Tuesday 7 November 2017, APAS Convention Center
Rua Pio XI, 1200 – Alto da Lapa, São Paulo – SP, Brazil
Each event this week builds upon the one before, moving the discussion from prioritization to implementation, ending with a workshop where interested organizations can participate in the process of building an international opportunity around mutual interest in Food Security and Safety. Observers are also welcome to attend, to better understand the Belmont Forum collaborative process.
This year we also have a number of side events that reflect a growing interest in partnerships to maximize resources and meet grand interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary goals. On Tuesday morning, the Inter-American Forum will be advancing collaborative possibilities among economies of all sizes in the Americas. The Global Forum will bring together on Friday philanthrophic and aid and development organizations to enable transformative projects that address the Sustainable Development Goals.
The progression from Regional Info Day to funding workshop allows the Forum members and partners to interact with a cross-cut of implementers, funders, coordinators, and stakeholders from the Americas as well as other regions.
Chair: Dr. Maria Uhle and Dr. Marcos Regis da Silva
Dr.Maria Uhle and Dr. Marcos Regis da Silva
Examples of IAI successful collaborative research programs (i.e. CRN)
Dr. Marcos Regis da Silva, Dr. Elma Montana
Dr. Maria Uhle
Dr. Marcos Regis da Silva and Dr. Elma Montaña
Dr. Marcos Regis da Silva and Dr. Elma Montana
Dr. Maria Uhle and Dr. Marcos Regis da Silva