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PREZODE

Regional Workshops

Regional Workshops
PREZODE regional co-construction workshops are organized to co-design the initiative Strategic Research Agenda.

Since its launch, PREZODE preparatory committee has worked further on its organization and preparation to be able to start the series of co-construction workshops to co-design PREZODE strategic scientific agenda and operational plan for the next 5 years together.
This co-construction will be organized through different steps including 3 to 4 workshops at the regional level to

  1. build up a common vision of the initiative together relying on the PREZODE pillars, its objectives, and expected impacts but also its challenges and potential obstacles;
  2. to map and invite around the table all the relevant stakeholders that would need to take part in this co-construction work;
  3. to identify the needs for changes to ensure adoptions of the scientific innovations that would be promoted under PREZODE;
  4. to identify the activities that need to be performed to ensure the development and adoption of the innovations.

Workshops agenda (2021)

Eleven co-construction workshops have been organized by region.

PHASE 1

Summary of Phase 1 workshops:

East/South East Asia and Pacific: Tuesday 18 May.

West Africa: Wednesday 26 May

Indian Ocean: Tuesday 1 June

Austral and Eastern Africa: Tuesday 1 June

Central Africa: Thursday 3 June

Caribbean and Latin America: Thursday 10 June

North Africa/Mediterranean/Middle East: Thursday 1 July

PHASE 2

Summary of Phase 2 workshops:

  • West Africa: 20 September
  • South East Asia - East Asia – Pacific: 21 September
  • North Africa - Mediterranean - Middle East: 21 September
  • Austral & Eastern Africa: 22 September
  • Latin America Caribbean: 23 September
  • Central Africa: 23 September
  • Indian Ocean: 24 September

PHASE 3

  • Austral & Eastern Africa: 17 November
  • Indian Ocean: 19 November
  • Latin America Caribbean: 22 November
  • South East Asia - East Asia – Pacific: 23 November
  • West Africa:  24 November
  • Central Africa: 25 November 
  • North Africa - Mediterranean - Middle East: 25 November