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Leave No One Behind in COVID-19 Prevention, Response and Recovery - Shared screen with speaker view
Dilip Gurung
33:15
Dear All Namaste, Dilip Gurung from CSG Pokhara Nepal
Raymond Harb
33:38
Hello everyone,This is Raymond, humanity & inclusion Lebanon.
Dominika Reynolds
33:56
Hello, I am Dominika Reynolds from the Ministry of Interior of Slovakia
Tabassam Raza
34:41
Hello to everyone, I am Raza from the Disaster Risk Management Unit of PSBA Philippines...
jad wehbe
34:58
Hello Everyone ! Jad Wehbe from Humanity & Inclusion.
Richard Makalew
35:22
Hello everyone, I am Richard Makalew, Programme Specialist on Population and Development, UNFPA Indonesia Country Office in Jakarta..
Himanshu Shekhar
35:34
Good morning from Bonn, Germany, Here is Himanshu Shekhar from the UN University.
Sarah Queblatin
35:36
Hello everyone, I’m Sarah from the Philippines representing Permaculture for Refugees, Re-Alliance, and my local non profit, Green Releaf Initiative.
Ahmadul Haque
35:54
The speaker is talking on theoretical contexts, useless in current topic
Aung Ko Ko Kyaw
36:12
Be safe from COVID-19 and Be alert and take care
彰吾 橋冨
36:40
Hello, this is Hashitomi Shogo from Nagoya Uni. in Japan.
Santosh Neupane
37:01
Namaste Everyone !! This is santosh Neupane working with Nepal Red Cross Society NHQS Kathmandu Nepal …. Stay Safe Everyone....
Mesake Mataitoga
38:41
Bula from Fiji, this is Mesake from the National Disaster Management Office (NDMO)
JP
38:57
Hello everyone, my name is Juan Pablo, I am a student of a disaster related career from Argentina
N. Hanifa
39:14
Greeting from Indonesia, Bandung Institute of Technology. Also in The U-INSPIRE Alliance
Rudi Nadapdap
39:18
Selamat Siang all, I am Rudi Nadapdap from Habitat For Humanity Indonesia.
Mauricio Saldivar
39:38
Hello everyone!I´m Mauricio Saldívar, Director, Early Warning System for the city of Buenos Aires
Jodie Nguy
39:46
Hello, Jodie Nguy from Humanity & Inclusion
NAQIUDDIN IMRAN BIN ABD RAZAK
40:06
Hi everyone, I am Imran Razak, from MERCY Malaysia.
Rakhi Barua
40:21
Hello! Greetings from Bangladesh. This is me Rakhi Barua , from Centre for Disability in Development( CDD) .Bangladesh. www.cdd.org.bd
KAMLESH RAMESH DAMDOO
40:53
Hello Juan Pablo, currently I m doing a resilience research over distaster management, so kindly you assist me in this regard for international approaches
Pranav Prashad
41:09
Look forward to concrete measures... Korea's examples will be nice
Md Nurul Alam
41:22
Hi, Nurul here, from Asian Disaster Preparedness Center, Thailand
Antonio Ingelmo
42:33
Hi. Antonio Ingelmo from ONCE Foundation (Spain)
serius mili
42:44
Hello from Mili, Epidemiology Tropical Medicine, Airlangga University. Indonesia
Muhibullah Muhibullah
42:54
Assalamualaikum Everyone here,I am Engr. Muhibullah, and working for QATAR CHARITY as WASH SPECIALIST in Pakistan.
Hemanthi Goonasekera
42:57
Hi Hemanthi here from Local Govt. Association of Sri Lanka
Rajesh Sunuwar
42:59
Namsate !!! Greeting from Nepal. Rajesh
Ifa Ifa
44:11
Hello, Syarifah here from Research Center For Population LIPI, Indonesia
Santosh Adhikari
44:12
Namaste to all...Stay safe...from Nepal
Peter Richtárik
44:28
Hello from Peter, student of faculty of security engineering Slovakia
Himanshu Shekhar Mishra
44:36
Hello, Himanshu Shekhar from New Delhi Television (NDTV India)
Chansamone Chasuakao
44:58
Hello, Chansamone, From Laos.
Himanshu Shekhar Mishra
45:17
What kind of global protocol needs to drafted to strengthen the global response to COVID-19 like pandemics in future?
Chansamone Chasuakao
45:32
the term Vulnerable group are not inclusive language
Carmen Fernandez
45:38
hello from Spain. Carmen Fernandez
angelaferruzza
45:48
hello to everybody from Angela Ferruzza Italy
Binod Kumar
45:53
Namaste Binod Kumar from University of Delhi, India
John Noel Viana
46:09
What would be a more inclusive term then? Thanks.
Chansamone Chasuakao
46:10
we may consider to use: People with vulnerability situation as CBM toolkit suggested
Prabhakar Chamling
46:11
Namsate !!! Greeting from Nepal. Prabhakar
Yewon Kim
46:16
Chanasamone, what do you suggest instead of vulnerable groups?
Jari Honkanen
46:28
Good Morning from Finland, this is Jari Honkanen, from the Ministry of the Interior, Dept for Rescue Services. I am very new in this UNDRR, just beginning to get acquainted with it.
Himanshu Shekhar Mishra
47:33
Should a model legislative response be drafted to fight the COVID-19 pandemic based on the global experience
James Terry
49:07
Good day to all from Dubai. This is James Terry from Zayed University, former Chair of the Steering Group on Natural Hazards and Disaster Risk, ICSU Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific (ICSU ROAP)
Rajendra Ram Lohar
51:28
Greetings from Nepal !!I am Rajendra from GNI Nepal.
Shelley De La Vega
51:31
GOOD AFTERNOON! Shelley from the Institute on Aging NIH and College of Medicine Univ of the Philippines
Sreeja S Nair
53:19
Is there any arrangements in India for addressing the needs of the pregnant women? Is there isolation wards in maternity hospitals for infected women?
Lili Yao
55:09
https://shimo.im/docs/6DkxQY6OwJHlF9Av/ 「Lessons of Medical Response to COVID-19 in Wuhan | NR Network」,Copy the links to browser
Lili Yao
59:44
Hello all, Doll from NCP Relief Network & Zhuomng Disaster Information Service Center @ Shanghai, China
Himanshu Shekhar Mishra
01:01:50
What are the challenges the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic poses for the existing Crisis Communication mechanism functional worldwide?
lin zhong
01:04:14
Useful Mutual-Aid Projects in Response to COVID-19:Experience from Chinese Volunteers in Response to Coronavirus Crisis https://shimo.im/docs/CRwWGQtwcXYvHVvx/read
Animesh Kumar (UNDRR)
01:06:16
Please check the webinar webpage: https://www.undrr.org/event/webinar-leave-no-one-behind-covid-19-prevention-response-and-recovery
Alessandro Attolico
01:08:16
Just a comment: being a fast and very aggressive pandemic, it’s really massively and exponentially affecting vulnerable groups and commuities, also in the so called “more developed” countries. So, it’s worth to be well prepared in advance with regards to all of them (elders, poors, informal settlers, women, pregnant women, etc) otherwise it will be a growing up-scaling defeat! Who still can, start preparing … do not wait until the very last moment!
Shiling Xu
01:09:44
Sincere and good wishes for all people and communities who are not seeing acute impact of the disease. Preparation and early control helps mitigate damages also for vulnerable groups!
Lili Yao
01:09:56
https://shimo.im/docs/CRwWGQtwcXYvHVvx/read?from=groupmessage&isappinstalled=0
Lili Yao
01:10:00
Useful Mutual-Aid Projects in Response to COVID-19,Experiences from Chinese Volunteers in Response to Coronavirus Crisis in Wuhan
Yewon Kim
01:10:08
I expected to hear some more information about how refugees and sanctioned countries can be taken care of
Swapan Gomes
01:12:31
Hello, This is John Swapan gomes from Caritas Bangladesh. What are major challenges to vulnerable communities.
James Kungu
01:12:48
From the medical doctors, what is your stand on the general public on putting on face masks for protection purposes.
Tadanori Inomata
01:14:39
Greetings from Nagasaki! This seminar is very important for breaking any silos between disaster managers and health workers. between disaster managers and heathe silo between DRR community &
Yavuz Değirmenci
01:15:34
Greetings from İstanbul.
Clarrio Dimassetya Jaya
01:15:50
Refugees and sanctioned countries are interesting issues to discuss in this situation. As we discuss about an equality concept through social justice.
Emele Duituturaga
01:16:45
Everyone keeps talking about Asia Pacific region, but its all about Asia, nothing about the Pacific. Can we ensure at next webinar, there are health professionals from the Pacific to contribute. We have low numbers here but we also are swiftly responding to the Pandemic.
Nazmul Bari
01:16:53
It is absolutely essential that along with all others the voices of persons with disabilities are also on the table -- in the decision making process.
mulianto tan
01:17:37
Everyone keeps talking about Asia Pacific region, but its all about Asia, nothing about the Pacific. Can we ensure at next webinar, there are health professionals from the Pacific to contribute. We have low numbers here but we also are swiftly responding to the Pandemic.
Emele Duituturaga
01:18:35
Fiji, New Zealand and Australia have lessons to share. Fiji Council
Tadanori Inomata
01:19:48
Greetings from Japan, Nagasaki! This seminar is very important for breaking any silos between disaster managers and health workers. Prof. Tadanori Inomata.
Madeleine Dove
01:21:34
I’d still be interested to hear more specific responses, actions or policy ideas about how to include vulnerable people in the economic recovery that will inevitable come after the health response
Broja Gopal Saha
01:22:14
If anyone can share readily available resources/materials on how to disinfect different assistive devices of persons with disabilities would be beneficial for us.
Florentino Oliveira
01:24:31
Actually Timor Leste has only 1 Positive number and no died number. This webinar was very usefull for us to learn and cosider vulneravel groups in our asistence. thanks for sharing.
Emele Duituturaga
01:25:01
Thank you, it is interesting to hear other experiences
Ahmadul Haque
01:25:29
Thank you everybody for a valuable hour.
Emele Duituturaga
01:25:33
Thanks for covering different sectors and different target vulnerable groups
Aye Thiha
01:25:36
Thank
mulianto tan
01:25:44
Thank you all the SME for sharing, Much appreciated, Pls all stay home, Stay safe and Stay Healthy.
Muhibullah Muhibullah
01:26:04
thanks to the panelists and attendees
Emele Duituturaga
01:26:07
Thanks for the Issues Brief, how soon to receive it?
Tabassam Raza
01:26:23
If any can answer: How can we cope with fake news on social media (especially through mobile phone) creating unprecedented panic in the vulnerable groups especially living in the remote areas where mainstream media is not very often available. you can send your response to my mail: tabassamr@psba.edu
Rajesh Sharma
01:26:25
Thanks a lot UNDRR colleagues for organizing the webinar. It was very useful to hear the panelists from different countries.
Thelma Kay
01:26:35
Well done - very useful webinar , especially on vulnerable groups in developing countries.
GANAPATHY
01:26:50
good to see there will be a separate webinar for vulnerable groups
Thein Mwe Khin
01:26:52
Thank you
mulianto tan
01:26:57
How about representative from Indonesia?
Elena Danilova-Cross
01:26:57
Thank you and looking forward to next week webinar
Tabassam Raza
01:27:01
Thank you very much for arranging this talk...
Michael Vincent Mercado
01:27:05
Thank you!
Victor Pilotin
01:27:08
Thank you
Dilip Gurung
01:27:09
Thank You
Sola Mahoney
01:27:09
Very useful webinar. greetings from Banjul The Gambia. good bye
Rosalia Smaldone
01:27:12
Thank you.Bye.Stay safe
Santosh Neupane
01:27:13
Well and wonderful... Good job hope to see u and participant next time similar kind of webnar
Christine Muthee
01:27:13
Thanks.
Mostafa Kamal
01:27:14
Stay home, stay safe
Nazmul Bari
01:27:14
Thank you to all the panelists....it was really useful. And also to UNDRR to organize this.
mulianto tan
01:27:16
Thank you All.
Gabrielle Iglesias
01:27:17
thank you UNDRR
Francis Ray Subong
01:27:17
Thank you!
Shiling Xu
01:27:24
thank you all, stay well!
GANAPATHY
01:27:25
Thank you all
Sylwyn Sheen Alba
01:27:25
Thanks!
Clarrio Dimassetya Jaya
01:27:28
thanks
Binod Kumar
01:27:30
Thanks
Md.Mukhlesur Rahman
01:27:32
Thanks
John Noel Viana
01:27:33
Thank you.
Panuturi Sinaga
01:27:38
bye
Patricia Villavicencio Carrillo
01:27:39
Thank you!
Mubashir Hassan
01:27:40
Thank you for such a nice webimar
N. Hanifa
01:27:41
Thank you
Lisbeth Duran
01:27:42
Thanks!