WEBINAR | IPPN Knowledge Café: Foresight and Scenarios Planning for Strategic Prioritization of the UN Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework in Kyrgyzstan
About this webinar
As part of consultations in preparation of the United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework 2023-2027, the UN Country Team in Kyrgyzstan launched the Kyrgyzstan Scenarios Exercise (KSE), aiming to map key development trends in the country and develop a shared vision on the future of the UN system in Kyrgyzstan.
The scenarios planning exercise occurred in the dramatically overlapping contexts of important political changes, constitutional transition, border conflict, regional volatility, and in the midst of a global pandemic which is severely testing national political, economic and social institutions. Using a foresight methodology, it brought together the UN Country Team, national stakeholders and experts to co-develop a range of policy scenarios for alternative futures based on critical uncertainties.
This Knowledge Café will share lessons from the UN Country Team in Kyrgyzstan on the opportunities and practical challenges in applying foresight to support strategic prioritization in Sustainable Development Cooperation Frameworks.
Welcome and scene-settings remarks, followed by a brief presentation from: , UN Resident Coordinator, Kyrgyz Republic
Ozonnia Ojielo, UN Resident Coordinator, Kyrgyz Republic
Q&A and exchanges with the audience!
About the speakers
Mr. Ozonnia Ojielo is the Resident Coordinator of the United Nations Country Team in the Kyrgyz Republic. Before joining UN in the Kyrgyz Republic, Mr. Ojielo has been Regional Cluster Leader for Governance and Peacebuilding in Africa, Addis Ababa for the period from 2014 to 2017. In 2011-2014, he was Coordinator for Conflict Prevention and Recovery UNDP’s Bureau for Crisis Prevention and Recovery in New York. He previously served as Senior Peace and Development Adviser to the UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator in Kenya and Chief of the Peacebuilding Programme of UNDP Kenya (2008-2011); Senior Governance Adviser to the UN Resident Coordinator, and Head of the Governance Programme of UNDP Ghana (2004-2008).