How Should We Prepare Partnerships For Future Emergencies?

Open Dialogue Series

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Participants

Richard Bogie

Managing Director

News UK

Margaret Osborne

Chief of Staff Dr. Ahmed Al Meraikhi,

Special Adviser to the UN Secretary-General

Joel Schaefer

Private Sector Engagement, Health and Multilateral Partnerships

WHO

Hans-Peter Teufers

Director, International Humanitarian Supply Chain

UPS

Alessandro Fedele

Global Head of Private Sector Unit

IFRC

Shaba Sobhani

Director for International Centre for Private Sector in Development

UNDP

Lorrie Foster

Director of Corporate Strategy

IAVE

Ignacio Packer

Executive Director

International Council of Voluntary Agencies (ICVA)

Kamel Hothi

Non Executive Director

TLC Lions

Michelle Gayer

Director

Emergency Health International Rescue Committee

Eric Berseth

CEO/Managing Partner

Philanthropy Advisors

Jimmy Szczepanek

Global Food Practice Lead

Porter Novelli

Siobhan Kelly

AgriBusiness Economist

UN FAO

WATCH THE DISCUSSION TO FIND OUT:

Lola Gostelow

If you can maximise that joined up space of overlapping interests, that’s where the potential of transformation lies.
 

Butch Meily

Collaboration and networking has such a huge multiplier effect that it has convinced most of our companies to work together
 

Christina Bennett

 
Think of partnerships and networks as central to your operating model, not peripheral to your operating model
 

Elise Buckle

 
If you want the partnership to be sustainable in the long term, you need a core group of coordinators and facilitators

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