Proceedings Learning Event 2

Learning Event Proceedings

 
The second DREAM II Learning Event took place on April 28th, 2021. A group of 90 participants gathered in the online setting and at venues in Semara and Jigjiga. As part of the program there was a opening statement on behalf of the Ministry of Agriculture, and a range of presentations from organisations interested in the Educational institutionalization of the Dry Valley Rehabilitation and Productive Use Approach (DVRPU).

As part of the event a Learning Note was developed.

From the table below the presentations can be downloaded for future reference.
 

Proceedings

Presenter Organisation Title Link
Dr Adem Bori President Samara University Opening Speech Speech
Gerben August van Ek (on behalf of Dr. Elisabeth v/d Akker GIZ Overall Dry Valley REhbilitation and Productive Use Approach (DVRPU): Developing and rehabilitating the dry lowland valleys/ ephemeral streams Presentation
Paul Roden GIZ DVRPU Engagement Approach: community development and agriculture - experiences Presentation
Dubale Admasu US-AID Role of Universities and TVETS as resource centers in lowland development: the need and opportunities for educational institutionalization Presentation
Dr. Eyasu Yazew FBLN / Mekelle University Capacity Building in flood-based farming systems - experiences and material from the Flood Based Livelihood Network in creating capacity Presentation
Paolo Paron, PhD IHE Delft Approach to institutionalization of lowland development in education ad different levels (higher education and TVETS) based on past experiences, successes and failures. Presentation
 

Program

Time Activity Topic
09.00 Opening and Welcome Remarks  
  Presentation 1 Overall Dry Valley Rehabilitation and Productive Use (DVRPU) approach: Developing and rehabilitating the dry lowland valleys/ ephemeral streams.
  Presentation 2 DVRPU engagement approach: community development and agriculture – experiences
  Presentation 3 Role of universities and TVETS as resource centres in lowland development: need and opportunities for educational institutionalization 
  Moderated Discussion Including three plenaries
10.15 Break  
10.30 Highlights from Group Discussions  
  Presentation 4 Capacity building in flood-based farming systems – experiences and material from the Flood Based Livelihoods Network in creating capacity 
  Presentation 5 Approach to institutionalization of lowland development in education at different levels (higher education and TVETS) based on past experiences, successes and failure
  Responses – what is required to institutionalize and build capacity around the DRVPU?  
11.45 Implications for capacity building in higher learning -way  forward Panel Response and Discussion
12.00 Closure  
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