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Child Health Task Force Webinar: Returning to School Safely - Shared screen with speaker view
Dyness Kasungami-Matoba
17:02
Good afternoon and good morning. I am Dyness Kasungami from the Task Force Secretariat. Thank you for joining.
Ephriam Senkyire
17:12
Ephraim senkyire, RN from Ghana
SABRINA KITAKA
17:52
Dr.Sabrina Kitaka,Paediatrician,Makerere University,Kampala,Uganda
Thecla Ezeonu
18:51
Good day all, I am Prof Thecla Ezeonu. consultant Paeditrician and Director, Institute of Child Health, Alex Ekwueme Federal University Teaching Hospital, Abakaliki Nigeria
Philip Moses
18:58
Hello all. Phil Moses. Director of Health Programs. Food for the Hungry.
Daniel Okpara
19:36
Hello all,Daniel OkparaFrom Nigeria
Shaimaa Ibrahim
19:54
Hi to all, Shaimaa Ibrahim from UNICEF Iraq
Ngozi Emeagwali
20:46
Hello all, I am Ngozi EMEAGWALI from Nigeria
MARCIO FOSSARI
21:01
Hello, from Brazil
Sita Strother
22:05
Welcome all! Please feel free to introduce yourself in the chat.
Birkety Mengistu
22:51
Hello from Ethiopia
Bradford Strickland
23:36
Thanks Sita! Hello all, I’m Brad Strickland from USAID Africa Bureau in Washington.
A Oduola
23:46
Hello from Ibadan
Christabel James
23:50
Good afternoon everyone, I am Christabel James from Nigeria
Emmanuel Okallany Odeke
24:09
Emmanuel Odeke Okallany. Senior Family Health USAID RHITES-N, Lango Project in Uganda
Christine Nalugemwa
24:30
Hello this is Christine from Uganda counselor MUJHU CARE LTD
CJ Mandell
26:22
Hello everyone! I am CJ Mandell with USAID's Child Blindness Program, calling in from Virginia
Janna Patterson
27:24
Welcome everyone and greetings from the American Academy of Pediatrics!
Syed Shah
27:37
Syed M. Shah, Institute of Public Health, College of Medicine and Health Sciences, United Arab Emirates University
Sita Strother
28:16
Please feel free to put your questions in the chat.
Paediayric Association of Nigeria (PAN) Petronila Tabansi
29:57
The Paediatrics Association of Nigerian (PAN) is glad to be here(Petronila Tabansi -Secretary, PAN)
Mathias Mulumba
30:44
Mathias Bwanika Mulumba, Dean - School of Education, Makerere University Uganda
Mathias Mulumba
31:58
Thank you so much Dr. Sabrina Kitaka for that precise presentation
SABRINA KITAKA
32:20
Welcome Prof Mulumba
Jane Achan
35:42
Is tagging school re-opening to COVID vaccination a realistic and feasible approach for countries in Africa?
SABRINA KITAKA
37:00
The access to the covid-19 vaccines is limited and so Africa needs a different approach to this guidance,including improved SPOS
SABRINA KITAKA
37:17
SOPs
Charlotte Barungi
37:24
Hello, Charlotte Barungi from MUJHU care limited. Uganda
Erick Ayirwanda
38:24
Greetings from Unicef, Tunisia
Jane Achan
55:40
What approaches should be use to address the emerging mental health issues resulting from school closures
Shela Sridhar
57:03
Similarly, have the countries been able to inform programs to address the gap in education and catch-up for students. If so, how is this being done?
Juliet Ajok
59:41
How much involvement was the ministry of health in prepping guidelines for school reopening in Nigeria. How can we improve engagement between MOH and Ministry of education for better school reopening?
Anil Khamis
01:01:16
Thank you. From an Implementation Science (IS) perspective, the know-do gap is clear in the presentations. How do we use IS now with three regards: 1) Vaccination and vaccine hesitancy in children and adolescents; 2) key workers engagement – teachers, nurses, healthcare workers, LGAs; and 3) rethinking centre-based education that is likely to be distributed / interrupted on a regular basis regardless of COVID-19 i.e. insecurity, lack of infrastructure, and health issues, etc?
Anima Sharma
01:02:01
Actually, Government proposed guidelines are fine and well chalked out but the practical issues of implementation and following those is the major challenge.
Nnamdi Benson Onyire
01:02:15
For s
Nnamdi Benson Onyire
01:02:23
Sadoh
Nnamdi Benson Onyire
01:02:33
For Sadoh
SABRINA KITAKA
01:02:54
Uganda has gone beyond vaccine hesitancy and we now have a high demand for the vaccines
Nnamdi Benson Onyire
01:03:36
What is the experience in Nigeria with compulsory covid vaccination for teachers
Wilson Sadoh
01:04:33
in Edo State, schools have been in session since January. there has been no upsurge among children. so I think school closure should not be in the code. rather we should use the non pharmaceutical measures
SABRINA KITAKA
01:05:41
Our target is to vaccinate 22million Ugandans
Wilson Sadoh
01:05:50
I think raising awareness of the general population on mental health issues will help in identification of mental health issues
Anima Sharma
01:08:03
Yes, my thoughts. Awareness and coulselling both are needed.
Wilson Sadoh
01:08:06
today the neuropsychiatrist hospital is conducting a training for teachers on identification of mental health issues
SABRINA KITAKA
01:09:48
Would tagging work with covid-19 vaccination help?
Paediatric Association of Nigeria (PAN) Petronila Tabansi
01:14:33
This has been a nice session .. thank you
MARCIO FOSSARI
01:14:45
Infant Mortality Reduction
Anima Sharma
01:15:01
Developing a dissemination Plan
Sita Strother
01:15:12
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SABRINA KITAKA
01:15:12
Thank you very much for a wonderful webinar
Anima Sharma
01:15:19
Thanks
CJ Mandell
01:15:28
Thank you
Mohamed Muhumed
01:15:29
Thank you, bye