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Annex 2

SLA Forum programme

INTER-AGENCY FORUM ON OPERATIONALIZING PARTICIPATORY WAYS OF APPLYING SUSTAINABLE LIVELIHOODS APPROACHES (SLA FORUM)

Siena, Italy, 7-11 March 2000

PROGRAMME


Tuesday, 7 March 2000

17.30
Inaugural session
19.00
Welcome address, by Jennie Dey-Abbas, FAO
Address by Michael Scott, DFID
Getting to know each other
Participants' expectations and issues
Briefing on Forum strategy, by Rathin Roy, Forum Facilitator
An introduction to sustainable livelihoods approaches, by Tim Frankenberger, CARE

Wednesday, 8 March 2000

08.30
Session 1 (case groups)
Introduction to the project
10.00
Coffee break
10.30
Session 2 (case groups)
Understanding the diagnostic/design process of the project
13.00
Lunch
14.30
Session 3 (case groups)
16.30
Comparing the project's diagnostic/design process with that of SLA
16.30
Coffee break
17.00
Plenary session
18.00
Presentation on DFID-supported FAO West Africa Artisanal Fisheries Project, by Jock Campbell

18.00
Plenary session
19.00
Consolidation and sharing of the day's learning
20.00
Dinner

Thursday, 9 March 2000

08.30
Session 1 (case groups)
Understanding the implementation process of the project
11.30
Coffee break
12.00
Session 2 (plenary)
Importance of transforming structures & processes to a project's success: presentation of mini-case study on DFID-supported DELIVERI project, by Dil Peeling
Natural resources management & gender in the context of SLA, presentation of mini-case study on FAO's PUCD project in Pakistan, by Marilee Kane
13.00
Lunch
14.30
Session 3 (case groups)
17.30
Operationalizing SLA in the implementation process & institutionalization and sustainability
17.30
Coffee break
18.00
Session 4 (plenary session)
Pulling it all together: presentations of main learning of case groups, presentations by case study groups (identification and listing of cross-cutting issues arising from discussions by case groups)
20.00
Dinner
21.30
Plenary session
Policy and SLA, a short presentation by Anne Thomson, followed by discussion
Parallel group meetings on cross-cultural issues and SLA

Friday, 10 March 2000

08.15
Plenary session
Pulling it all together: presentation of main learning of case groups, presentations by case study groups (continued)
Formation of groups to discuss cross-cutting issues
10.00
Session 1 (issues groups)
Discussion of cross-cutting issues
10.30
Coffee break
11.00
Session 2 (issues groups)
Discussion of cross-cutting issues
13.00
Lunch
14.30
Session 4 plenary
Some thoughts on internalization of SLA, presentation by Mary Hobley, followed by discussion
15.30
Coffee break
16.00
Session 5
(discussion in groups organized by agency)
19.30
Thinking through change
20.00
Dinner
21.30
Plenary session
SLA in the context of complexity theory, a short presentation by Naresh Singh, followed by discussion.

Saturday, 11 March 2000

08.30
Plenary session
Sharing of lessons learned by the groups discussing cross-cutting issues, presentations by issues groups
Sharing of lessons learned on internalization of SLA, presentations by agency groups
11.00
Closing remarks by Jane Clark, DFID
11.30
Coffee break
12.00
Meeting of managers of cooperating agencies
13.00
Lunch

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