Conclave: Nourishing India’s Tribal Children

Voices of frontliners, good practices and policy implications
15-16 January 2015; Mayfair Convention, Bhubaneswar
Agenda-27.12.2014

DAY TWO: 16 January 2015
Time

Programme

0930-1000

Summary of previous day and schematics for the day 2[ Master of Ceremony]

Time

Parallel sessions: Stirring multi-sectoral action for nourishing tribal children in Central India: what needs to be done and how?
[experiential evidence, field realities and practical solutions]

1000-1400

 PARALLEL SESSION 4
Improving drinking water and Sanitation
services/commodities in tribal areas

PARALLEL SESSION 5
Tribal budgets, governance and coordination for nutrition

PARALLEL SESSION 6
Role of academic institutes and NGOs in improving
nutrition services in tribal areas


1000-1100

Panel Discussion

Chair: Shri Saraswati Prasad, IAS, Joint Secretary, Swachh Bharat Mission*

Technical lead: Shri. Kumar Alok; IAS, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Home Affairs

Opening: film ( Gram Vikas- 5mins)

Presenters/Panelists

  • Shri. Arvind Ojha, Rajasthan(Water scarcity)- 10 minutes
  • Ms. Deepshikha Kumai, Jharkhand: (Lack of sanitation commodities)- 10 minutes
  • Dr. Kamal Kar, Odisha: (CLTS)- 10 minutes
  • Shri. Mahesh Singh, Gujarat (WASMO)- 10 minutes
  • 5. Dr. Alok Pandey, PRIA (Decentralized water and sanitation)- 10 mins

Panel Discussion

Chair: Dr. S B Agnihotri, GoI (Chair) Secretary, Coordination and PG, Cabinet Secretariat, Govt. of India

Technical lead: Ms. Sona Mitra, CGBA

Presenters/Panelists:

  • Shri. China Veera Bhadrudu, A. Pradesh: TSP Act- (10 minutes)
  • Ms. Vandana Krishna, IAS, Maharashtra (Nutrition Mission)- 10 minutes
  • Shri. Banchhanedhi Pani, IAS, Gujarat (Planning)- (10 minutes)
  • Prof. K. Sujhata: Ensuring basic civic services for adolescent girls in ashramshals- 10 minutes (TBC)
  • Ms. Chandrika (budgeting) – CBGA

Panel Discussion

Chair: Shri Shubhranshu Choudhary , CGNetSwara, CG

Technical lead: Shri. Ambitabh Behar, Executive Director, NFI, New Delhi

Presenters/Panelists:

  • Shri. Virginius Xaxa, TISS, Guwahati (Role of academic institutes)- 10 minutes
  • Shri. Pankaj Shah, Gujarat (Sewa Rural experience)- 10 minutes
  • Shri. K K Pal and State government Kerala(Use of GIS in tribal areas)- 10 minutes
  • Dr. Prasanta Tripathy (Ekjut’s experience)-10 minutes

1100-1130

Questions. Comments from Chair (5 mins)

Questions. Comments from Chair (5 mins)

Questions. Comments from Chair (5 mins)

1130-1200

Tea break

1200-1400

Group work: Recommendations - Improving drinking water and sanitation
Moderator: Neerja Chowdhury

Group work: Recommendations - Improving tribal budgets, governance and coordination
Moderator: Mr. Rahul Dev

Group work: Recommendations – Role of academic institutions and NGOs
Moderator: Shri. Amitabh Behar

1400-1500

Lunch

1500-1700

Plenary 2: Way Forward: Session Chairs present recommendations of all parallel sessions (Master of ceremony: TBC)
Chairs: Shri. Gokul Ch. Pati, IAS, Chief Secretary, Odisha, Dr. S B Agnihotri , IAS, Secretary, Coordination; Shri S M Vijayanand, IAS, Special Secretary Ministry of Rural Development and Shri. Hrusikesh Panda, Secretary, MoTA
Presenters: Chairs of panel discussions. Sum-up comments from Chairs (10 minutes each)

1700

Vote of thanks, prayer and close of workshop: Master of Ceremony