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Reducing COVID-19 Vulnerability Amongst Displaced Populations and Migrants - Shared screen with speaker view
Santosh Neupane
40:24
namaskar Santosh Neupane from Nepal Working with Nepal Red Cross Society
David Stevens
41:03
Good morning everyone from Bonn. I hope everyone is safe.
Mohammad Helal Uddin
41:50
Hello...This is Mohammad Helal Uddin from Cox'sbazar, Bangladesh..My Org name is AGRAJATTRA. We are responding Forceibly Displaced Myanmar Nationals - FDMN's (Rohingya Refugee) crisis..
Mariam Bedar
42:13
Good morning everyone from Afghanistan hope everyone is safe and sound.
Qudsia Inam
42:20
Qudsia from SIF
Alessandro Attolico
42:56
Good morning all from Province of Potenza (Local Government), Italy
Wan Sophonpanich
43:09
Good morning, this is Wan - global CCCM cluster coordinator with IOM in Geneva
Dillu Prasad Ghimire
43:13
Dillu Prasad Ghimire, secretary General of Nepal Climate Change Federation
Ikuno Suzuki
43:20
Greetings from Tokyo. This is Ikuno Suzuki working for Peace Boat Disaster Relief, Japan.
Warren Kwek
43:21
Hello all, greetings from ICMC Malaysia.
Luis Miguel Laguna Megal
43:27
Hello everybody from Spain
Anjana P
43:32
Connecting from Chennai, India (World Vision India), Greetings to all
Claire Travers
43:35
Good afternoon from Kathmandu, Nepal. Claire Travers, Global Impact Lead for Field Ready
Ms. Yuki Matsuoka (UNDRR)
43:53
If you have any specific question, please kindly put it in the Q and A box.
May Ho
44:00
Greetings from Australia
Shakeb Nabi
44:05
Hi, This is Shakeb Nabi from ICCO Cooperation, Bangladesh
Sana Anwar Gul Gul
44:22
Greetings from Pakistan
Kazi Hoque
44:25
Hello everyone: Greetings from Friendship ngo in Bangladesh (www.friendship.ngo).
Kevin Mugenya
44:44
Morning everyone. Connecting from Iraq. (World vision International, Iraq)
Md Labib Tazone Utshab
44:48
Good Day al the attendees this is Labib Tazone from Bangladesh. I work for Bangladesh Urban Resilience Project and C3NTRE. Nice to meet you all in this platform and learning more on IDPs and migrants
Arash Azadegan
44:52
Good morning from New Jersey, USA. Dr. Arash Azadegan, Rutgers University
Mohammad Helal Uddin
44:54
Hello...This is Mohammad Helal Uddin from Cox'sbazar, Bangladesh..My Org name is AGRAJATTRA. We are responding Forceibly Displaced Myanmar Nationals - FDMN's (Rohingya Refugee) crisis.. (www.agrajattra.org.bd)
Daud Jibon Das
45:06
Hello... Good Afternoon from Khulna Bangladesh. This is Daud Jibon Das from Caritas Bangladesh
Michael Burnside
45:12
Greetings from Sydney, Australia and well wishes from the Institute for Global Development at the University of NSW.
Mohammad Hussain Saeedi
45:17
Good morning from Kabul, Afghanistan
Al Cook
45:19
Good afternoon and hello from RSIS in Singapore
Sejuti Basu
45:20
Greetings from Pragya India!
Nazmul Bari
45:25
Hello everyone, this is Nazmul BARI, from Centre for Disability in Development (CDD), Bangladesh.
Muhammad Azharul Islam
45:30
Hello, good afternoon from Cox's Bazar
Vilma Horca
45:36
Hi. Vilma here from the Philippines.
Ankush Chand
45:46
hello
Vishnu Narendran
45:57
Good day everyone.. Greetings from Centre for Migration and Inclusive Development, India
ASLI AKAY
45:59
Good morning everyone, greetings from Ankara, Turkiye
Ankush Chand
45:59
Ankush from India
Kirtikiran Veigas
46:18
Hello Good Afternoon everyone!
Shah Rear Kabir
46:37
Hello everyone..Good Afternoon from Dhaka, Bangladesh
Samantha De Mel
46:41
Hi All.. Greetings from Sri Lanka.... Samantha (world vision Sri Lanka)
Arwa Alsabri
46:51
Good morning. Greetings from Yemen.Arwa🤗
Ahmadul Haque
46:52
Hello, this is Ahmadul Haque, director, CPP, Ministry of Disaster Management & Relief, Bangladesh
Binod Kumar
47:00
Hello all, I am Binod, a disaster management professional from New Delhi India
Shah Rear Kabir
47:05
Can't hear clearly
Fiona Gall
47:06
Sound not good with this speaker
Martin Dody
47:16
Sorry your voice is not clear enough
Guoyi Han
47:24
cannot hear
Warren Kwek
47:30
the sound isn't good with this current speaker
Santosh Neupane
47:31
sorry not able to listen clearly
Kazi Hoque
47:42
Its echoing
Fiona Gall
47:43
He should turn off his video
Qudsia Inam
47:51
Not able to hear properly
Nazmul Bari
47:55
The voice is not clear.
Lucas Loiola Ponte Albuquerque Ribeiro
47:56
Good morning to all from IFMSA Brazil in its Publications and Research Director! Best Regards and always be safe! 🇧🇷🔬
Ms. Yuki Matsuoka (UNDRR)
47:59
UNDRR is looking at improvement for his sound right now.
Oxana Morozova
48:02
Sound is not good
Vishnu Narendran
48:07
Not able to hear the current speaker properly
Erin Mooney
48:23
good morning all. Erin from Yemen Op via Toronto
Chiranjibi RIJAL
48:29
Sound??
Ms. Yuki Matsuoka (UNDRR)
48:40
UNDRR is currently trying to improve his sound right now.
Rachel Herrera
49:07
Hello, this is Rachel Herrera of Climate Change Commission - Philippines
Martin Dody
49:08
Slow down a bit, please
Binod Kumar
50:04
Sound?
Marlous Rottier
50:25
Hello! Good morning from Wageningen, the Netherlands. This is Marlous Rottier, a MSc Student International Development specialising in Disaster Studies.
Vilma Horca
50:29
I second Martin. Slow down pls.
MD. AL-AMIN
50:42
Greetings and Salam from Bangladesh . We believes that we can defeat this pandemic by our join effort. thanks for taking initiatives.
Oxana Morozova
50:44
Hello everyone! At the first conference, one of the chat participants gave a link from the site snimu.in about the experience of Chinese volunteers. Duplicate it for me, please 🤝
Younus Bin Afser
51:10
Hello Good afternoon. I am Younus Bin Afser from cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. Working for Cyclone preparedness programme (CPP),BDRCS,IFRC and American red cross all over FDMN 34camps with FDMN CPP/DMU/SUV volunteers on cyclone preparedness and response engagement. Thank you all
Ms. Yuki Matsuoka (UNDRR)
51:58
Thank you very much for your patience.
Kyaw Zin Latt
52:08
Thank you
Tofail Ahamed
52:37
Welcome sir!
Nazmul Bari
52:54
Is it possible for UNDRR to consider Sign Language Interpretation in such important sessions that UNDRR is hosting? Captioning?
Tapendra Bahadur Khadka
54:04
Hi Every Body, Namaste and Good Afternoon, I am Tapendra B Khadka, from Nepal
Samantha De Mel
54:32
Not clear...
Ms. Yuki Matsuoka (UNDRR)
54:45
Yes, UNDRR is hosting this webiner. We take note of the suggestion of captioning.
Nazmul Bari
55:22
Thank you UNDRR for considering these options.
Md Labib Tazone Utshab
56:53
I Think thiss is the high time we need to adress the COVID 19 Issues rather seesing different goverment documents to intregated DRR and emergency respons
Tofail Ahamed
57:19
Excellent! PMO is trying best. Very precisely explained! We are always with this journey in prevention of crisis COVID19.
Kyaw Zin Latt
57:21
Can you share slide in this webinar?
Ms. Yuki Matsuoka (UNDRR)
57:29
We take note of the suggestion about the theme of the people of disability. For your information, on 3rd April, we did one webiner "leave no one behind". The record is available at https://www.undrr.org/event/webinar-leave-no-one-behind-covid-19-prevention-response-and-recovery
Ms. Yuki Matsuoka (UNDRR)
57:43
If you have any specific question, please kindly put it in the Q and A box.
Liaqat Banori
58:15
Good to learn about the good local actions.
Ms. Yuki Matsuoka (UNDRR)
58:24
Please check the webinar webpage: https://www.undrr.org/event/webinar-reducing-covid-19-vulnerability-amongst-displaced-populations-and-migrantsPresentations and the record will be uploaded later.
Ms. Yuki Matsuoka (UNDRR)
59:02
Presentations and the record will be uploaded later. Please check the webinar webpage: https://www.undrr.org/event/webinar-reducing-covid-19-vulnerability-amongst-displaced-populations-and-migrants
Ms. Yuki Matsuoka (UNDRR)
59:38
If you have any specific question, please kindly put it in the Q and A box.
Tofail Ahamed
01:00:23
Welcome Achala. Amcross is doing good always. Listening you from Cox's Bazar.
Tofail Ahamed
01:02:50
Well said! Localization is not a choice. It is only one option to way forward. But expert guidance is also important...
Paawan Vivek Prashar
01:03:04
the pandemic has hit Dharavi,the largest slum area.what efforts can b done to contain the spread with a high density of population
Ms. Yuki Matsuoka (UNDRR)
01:03:25
If you have any specific question to the panelits, please kindly put it in the Q and A box.
Ahmadul Haque
01:05:15
Well described, Achala. Thank you
Kazi Hoque
01:05:20
Well said Achala!
Leigh Cox
01:05:33
Thanks Achala
Md Labib Tazone Utshab
01:05:40
Thanks American RED cross for your work and great presentation and integrated response
Mohammad Helal Uddin
01:05:46
Hello...This is Mohammad Helal Uddin from Cox'sbazar, Bangladesh..My Org name is AGRAJATTRA. We are responding Forceibly Displaced Myanmar Nationals - FDMN's (Rohingya Refugee) crisis.. (www.agrajattra.org.bd)
Shashank Mishra-UN-Habitat
01:05:50
can we have one specific webinar for urban poors most of them living in informal settlements and slums ..In large urban centres, they are mostly migrant workers and there livelihoods is impacted due to pandemic
Shashank Mishra-UN-Habitat
01:07:07
most of the precautions are not practically or hard to implement in those dense settlements and without social safety net, they are the most impacted groups.
Ms. Yuki Matsuoka (UNDRR)
01:07:40
UNDRR takes note of these suggestions for potential themes for future webiners.
Ms. Yuki Matsuoka (UNDRR)
01:09:35
UNDRR takes note of the suggestion for a webiner focusing on the persons with disabilities.
Ms. Yuki Matsuoka (UNDRR)
01:10:14
For your information, on 3rd April, we did one webiner "leave no one behind". The record is available at https://www.undrr.org/event/webinar-leave-no-one-behind-covid-19-prevention-response-and-recovery
Claire Travers
01:12:45
Local manufacturing has the potential to address both livelihood risks and impacts of the global supply chain. In Field Ready, and our partners, we have mobilized makers globally to make tested, documented and appropriate PPE equipment. For this we need access to the national needs - specifically the asks to the logistics cluster/sector at a national level.
Tofail Ahamed
01:12:46
PMO Cox's Bazar WaSH sector is doing their best in prevention of COVID19 providing with intensifying hand wash following the 6 critical times and 10 steps of hand wash. Beside it they are working through improved awareness to do practice on 1 meter social distancing. Especially continuous efforts by the community volunteers to support in households level showing the demonstration. Very much appreciative.
Ms. Yuki Matsuoka (UNDRR)
01:15:40
UNDRR takes note of the suggestion for the theme of the persons with disability as a potential theme for our future webiner. Thank you for your suggestion.
Claire Travers
01:16:27
UNDRR : suggestion for a theme for a future webinar - the role that localized production can play in covid-19 preparedness and response planning.
Ms. Yuki Matsuoka (UNDRR)
01:17:02
UNDRR takes note of these suggestions for potential themes for future webiners. thank you.
ASM KAMRUZZAMAN
01:18:03
Can the corona virus spread through water/tape water?
Natalia Ferreira de Castro
01:18:25
Hello to all, this is Natalia from OHCHR. For those who have not yet seen it, I would like to draw your attention to a press release of the Special Rapporteur on the huuman rights of IDPs regarding COVID-19, available here:https://www.ohchr.org/EN/NewsEvents/Pages/DisplayNews.aspx?NewsID=25763&LangID=EOther relevant resources regarding COVID-19 and human rights can also be found on OHCHR website:https://www.ohchr.org/EN/NewsEvents/Pages/COVID-19.aspx
dr.khinmaungwin
01:18:25
CDA (ADRRN) Myanmar supports Manu Seed India important of CSOs contributing to Control of Covid-19 Spread and Social Community Facility Quarantine Centers at the villages specific focus on migrant workers
Rabia Sabri
01:18:43
we will appreciate if you organize a webinar of education continuity for refuges and migrants specially the ones does not have access to technology
Esthappen S
01:19:59
What are the arguments 'for' ending lockdown as it is being enforced across the world? What are some of the other ways of mitigating the pandemic? Is there any work being done on other strategies that dont cut off the most dispossessed from their fundamental rights as the lockdown (in its existing form) does?
Claire Travers
01:20:08
@ASM - no current findings that COVID-19 can survive in water, and conventional water treatment methods that use filtration and disinfection, such as those in most municipal drinking water systems, should remove or inactivate the virus that causes COVID-19.
Ms. Yuki Matsuoka (UNDRR)
01:20:12
If you have any specific question to the panelists, please kindly put it in the Q and A box.
Ms. Yuki Matsuoka (UNDRR)
01:21:02
Thank you for all the suggestions for potential themes for future webiners. UNDRR takes note of these suggestions for potential themes seriously for future webiners.
Tofail Ahamed
01:21:28
Please consider the GBV and CP in future webinar in COVID19 response. How should the frontline workers should have deal with these in this critical situation?
Md Humayun Kabir
01:21:59
The micro business are not even registered with concerned authorities so that they can received government support in the aftermath!
ASM KAMRUZZAMAN
01:22:22
@claire : Thanks
Ms. Yuki Matsuoka (UNDRR)
01:23:06
UNDRR takes note all the suggestions for our internal discussion for identifying future webiners.
Ranjan Dhungel
01:23:39
Nice thought for bottom up approach . Thank you manu sir.
Claire Travers
01:24:30
Maybe turn off your video?
Ranjith Alahakoon
01:24:34
not clear
Fiona Gall
01:24:50
Turn off your video
Erin Mooney
01:24:51
thx to great field based speakers and insights. there’s now a plethora of global guidance (useful in its own right of course) but emphasis now needs to be more on field practice. thx to organizers.
ASM KAMRUZZAMAN
01:24:54
network buffering sound
Liaqat Banori
01:25:20
Sound buffering
LEEZA `
01:25:21
Thank you for giving that brief picture of the reality in India with regard to the effect of COVID-19 on internal migrant worker.
Kailash Gupta
01:25:21
Manu, you spoke very well. Kailash Gupta, The International Emergency Management Society - India Chapter.
Liaqat Banori
01:26:27
Manu. You Very well described. Good.
Fiona Gall
01:27:09
Yes, solutions should be discussed next time
Mohammad Helal Uddin
01:30:28
There are no solution to maintain social distancing in the Rohingya refugee camps as they are living very tiny room which is also not upto sphere STD.
Mohammad Helal Uddin
01:30:52
Yes..Its locksown now cxb
ASM KAMRUZZAMAN
01:33:31
Thanks for clearing about lockdown @achala.
Benoy Peter
01:34:27
The footloose labourers who are not attached to any employers have substaintially higher vulnerabilities
Benoy Peter
01:37:34
Decentralised approach
Benoy Peter
01:37:58
with Local Self Govts on the forefront can be significant
Tofail Ahamed
01:38:51
In FDMNs camps in Cox;s Bazar, they are afraid together in this uncertain and fearful situation. It is hearing that people are experiencing nightmare. All are looking for suggestions to stay safe and protected...
Ms. Yuki Matsuoka (UNDRR)
01:38:52
Please check the webinar webpage: https://www.undrr.org/event/webinar-reducing-covid-19-vulnerability-amongst-displaced-populations-and-migrantsPresentations and the record will be uploaded later.
Ms. Yuki Matsuoka (UNDRR)
01:39:31
Thank you for all the suggestions for potential themes for future webiners. UNDRR saved all the suggestions from the chat box for our internal reflection. As there are many suggestions received here, we are not in a position to promise a specific theme immdeately here. However, UNDRR takes note of all of these suggestions seriously for our internal discussion on potential themes for future webiners. Thank you very much.
Ranjith Alahakoon
01:40:19
Thank you for UNDRR
Nazmul Bari
01:40:24
Thank you UNDRR and to all the Panelists & Attendees. Great discussions. Please do continue the series of discussions.
ASM KAMRUZZAMAN
01:40:37
Thank you UNDRR
Ms. Yuki Matsuoka (UNDRR)
01:40:37
Thank you very much for your participation.
rajendra agrawal
01:40:44
thanks to all
Eliska Polcarova
01:40:45
Thank you very much
Khalid Hossain
01:40:51
It should be seris of disscussion
Arash Azadegan
01:40:53
Thank you - Very informative
HeeJong KIM
01:40:54
Thank to all
dr.khinmaungwin
01:40:59
Thank you very much for good discussions
Rebaka Sharmin
01:41:00
Thank you UNDRR
Alexandra Muntean
01:41:00
Thank you for the valuable discussion and experiences!
Asma Akter
01:41:02
Thanks a lot Dear Loretta (UNDRR)
Mariam Bedar
01:41:02
Thank you
Sanat K. Bhowmik
01:41:02
Thank you very much
Mausumi Chetia
01:41:03
how does the humanitarian sector in India extending and joining hands to organisations from the larger development sector, working on health issues, special groups, children's rights; but also on de-notified (de-criminalised) tribes, groups of trans community, dalit groups etc?
Khalid Hossain
01:41:03
Thank you alla
dr.khinmaungwin
01:41:06
Bye
Samantha De Mel
01:41:06
Thank you
Warren Kwek
01:41:08
Thank you all!
Mohammad Helal Uddin
01:41:09
Thanks..
Fiona Gall
01:41:10
Thanks!
Ms. Yuki Matsuoka (UNDRR)
01:41:11
Thanky you very much!
Kirtikiran Veigas
01:41:11
Thank you everyone!
Kyaw Thu
01:41:12
thanks!
Johan R Santosa
01:41:13
Thanks you
Minelyn Joy Denaco
01:41:13
Thank you.
Warren Kwek
01:41:15
Stay safe!
Kristine Laroco
01:41:19
Thank you
LEEZA `
01:41:22
Thank you so much to all the speakers
Ranjith Alahakoon
01:41:23
special thank UNDRR office Japan
Luis Miguel Laguna Megal
01:41:24
Thank you
Marilou Dela Cruz
01:41:28
Thank you
Fatima Gay Molina
01:41:28
Thanks!
Tapendra Bahadur Khadka
01:41:35
thank you all
Thomas Petracek
01:41:39
Thanks for this well organised Webinar
Benazir Awan
01:41:41
Thank You
Ramesh Silwal
01:41:50
Thank you
Marlous Rottier
01:41:54
Thank you! Very insightful webinar!
rajendra agrawal
01:42:31
thanks to all
Tofail Ahamed
01:42:52
Very especial thanks to Sanjeev sir and Achala sir for their brilliant explanations. Thanks all for your valuable time.