Speakers: Robert Loftis, USIP
Randy Tift, World Vision International
Susanna Campbell, Columbia University
  Moderator: Melanie Greenberg, Alliance for Peacebuilding

10:15 a.m.


10:45 a.m.

Overcoming the Challenges to Sharing Information
Across multiple crises and interventions in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Haiti, the USG and NGO communities have improved processes for managing inter-community interaction by developing guidelines to define when and where cooperation is possible. These guidelines enable cooperation while protecting both groups’ independence and security. What are the characteristics of a data-sharing process that would enable cooperative planning while securely maintaining executional autonomy?

  Speakers: Lisa Schirch, Eastern Mennonite University
Marcia Hartwell, USIP
  Moderator: Melanie Greenberg, Alliance for Peacebuilding

12:15 p.m.


1:00 p.m.

Using Data for Impact
Establishing the processes that allow collection and sharing of data between organizations can be costly. Furthermore, not every stakeholder in the sharing process may see the same value. Monitoring and evaluation is a crucial element of the project management process that can increase the benefits from data sharing. Can innovations in data acquisition, data analysis, and data visualization when used properly create value that positively incents broader participation in the data-sharing process?

  Speakers: Stephen Lowe, USDA
Niall Keleher, Innovations for Poverty Action
Patrick Vinck, Harvard Humanitarian Initiative
  Moderator: Elmer Roman, Department of Defense

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