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World Bank annual meeting Japan: CSO panel discussion achieving better health outcomes through investments in social accountability

Date
Time (GMT +01) 16:00 17:30

Description

Moderator:       Joy Phumaphi, Co-Chair of the iERG(TBC)

Panelists:

  1. Dr. Lynn Freedman, Professor at Columbia University, Mailman School of Public Health
  2. Rudo Kwaramba, Regional Leader, Southern Africa Region, World Vision International
  3. Fletcher Tambo, Research Associate, Overseas Development Institute
  4. Carolyn Reynolds, The World Bank (TBC)
  5. Representative of Government of Japan (TBC)

Order of Proceedings

3:50

Attendees arrive and are seated

4:00

Welcome; introduction of panelists (JP)

4:10

Panelist 1: Dr Lynn Freedman

The human rights discourse; health as a human right

4:20

Panelist 2: Rudo Kwaramba

World Vision’s experience with Social Accountability in the Southern Africa Region

What does social accountability do for the health of the poor?

4:30

Panelist 3: Fletcher Tambo

Social accountability, theories of change

What are the critical success factors of Social Accountability?

4:45

Panelist 4: Carolyn Reynolds (TBC)

What can we do as a donor community to support social accountability? 

Why has the Bank taken this unprecedented step of creating the Global Partnership for Social Accountability?

4:55

Panelist 5: Government of Japan representative (TBC)

The Japanese Government's perspective on demand-led, participatory governance

5:05

Discussion among Panelists (Moderator)

5:15

QA with the floor(Moderator)

5:25

Final remarks

5:30

Event ends

TBC

Hand-over of campaign actions (30,000 signatures) to World Bank Vice President

Tokyo, Japan