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CHilari
28:02
Caroline Hilari, Save the Children
M.Mabede
30:33
Good afternoon everyone. Mario Mabede, Save the children-Mozambique
Mohini Venkatesh
50:46
How did you estimate the human capital investments in the first 8000 days? Does this include government, private, individual?
Mohini Venkatesh
51:11
Amazing to have these figures. :)
Mohini Venkatesh
55:09
Great five key messages- how do you foresee USAID or other organizations acting on these?
Jackie Haver
55:52
Thanks for a great presentation Linda and Lesley. I have another meeting so have to go, but looking forward to catching up with the remainder through the recording.
Mohini Venkatesh
59:50
9.5 million kids is huge. how did Nigeria bring down the costs of school feeding to 19 cents per child per day?
Mohini Venkatesh
01:00:48
How many school days is this per year? 200?
Mohini Venkatesh
01:02:21
Participants, please type in your questions to Lesley and Linda. We'll take them up at the end..
tthwenaing
01:07:04
Who manage the school feeding program? School teachers? PTA? Did the community contribute something? I was asking it because of very cheap price.
Mohini Venkatesh
01:08:12
What future do you see for HGSF in Nigeria, say 10 years down the line? 20 years down the line? Going the way of high income economies of families catering to their children's meal needs?
Helen Moestue
01:11:49
Fantastic presentation, thanks! Has the Nigeria case study been documented somewhere (would love to know more)? Specifically it would be interesting to learn what factors facilitated the scale up, as learning for other countries.
Helen Moestue
01:23:47
Fantastic answer, thank you