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STDF P-IMA Practitioner Group 2nd Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
MaryLucy Oronje
48:12
CABI Africa Office, Nairobi Kenya
Sanjay Dave - INDIA
49:28
Sanjay Dave, International Consultant (food safety) from India
Lourdes Martinez-Romero
52:12
Lourdes from USAID Washington DC. Ha! I just bought a car and I can attest that the decision making process was similar But the options were not. I wish I can afford a Ferrari !!!
Unesu Ushewokunze-Obatolu
52:39
Unesu Ushewokunze-Obatolu Zimbabwe. Veterinarian. Developing country expert
STELLA
54:34
What about a situation where you have multiple stakeholders with different ranking?
Sithar Dorjee
56:17
Could you please specify the web-based software used for MCDA and web line
Sithar Dorjee
56:34
By the way I am Sithar from Bhutan
Isaac B. Gokah
57:06
D-Sight software
Sithar Dorjee
57:38
Many thanks Isaac
Isaac B. Gokah
57:39
My name is Isaac Gokah, P-IMA Expert/Consultant
Lourdes Martinez-Romero
01:02:16
DR Henson, what has been your experience when something like this reaches leadership? Ultimately they are the ones deciding
Lourdes Martinez-Romero
01:18:03
this is really engaging !
Pablo Jenkins
01:24:03
Is there a reason for using a 7 point scale (-3 to 3) vs any other scale (e.g. 1-10) for the various criteria?
Suzanne Neave (CABI)
01:24:34
What is the mix of stakeholders do you need involved in this process to ensure that you are able to gather the right information and make the best informed decisions?
Lourdes Martinez-Romero
01:26:10
ha! love it
Purujith Gautam
01:32:39
Is the assigning of the ranks done by the stakeholders just once after an extensive discussion? Or have certain countries considered doing multiple rounds, including a blind round to begin with to get a baseline understanding of biases etc. Was just wondering if multiple rounds of point-giving can account for biases and control for “opinion-changes” based on discussion and potential lobbying?
Noah Phiri
01:37:34
My name is Noah Phiri, CAB International (CABI), Southern Africa Centre, Lusaka, Zambia. Email: n.phiri@cabi.org
Noah Phiri
01:38:23
Is the software freely available, or someone has to pay to use it
Dorcas Mwakoi
01:38:51
my name is Dorcas Mwakoi from AGRA, This was very informative session. Thanks
Isaac B. Gokah
01:39:31
Noah, the software is not free. it has to be purchased. However, there is a free trial version on the website
Vinod Pandit
01:44:26
For a developing country (low to medium exporting), based your experience, what level of resources will be needed - Time, money, people.... etc
Vinod Pandit
01:45:18
Vinod Pandit, CABI (South Asia)
Spencer Henson
01:46:35
Most important is time…..that public officials are given the time in their normal work to undertake the process.
IICA - Horrys Friaca
01:47:14
Horrys Friaca - Agricultural Health and Food Safety Specialist at the Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA). Thanks for session.
Spencer Henson
01:47:18
There does not need to be a major financial cost when first using it….start with using he information that is available.
Spencer Henson
01:47:46
The major financial cost is the software.
Sanjay Dave - INDIA
01:48:54
Very useful session. Shall appreciate a copy of the presentation by e-mail. Thanks
Spencer Henson
01:49:21
The presentation will be available. Also a recording of the session.
CAHFSA-Juliet Goldsmith
01:51:49
Juliet Goldsmith, Caribbean Agriculture Health and Food safety Agency. STDF Developing County Expert. Thank you for a very informative session.
Renzi Frias
01:52:28
If we could schedule a session on how to use the D-Sight software, that would be much appreciated. Renzi Frias (Philippines)
Spencer Henson
01:53:36
I am happy to do that.
Sithar Dorjee
01:55:23
Mnay thanks Spencer and roshan and others!
Suzanne Neave (CABI)
01:56:44
thank you, really informative
Andrew Edewa
01:56:47
Many thanks to Spencer for the presentation. Thank you everyone.
Delilah Belize
01:58:57
thann you
Delilah Belize
01:59:03
excellent session