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UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department State Case No. F-2011-03401 Doc No. C05864645 Date: 11/19/2015
From
Sent:
To:
Caitlin Klevorick
Monday, August -__ 5__~-~ 9~-:_
Cc:
Cheryl Mills; Ami Desai
Abedin, Huma; Sullivan, Jacob
subject:
Re:CGI
RELEASE PART
REVIEW AUTHORITY: Barbara Nielsen, Senior
Reviewer
The only difference with closing plenary that there usually some look back the week (last year was
short video) and wjc usually gives closing remarks (ami-wld wjc still close the session with them? Assume so).
Last year was the only year there has been speak.er the closing. went wjc intro gordon brown. Brown
spoke (and then left) and wjc did the last commitments and closed the session.
One question want see there decent mass offs related commitments announce together
closing mega commitment.
Ami- spoke Mariela who will get the commitments slate develops.
Thanks
From: Cheryl Mills
Date: Mon, Aun 2009 04:45:48 -o4oo
To: Amitabh Desai
Subject: Re: CGI
great then doing the same thing makes sense other sessions and yes, would helpful have list of.
commitments during whole session she can reference more than those just around her speech Sun, Aug 23, 2009 10:09 PM, Amitabh Desai
wrote: can arrange however HRC prefers ordim ily, announces ese then either introduces guest panel discussion that neednt directly related the announcements. (These kind announcements are
made the beginning every sessiQn CGI, relating wide variety issues/countries.) HRC could
reference these, and/or reference any other announcements made cgi sep 22-25, she neednt refer~nce
any them. could give you list all announcements they get scheduled get closer the
meeting, and anything else that helpful.
From: Cheryl Mills
To: Amitabh Desai =-.... c=kL!
Cc: abedinh@state.gov; =kl.ev o=n=
Sent: Sun Aug 20:49:38 2009
Subject: Re: CG~
__JI; Sullivan, Jacob think this fine but heres question how does this work are these announced before after she speaks
and what relationship are they supposed bear what she says?
adding Jake.
UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department State Case No. F-2011-03401 Doc No. C05864645 Date: 11/19/2015
UNCLASSIFIED U.S. Department State Case No. f-?011-03401 Doc No. C05864645 Date: 11/19/2015
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cdm Sat, Aug 22, 2009 3:59 PM, Amitabh Desai ,__j_ _.lwrote:
Dear Huma and Cheryl,
Looking ahead HRCs possible participation CGI the Closing Plenary Friday, September 25, below
are the commitments that would highlighted WJC during the Closing Plenary (the first two are new
commitments; the third and fourth are progress reports previous commitments). Would any these
concerning from your perspective? Thanks, Ami
New Commitment Announcement #1: Addressing Sexual Violence Against Girls (2009) Commitment ~y: Center for Disease Control; CDC Foundation; UNICEF; UNFPA; UNIFEM; UNAIDS;
The Nduna Foundation; Grupo ABC
Key Person(s): Dr. Tom Frieden, Centers for Disease Control (alternate: Rodney Hammond); Ann
Veneman, UNICEF; Thoraya Obaid, UNFPA; Joanne Sandler, Acting Executive Director, UNIFEM; Michele
Sidibe, UNAIDS; Amy Robbins, The Nduna Foundation; Nizan Guanes, Grupo ABC; Gary Cohen, Charlie
Stokes, President the CDC Foundation (announcement pass)
Geographic Scope: Africa, Latin/South America, Asia
This commitment seeks reduce the global prevalence sexual violence against adolescent and preadolescent girls, with particular focus countries where such violence contributes the spread HIY/AIDS
and other diseases. Through in-country and global partnerships, the commitment makers will implement CDC
methodology measure and track sexual violence against girls, establish multifaceted media effort
influence social and behavioral nonns, and establish appropriate policy and leadership interventions achieve
sustainable long-term change. CGI assisted catalyzing partnerships and served the coordinating
mechanism for the steering committee
Suggested Announcement Format minutes): Short video clip the issue this commitment will address,
followed commitment announcement WJC. All organizations involved (Tom Frieden, Centers for
Disease Control; Rep from CDC Foundation; Ann Veneman, UNICEF; Toharaya Obaid, UNFPA; Rep from
UNIFEM; Michele Sidibe, UNAIDS; Amy Robbins, The Nduna Foundation; Nizan Guanes, Grupo ABC; Gary
Cohen, BD) would stage with WJC.
New Commitment Announcement #2: TBD
Commitment Progress Report #1: Securing Childrens Right Growth and Development through Good Food
~ITT)
Commitment By: Britannia Industries
Key Person(s): Vinita Bali, Managing Director, Britannia Industries
Geographic Scope: India 2007, Britannia Industries Limited partnered with the GAIN Business Alliance develop vitamin and
mineral-fortified products key lines its existing food products, explore the launch new categories
products, and drive awareness and advocacy campaigns help improve nutrition levels among poor households India. date, Britannias products reach 40% Indian households, and has now helped alleviate Iron
deficiency among 180 million children India, primarily throuth its Tiger Banana product and proactive
advocacy campaigns.
Suggested Announcement Format minutes): Brief verbal update Vinita Bali, CEO Britannia Industries,
with images the background.
Commitment Progress Report #2: Launching the Worlds Largest Micro-Insurance Initiative (2008)
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