranging from illegal wildlife trade to the atmosphere towards and inside of countries such as Myanmar this workgroup aims to promote and inform on any and all of development issues related to the Asia and Pacific region Meet the Co Chairs Bill Hampton Director of International Relations SIL International Jack Andre Principal Associate Nathan Associates Inc Join the Discussion Sign up for the SID W Newsletter Follow SID

    Original URL path: http://www.sidw.org/workgroups/asia-pacific (2016-04-29)
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    Health Nutrition Knowledge Management Monitoring Evaluation Private Sector Development Security Development Urban Development Young Professionals Youth in Development Africa Asia Pacific Latin America Middle East Independent Consultants Network Andrew E Rice Award Livestream Membership Individual Member Benefits Institutional Member Benefits Member Directory Contact Search form Search How To Participate Events 2016 Annual Conference Workgroups Civil Society Workgroup Crisis Conflict Transition Democracy Rights Governance Development Finance Development Information Education for Development Energy Infrastructure Environment Food Security Agriculture Gender Inclusive Development International Health Nutrition Knowledge Management Monitoring Evaluation Private Sector Development Security Development Urban Development Young Professionals Youth in Development Africa Asia Pacific Latin America Middle East Independent Consultants Network Andrew E Rice Award Livestream Latin America The Latin America and Caribbean Workgroup is a group of individuals actively committed to issues of development concerning the region With issues ranging from the social investment models to the changing geo political map of the region this workgroup aims to promote and inform on any and all of development issues related to the Latin America and the Caribbean area Meet the Co Chairs Sergio Cambronero President CEO NetAssessment Inc Join the Discussion Sign up for the SID W Newsletter Follow SID W on Twitter

    Original URL path: http://www.sidw.org/workgroups/latin-america (2016-04-29)
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    Development International Health Nutrition Knowledge Management Monitoring Evaluation Private Sector Development Security Development Urban Development Young Professionals Youth in Development Africa Asia Pacific Latin America Middle East Independent Consultants Network Andrew E Rice Award Livestream Membership Individual Member Benefits Institutional Member Benefits Member Directory Contact Search form Search How To Participate Events 2016 Annual Conference Workgroups Civil Society Workgroup Crisis Conflict Transition Democracy Rights Governance Development Finance Development Information Education for Development Energy Infrastructure Environment Food Security Agriculture Gender Inclusive Development International Health Nutrition Knowledge Management Monitoring Evaluation Private Sector Development Security Development Urban Development Young Professionals Youth in Development Africa Asia Pacific Latin America Middle East Independent Consultants Network Andrew E Rice Award Livestream Middle East The Middle East Workgroup is a group of individuals actively committed to issues of development concerning the region With issues ranging from the impact of mass migration to the changing involvement of aid within the region this workgroup aims to promote and inform on any and all of development issues related to the Middle East Meet the Co Chairs Hisham Jabi Technical Director Management Systems International Join the Discussion Sign up for the SID W Newsletter Follow SID W on Twitter sidwashington We

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    assigned topic Joseph Ogutu Director of Strategy Innovation for M PESA provider Safaricom and Chairman of the Safaricom Foundation will deliver a keynote address You can read about breakout panel topics here Details on speakers moderators luncheon table topics and more will be available soon Register now to get the early bird rate and join us for a day of thoughtful and provocative exchange For questions regarding the 2016 Annual Conference please email annualconference sidw org or call 202 331 1317 Individual Registration Sponsor Registration Thank you to all of our Sponsors Diamond Platinum Gold Silver Bronze BDO USA LLP Duke Center for International Development Grant Thornton LLP Humana People to People IBI ICMA IMPAQ International LLC InsideNGO IREX The KonTerra Group LMI Oxfam America PCDN Synergy International Systems Inc Volunteers for Economic Growth Alliance VEGA Supporter Small Business SNV USA World Vision Why I Belong to SID W I am very grateful to SID Washington As a 30 year member of the organization I applaud SID Washington s commitment to airing multiple perspectives on controversial and timely issues SID Washington s proven ability to assemble diverse groups and fine minds to discuss and debate important issues with passion and mutual respect is an enormous contribution Larry Cooley President Management Systems International I joined SID Washington because it offers a collaborative platform for sharing good ideas strategic relationships and innovative solutions that are critical for developing effective responses to the challenges of globalization Kristi Ragan Strategic Advisor to USAID Global Development Alliance DAI If you are an active practitioner in the field of international development the SID Washington D C Chapter is a must group for you No other organization follows the unfolding events of development as closely or completely Jim Kolbe Senior Transatlantic Fellow Transatlantic Taskforce on Development German

    Original URL path: http://www.sidw.org/2016-annual-conference (2016-04-29)
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    define the nature of the problem affect both program and measurement execution How do our outcome and impact expectations influence metric development What methodological adjustments need to be made to conflict prevention approaches to enhance effective CVE M E What technological tools are available to help generate more and better data and to enhance analysis And finally not only what lessons have we learned and applied in the past couple of years but what mechanisms are in place to capture and share ongoing learning Peace Justice and the Kitchen Sink The Role of Governance in the UN s 2030 Sustainable Development Goals The UN Sustainable Development Goals SDGs will shape development in the coming decades This panel will look at how the development community can contribute to achieving Goal 16 Promote peaceful and inclusive societies for sustainable development provide access to justice for all and build effective accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels The targets under SDG 16 cover a broad range of issues such as promote rule of law at the national and international levels and ensure equal access to justice for all Substantially reduce corruption and bribery in all their forms Develop effective accountable and transparent institutions at all levels By 2030 provide legal identity for all including birth registration and Promote and enforce non discriminatory laws and policies for sustainable development The roundtable will discuss 1 links trade offs and priorities among the SDG 16 targets 2 strategies and tactics for reaching the targets and 3 operational options and challenges for engaging country governments citizens donor agencies and development implementers to work toward SDG 16 s targets The Refugee Crisis Moving from Immediate Emergency to Global Structure OECD countries used to think of refugees as a crisis that occurs in other countries Europe is discovering its own systems are ill equipped to deal humanely with the humanitarian crisis As we come to grips with the fact that these crises are no longer merely immediate emergencies but more and more protracted and on going humanitarian disasters how do we need to develop our response capabilities Many of our responses and systems such as healthcare systems are often ill equipped to respond adequately to the range of needs of refugee populations Responses are piece meal and not integrated and comprehensive This panel will discuss the challenges in meeting the needs of refugee populations and explore inclusive strategies to address sufficient access and availability for all Participants in this session will be encouraged to actively engage in coming up with recommendations for policy makers donors and practitioners The Future of Feed the Future Feed the Future FTF is one of the principal international development initiatives of the Obama Administration Launched following the 2008 spike in world food prices that damaged economies across the world and led to destabilizing riots in over 30 countries FTF was also intended to address the need to feed a growing world population expected to reach 9 billion people by 2050 in light of challenges

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    breakfast Boxed lunch Wine and cheese reception Payment Methods We accept Visa Mastercard and American Express payment via Eventbrite If you prefer to process your credit card payment over the phone please call 202 331 1317 Please make checks payable to SID Washington and mail to SID Washington 1101 15th Street 3rd Floor Washington DC 20005 Registration Cancellation Information To see member rates on Eventbrite please enter the email address associated with your SID Washington member profile into the discount code box If you don t know your member profile information please contact us at 202 331 1317 Refunds are available until May 20th at 12 00 PM EST Confirmed registrants who do not participate or who cancel after this time will forfeit their registration fees If you need to cancel and would like a refund please send an email to annualconference sidw org before 12 00 PM EST on Friday May 20th Individual Registration Join the Conversation sidwashington SIDW16 Why I Belong to SID W I am very grateful to SID Washington As a 30 year member of the organization I applaud SID Washington s commitment to airing multiple perspectives on controversial and timely issues SID Washington s proven ability to assemble diverse groups and fine minds to discuss and debate important issues with passion and mutual respect is an enormous contribution Larry Cooley President Management Systems International I joined SID Washington because it offers a collaborative platform for sharing good ideas strategic relationships and innovative solutions that are critical for developing effective responses to the challenges of globalization Kristi Ragan Strategic Advisor to USAID Global Development Alliance DAI If you are an active practitioner in the field of international development the SID Washington D C Chapter is a must group for you No other organization follows the unfolding

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    require a refund please call our office at 202 331 1317 We do not offer half day conference registrations Only full day conference registrations are available If you are having trouble registering for the Annual Conference online please feel free to call our office at 202 331 1317 for additional assistance Conference Program The program will be updated frequently as we approach the conference For the most up to date program please visit our conference homepage Sponsorship Click here for more information about becoming a sponsor Volunteer Opportunities A limited number of volunteer opportunities will be available If interested in volunteering for the 2016 Annual Conference please email a one page résumé to annualconference sidw org Press If you are a member of the press that is interested in attending the 2016 Annual Conference please email annualconference sidw org You will be required to show your press credentials the day of the conference Other Questions All programs will be in English If you require any special accommodations or assistance please email us at annualconference sidw org or call us at 202 331 1317 Join the Conversation sidwashington SIDW16 Why I Belong to SID W I am very grateful to SID Washington As a 30 year member of the organization I applaud SID Washington s commitment to airing multiple perspectives on controversial and timely issues SID Washington s proven ability to assemble diverse groups and fine minds to discuss and debate important issues with passion and mutual respect is an enormous contribution Larry Cooley President Management Systems International I joined SID Washington because it offers a collaborative platform for sharing good ideas strategic relationships and innovative solutions that are critical for developing effective responses to the challenges of globalization Kristi Ragan Strategic Advisor to USAID Global Development Alliance DAI If you

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    annual rate We encourage our members to pay by check or wire but also accept credit cards with a 4 processing fee If you have any questions please call us at 202 331 1317 or email us at membership sidw org Organization Details Organization Name Street Address City State Province Postal Code Country United States Website Membership Manager First Name Last Name Job Title Email Why I Belong to SID W I am very grateful to SID Washington As a 30 year member of the organization I applaud SID Washington s commitment to airing multiple perspectives on controversial and timely issues SID Washington s proven ability to assemble diverse groups and fine minds to discuss and debate important issues with passion and mutual respect is an enormous contribution Larry Cooley President Management Systems International I joined SID Washington because it offers a collaborative platform for sharing good ideas strategic relationships and innovative solutions that are critical for developing effective responses to the challenges of globalization Kristi Ragan Strategic Advisor to USAID Global Development Alliance DAI If you are an active practitioner in the field of international development the SID Washington D C Chapter is a must group for you No other organization follows the unfolding events of development as closely or completely Jim Kolbe Senior Transatlantic Fellow Transatlantic Taskforce on Development German Marshall Fund I am very grateful to SID Washington As a 30 year member of the organization I applaud SID Washington s commitment to airing multiple perspectives on controversial and timely issues SID Washington s proven ability to assemble diverse groups and fine minds to discuss and debate important issues with passion and mutual respect is an enormous contribution Larry Cooley President Management Systems International I joined SID Washington because it offers a collaborative platform for sharing good

    Original URL path: http://www.sidw.org/institutional-membership-application (2016-04-29)
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