2008 Summit Videos

Welcome and Opening Remarks
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Welcome and Opening Remarks


Setting the Stage: Why is the Global Nutrition Challenge the theme of the 2008 Pacific Health Summit?

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Opening Plenary Session
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Opening Plenary Session


What Does the Global Nutrition Challenge Look Like? How Do We Get a Healthy Start?

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Session II
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Plenary II


What is the State of Science on Nutrition?

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Margaret Chan
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Special remarks by Margaret Chan, Director-General, World Health Organization


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Session III
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Plenary III


Seizing the Moment: A Conversation on Leadership

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Plenary IV
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Plenary IV


How Can We Put Business to Work to Address the Global Nutrition Challenge?

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Working Lunch
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Working Lunch


Special presentation by Craig Mundie, Chief Research & Strategy Officer, Microsoft Corporation

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Plenary V
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Plenary V


Nutrition, MDGs, and the World Food Crisis

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Final Plenary
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Final Plenary


From Talk to Action: What Must We Do Right Now?

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Closing Remarks
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Closing Remarks


Key Priorities and Outcomes of the 2008 Summit

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June 17th Working Lunch
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June 17th Working Lunch


The Nutrition Transition: What does it mean for Global Health?

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