UNICEF VPPN Webinar – Forecasting: How to Identify Forecasting as an Instrument to Improve Your Planning Processes

May 28, 2020

In this knowledge sharing session we will be exploring, and:

  • Providing an opportunity to raise awareness about the importance of forecasting nationally
  • Strengthening planning horizons strategically, tactically, and operationally
  • How capacity strengthening in UNICEF CO can be done by learning from well-performing countries
  • Key parameters to remember when forecasting in a crisis: Presenting COVID-19 as an example

Date & Time:

Thursday, 28 May 2020, 2020 09:00 AM Copenhagen time (CET)

Title:

Forecasting: How to identify forecasting as an instrument to improve your planning processes

Presenters:

  • Rie Hoffman, Planning Manager, Monitoring & Strategy, Data Evidence (MSDEU), UNICEF
  • Gemma Orta-Martinez, Supply Chain Manage Monitoring & Strategy, Data Evidence (MSDEU), UNICEF
  • Country Representative, TBD

Please be sure to visit the VPPN Event site for details on the webinar.

Please register in advance for this webinar.

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