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Combating the dual challenges of climate-related disasters and COVID-19 - Shared screen with speaker view
Dillu Prasad Ghimire
10:44
I am from Nepal
Rodney Ndamba
11:39
from Zimbabwe
Sameera Noori
11:39
greeting to all - Sameera Noori from Afghanistan
Shelley De la Vega
11:40
Shelley de la Vega from the Institute on Aging NIH Univ Philippines
Andrew McElroy
12:11
Good evening everyone from Fiji - great to have a strong voice from the Pacific on tonight's webinar - it's a region rich in both challenges as well as experience and wisdom
Ahmadul Haque
12:16
Hello everybody
Nyein Chan Aung
12:18
I am from Myanmar
Jeremiah Morales
12:41
Greetings Everyone! Jeremiah Morales from Ateneo de Manila University - Philippines
Marites Solomon
12:45
Greeting from the Philippines. Hello Sir Ahmad Haque
Rohit Jigyasu
12:57
Hello every one
Murali Padmanabhan
13:07
murali from Light for the world
MVRL Murthy
13:17
Hi to all- Dr. Murthy India
Rohit Jigyasu
13:24
Joining from ICCROm, Rome
Udesh Fernando
13:25
Hello from Sarvodaya Movement, Sri Lanka
Russell Isaac
13:48
It's morning here in Wales - greetings all
Murali Padmanabhan
13:49
hope all are safe and healthy
James Terry
13:55
Good day everyone, this is James Terry from Zayed University, Dubai.
Bikash Manna
14:04
This is Bikash Manna from HelpAge International, currently based in India.
Khadija Abid
14:41
AOA. Khadija from Pakistan- Climate change adaptation project German Red Cross
Alex Costea
15:00
Greetings everyone! Alex Costea from Center for Disaster Preparedness.
Victor Pilotin
15:01
From the Philippines. Good day and keep safe everyone!
Herry Azhari
15:09
I'm Herry Azhari from Muhammadiyah Disaster Management Center (MDMC) Indonesia
Elizabeth Coates
15:15
Hello, greetings to all from Elizabeth Coates at Brooke
Ron Ephraim
15:37
Hello! Greetings from Manila, Philippines
Angela Chan
15:42
Greeting from China🇨🇳Beijing to all, Best wishes, and One world we have! ◕‿◕。你好,
Aye Thiha
15:51
Aye Thiha from Myanmar Environmental Assessment Association (MEAA)
Julia Dean
15:56
Greetings from Australia - UNIC Canberra
Philip Talay
16:04
Hello everyone! I am Philip from Central Bicol State University of Agriculture, Bicol, Philippines
Renee Currenti
16:10
Hello from Australia, Sunshine Coast
Priyanthi Fernando
16:11
Piyanthi Fernando from the International Women's Rights Action Watch, Asia Pacific
Tigran Tovmasyan
16:12
Hello, greetings from Armenia
Jochen Luther
16:16
Greetings from WMO Geneva
Go Eun Park
16:29
Namaste, warm greetings from UNICEF Nepal :)
Shah Rear Kabir
16:29
Hi, This is Shahrear, from Dhaka Bangladesh
Regina Antequisa
16:34
Hello greeting from Mindanao, Philippines from Ecosystems Work for Essential Benefits (ECOWEB)
ASLI AKAY
16:35
Good morning everyone, greetings form University of Ankara Social Sciences, Ankara-Turkiye
Luis Miguel Laguna Megal
16:57
Hello everybody, I'm Luis Miguel Laguna, from Madrid, Spain
Ikuno Suzuki
17:09
Greetings from Peace Boat Disaster Relief, Tokyo - Japan
maki koyama
17:12
Hello, everyone. I'm Maki Koyama from Japan
Esra Buttanri
17:15
Good morning from Vienna, Austria
Thuy Vu
17:45
good afternoon from Good Neighbors International in Vietnam
Santosh Neupane
18:02
Namaskar and Greeting, Santosh Neupane from Nepal !!!
Priyah Thiyagarajah
18:23
Hello Everyone, Priyah from Sri Lanka.
Murali Padmanabhan
19:20
Dear colleagues,We hope you and your family are safe and well.The Stakeholder Group of Persons with Disabilities would like to share the recommendations on how to support persons with disabilities during the COVID-19 crisis. In order to save lives of persons with disabilities during this pandemic, we would appreciate if you could share and disseminate the information below within your networks.The COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent policies are affecting many persons with disabilities around the world in grave ways. This includes greater risk of contracting COVID-19, increased barriers in accessing healthcare services, disruptions in needed services, and lack of access public information and healthcare communication messages. To address this critical situation, the International Disability Alliance has shared the following key recommendations to support a disability-inclusive response to the COVID-19 crisis:1. Persons with disabilities must receive information about infection mitigating tips,
Murali Padmanabhan
19:52
Dear colleagues,We hope you and your family are safe and well.The Stakeholder Group of Persons with Disabilities would like to share the recommendations on how to support persons with disabilities during the COVID-19 crisis. In order to save lives of persons with disabilities during this pandemic, we would appreciate if you could share and disseminate the information below within your networks.The COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent policies are affecting many persons with disabilities around the world in grave ways. This includes greater risk of contracting COVID-19, increased barriers in accessing healthcare services, disruptions in needed services, and lack of access public information and healthcare communication messages. To address this critical situation, the International Disability Alliance has shared the following key recommendations to support a disability-inclusive response to the COVID-19 crisis:1. Persons with disabilities must receive information about infection mitigating tips,
Minh Pham
20:03
Good afternoon. Minh Pham from American Red Cross in Vietnam
Ninil Jannah
20:07
Hi, Ninil Jannah, Indonesia, Indonesian National Platform for DRR
Md Nurul Alam
20:25
Good afternoon, Nurul, ADPC, Bangkok
Harutaka KUBO
20:54
Good afternoon from Japanese Red Cross, TOkyo, Japan
Hasibul Mannan
21:21
Good afternoon from Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. This is Hasib from Red Cross Red Crescent Movement.
Dian Afriyanie
21:30
Hello, Dian Afriyanie, Indonesia, Lokahita Research Center for ecology and geospatial
Dominiria Hulu
22:28
Hello everyone, I am Dominiria Hulu from Wahana Visi Indonesia
Juan Pablo Zamora Gómez
22:55
Hello everyone. I´m Juan Pablo, from Argentina. I work at the National Institute of Agriculture Technology
Merlyn Martinez
22:57
hello everyone from Plan International Philippines
Prakash Ghimire
23:38
hello everyone, prakash ghimire from Nepal . Stay safe and healthy.
Erwin Galido
23:42
Hi Everyone, Erwin Galido from ChildFund
Saskia Goldman
23:43
Hello from DFID, London UK
Lili Yao
23:49
Lili, Greeting from Zhuoming Disaster Info Aid, @Shanghai China
Xuebing Sun
24:28
FAO Sri Lanka, Tina Jayaratnam
Kara Siahaan
24:46
Hi everyone, Kara from IFRC Geneva
Alberto Solaro del Borgo
24:48
Hello all, Alberto from UN RCO Viet Nam
Nazmul Bari
24:52
Hello this is Bari from Centre for Disability in Development (CDD), Bangladesh.
Dora Marinova
24:55
Simultaneous disasters are now likely to be the norm, not the exception as climate change and biodiversity loss are real and seem here to stay unless we put our efforts into it
Chamila Weerathunghe
25:43
Hello everyone,Greetings from Sri Lanka! am Chamila from ILO CO for SL and the Maldives.
Ehsanur Rahman
25:44
National Alliance of Humanitarian Actors Bangladesh - NAHAB welcomes the UNDRR initiative to hold webinar addressing both COVID19 and Natural Disasters together, a very relevant action agenda for countries like Bangladesh.
Dillu Prasad Ghimire
26:12
Hello , I am from NGO Federation of Nepal.
MANISH THAKRE
26:38
Hello Everyone, Manish A Thakre, Save the Children, India
RESHMA BHATKAR
26:57
Hello everyone from EDUCO in India
Chinthaka Ganepola
27:36
Hello, I am from ADPC Sri Lanka
Shankar Sharma
27:59
Hi All, this is
Shankar Sharma
28:31
shankar sharma from Clean Energy Nepal, Kathmandu
Anupama Sharma
28:44
Anupama From Mercy Corps Nepal
Ana Alburqueque
28:56
Hi! Ana Alburqueque from ADRA Fiji
paeng lopez
28:57
greetings from the philippines. i hope you are all well and safe. paeng lopez here of health care without harm.
Sheila Cabusao
29:02
Hi this is A M Nasir Uddin, Manager-DRR, ActionAid Bangladesh
Kazi Shahidur Rahman
29:12
In Bangladesh HCTT have conducted an anticipatory socio-economic impact of COVID 19. Based on the findings planning for Anticipatory Humanitarian Response Plan for 12 months with existing Risk Reduction + COVID 19 + Cyclone/flood/landslide combining plan with national cluster systems in Bangladesh
Md Badrul Alam Talukder
30:00
Hi this is Badrul Talukder, Manager Climate Change, Save the Children Bangladesh
Eelco Dykstra
30:01
Let's stay connected, also outside of this webinar: https://www.linkedin.com/in/eelco-h-dykstra-94534a7/
Pallav Pant
30:55
hi every one .this is Pallav DIDRR expert from Nepal. https://www.linkedin.com/in/pallav2040
Shashank Mishra
30:59
Shashank Mishra from UN-Habitat Myanmar
Md Abdullah Al Mamun
31:38
Mamun from CRS Bangladesh
Ariuntungalag Munkhtuvshin
33:01
Hello everyone, This is Ariuntungalag from World Vision Asia Pacific Region
Achala Navaratne
34:41
Great to hear about the capacity augmentation for Cyclone evacuations using schools and other available buildings.
Mehmet Gulluoglu
34:55
Hi From Turkey
Muktar ROAP
36:00
Hi Muktar from ROAP
Nazmul Bari
37:30
Excellent thoughts & ideas from Mr. Kamal Kishore. All points are most relevant to the context. Thank you. Bari, CDD, Bangladesh.
Sivakumar V
38:36
Stay safe everyone..Sivakumar from India
Dora Marinova
38:44
Amazing achievement in Bangladesh!
Dr.Zahid aen
44:15
Pakistan
Achala Navaratne
44:19
Thanks Mr. Ahmad for highlighting these good points. Red Cross and Red Crescent is ready to support your efforts through our programs and teams
Dr.Zahid aen
44:26
Dr Zahid Awan CBM Pakistan
Anastasia Brainich
48:32
Would be great to get this PPT slides. Some solid information ! Very appreciative of this information sharing
Nazmul Bari
48:36
Great to hear from Mr. Ahmadul Haque, about actions in Bangladesh. It is great to hear that CPP and the Ministry of Disaster Management and Relief (MoDMR) have considered about persons with disabilities along with all other groups disproportionately more at risks of Covid -19 and natural hazards - especially during the Cyclone season in Bangladesh. Bari, CDD.
Eelco Dykstra
50:03
We're starting a global 'lessons learned' program on essentiaql services/critical infrastructure, called Vision 20/20. Info? Contact me at eelco.dykstra@diem.nu
Achala Navaratne
51:04
Great to hear about Philippines Red Cross is managing the blood donations in time of this crisis.
Mr Ahmadul Haque
52:34
Well said, Ruhul Amin
Regina Antequisa
53:47
Good to hear about Red Cross programming and initiatives in the face of COVID in the Philippines
Dillu Prasad Ghimire
53:51
well working modality and learning of ICRC in Philippines.
Eelco Dykstra
54:10
https://news.cgtn.com/news/2020-03-03/How-will-the-EU-deal-with-its-COVID-19-outbreak--OxqJZhekH6/index.html
Nir Prasad Dahal
54:57
Thank you Mam Liza for the comprehensive presentation what Philippines Red Cross is doing at current crisis of COVID 19
Chhatra Bahadur Pradhan
56:04
Appreciate done by ICRC from Philippine.
Eiman Jamil
57:42
challenges around isolation are huge causing mental health issues in isolation and increasing the risk of violence on women being locked with their perpetrators.
Dora Marinova
59:17
What are the big wealthy companies doing about the simultaneous disasters?
Nir Prasad Dahal
59:38
Very nice to hear what Red Cross is doing at community level in the Pacific
Sara Warnquist
01:00:06
Thank you very much Lamau for all of that practical and insightful information !
Nazmul Bari
01:00:24
Salute to the Red Cross Federation! You are doing great work. Good to hear the specific challenges and examples of good practices from the Philippines and the Pacific. Really helpful. Bari, CDD.
Maureen Bolawaqatabu
01:00:28
Thank you Lemau for those key points, very helpful.
Dillu Prasad Ghimire
01:00:54
Very appreciative work of Red cross
Emele Duituturaga
01:01:08
thank you for including pacific panelists
Becky Venton
01:01:32
Great to hear of the work in the North Pacific, especially the translation of trusted information - for health and weather
Santosh Neupane
01:02:12
Thank you very much all panelist for your delivery.
Md Abdur Rashid
01:02:51
We would like to convey our heartiest gratitude to Mr. Ahamadul Haque, Director,CPP,Bangladesh for delivering his valuable speech for preparedness system considering present situation of COVID-19 Pandemic.Thanks .Rashid,CPP,Bangladesh
Achala Navaratne
01:06:03
Improvisation is key! thanks for highlighting Daniel. Adapting is key....
Nazmul Bari
01:06:22
We need to be creative...
Sara Warnquist
01:06:56
Very concise and to the point, Daniel. Much appreciated
Chhatra Bahadur Pradhan
01:07:11
Thank you Daniel for your fruitful presentation.
Martin Faller
01:07:44
local actors are always first and should rely on international response support. Not the other way around
Achala Navaratne
01:09:14
Very good points Jeremy. Localization means, we do have to consider risk sharing. localization is not an option; it is the only way to dealing with crisis in this environment.
Ehsanur Rahman
01:09:29
Capacity building of CPP volunteers to deal with dual challenges of Cyclone & COVID19 at local level is very important at this context. Thanks for making that part of contingency plan, Mr. Ahmedul Haque from Bangladesh.
Dillu Prasad Ghimire
01:09:52
Very good points Jeremy. Localization means, we do have to consider risk sharing. localization is not an option; it is the only way to dealing with crisis in this environment.
Chhatra Bahadur Pradhan
01:09:56
From Chhatra Pradhan to All panelists and attendees.
ASUS_X00TD
01:10:20
Great, Mr JermyThoughtful insights!
Md Abdullah Al Mamun
01:10:50
Thanks all panelists
Dr.Zahid aen
01:11:21
Thanks for all
Emele Duituturaga
01:11:24
thanks Jeremy👍
Anupama Sharma
01:11:25
great insights ,thank you Mr jeremy
Dora Marinova
01:11:43
Thanks to all panellists!
Gopal Krishna Siwakoti
01:12:08
Food scarcity among refugees is a key challenge. Who (not WHO) is going to consider generating necessary basic food for the refugees in the camps, settlements?
aslan mehmet coskun
01:12:35
thanks Jeremy
deni kurniawan
01:12:36
great perspective from all panelist
Ehsanur Rahman
01:13:32
Thanks Jeremy for bringing up the Risk transfer issue at this very complex context of Localization. The shared roles of national and international actors now need revisiting.
Chhatra Bahadur Pradhan
01:14:28
From Chhatra Pradhan
STEVEN LLAGUNO
01:14:29
This is a very good point Mr. Kamal, we need to provide a platform to assess all immediate risks to support all EMS service deployment so that they can maximize their efforts to save lives.
Muktar ROAP
01:15:30
Can we assumption that Heavy rains and strong winds associated with climate can wash away the virus thereby reduce the spread?
Dora Marinova
01:16:42
Very important point - listening!
Jade Herron
01:17:31
Love this point Sanaka. Thanks for that
Achala Navaratne
01:18:08
Consultation is a key component! People are rarely consulted in lock downs, curfews and Safe and Dignified management of dead
JJ Gadher
01:18:08
Great to hear from all speakers on challenges and good practices on the COVID-19 and disaster response - localisation, capacity sharing, identifying vulnerable and invisible populations
Eelco Dykstra
01:18:13
Unfortunately, no input from China today?
Ranjith Alahakoon
01:18:16
Thank you very much to all panelists and UNDRR Asia-Pacific. See you on next webinar meeting. This is very important meeting.
Pallav Pant
01:18:20
thank you all great insights
Nazmul Bari
01:18:28
Thank you Mr. Sanaka for these important points....yes it has to be local organizations who needs to drive and UN to support an enabling environment.
Becky Venton
01:18:35
From the papers I have read, I don’t think there is any evidence that heavy rain or strong winds will reduce the spread - in fact, they are more likely to cause people to congregate in shelters and not be able to maintain social distance, so it may increase spread
Nir Prasad Dahal
01:18:44
thank you all presenters for their insightful presentation and response
Anupama Sharma
01:18:45
Thank You UNDRR
Sara Warnquist
01:18:47
Great to hear directly from all of these incredibly intelligent and insightful folks. Thanks
Jade Herron
01:18:49
Thank you to all for today
Angela Chan
01:19:00
Thanks UNDRR & Host, Dr.Sanaka and all the voices for fighting with COVID-19. Hi from China🇨🇳中国,grateful to contact any of you: https://www.linkedin.com/in/leaninchinangela
Bindu Aggarwal
01:19:11
Thankyou all for today
Sivakumar V
01:19:12
Thank you UNDRR
Dillu Prasad Ghimire
01:19:19
Thank you very much all panelist and organizer.
iftekhar alam
01:19:23
thanks to all.
Ana Alburqueque
01:19:30
Thank you!
Md Abdullah Al Mamun
01:19:31
Thanks everyone …….Stay safe
MANISH THAKRE
01:19:32
thanks
Mahfuza Mala
01:19:33
Thank you
Chhatra Bahadur Pradhan
01:19:33
From Chhatra Pradhan Thank you very much for your fruitful thoughts to All
Dr.Zahid aen
01:19:33
Many thanks , Grardet
Chamila Weerathunghe
01:19:34
Thanks to Loretta and all the panelists!
Dira Fabrian
01:19:36
Thank you
Emele Duituturaga
01:19:44
thank you
Laxmi Awasthi
01:19:45
Thank you
Jerome Cooray
01:19:48
Thank you
Regina Antequisa
01:19:49
Tnanks.
Shah Rear Kabir
01:19:49
Thank to all Panelists and UNDRR
Luis Miguel Laguna Megal
01:19:50
Extremely interesting, thank you!