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Health & Climate Change: Building Resilience to Reduce the Impacts of Climate Change on Africa’s UHC Journey - Shared screen with speaker view
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01:00:12
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Edwin Macharia
01:05:20
Hi Urs. Do you have another question? Please post it on Q&A
Mwenda Thairu
01:09:23
Please keep men and boys in mind as you discuss climate change and gender. In some ways, Africa is focusing solely on women, leaving the other gender stressed and stumbling.
Charles Gathii
01:15:27
What are some of the initiatives that a health insurance institution can put in place to make a positive contribution in managing climate change?
Mwenda Thairu
01:20:42
Please keep men and boys in mind as you discuss climate change and gender. In some ways, Africa is focusing solely on women, leaving the other gender stressed and stumbling.
ANNE BEATRICE KIHARA
01:23:56
For women there is increased vulnerability in relation more so due to pregnancy and malnutrition that has an intergenerational effect through their babies and children. Nations MUST pay attention to
Urs Herzog
01:27:51
Which is the correct way to inform the farmers far away from knowledge centers (cities with all the knowledge gathered) about to alarming climate changes, that they learn to act in time in respecting the role of women?
ANNE BEATRICE KIHARA
01:30:25
African leadership and governance critical as a prioritized agenda of climate change.
ICT Support
01:31:18
Hi Claris, kindly use the chat or Q & A
Urs Herzog
01:35:42
Mainly interested in MCH - the most vulnerable population are birth giving women and new borns - I'd like to integrate your thoughts in the Village community corps . Send your thoughts to muu.herzog@bluewin.ch
CHEICK OUMAR OUEDRAOGO
01:36:05
Au niveau du systeme de sante, nous devons elaborer des plans de contingence pour s'adapter aux changements climatiques.
ICT Support
01:37:11
Question from Cheick, "At the level of the health system, we must develop contingency plans to adapt to climate change".
Mwenda Thairu
01:37:15
Let us focus on how to prevent climate change
ICT Support
01:38:19
Hi Peter, kindly use the chat or Q&A
Kisibwi Maendeka
01:38:26
In Africa we have arable land and favorable climatic condition for Agriculture activities but still we are depending much on agricultural products from Europe, how can we move from this barrier by using our own resources and innovations?
peter owiti
01:38:44
Okay thanks
Urs Herzog
01:38:51
You are aware of the Rotary invented scaled project Fighting Malara in Zambia?
peter owiti
01:41:05
There is a notion that the rich are responsible for climate change because if per capita emissions but LIC are also competing in destruction in use low technology
Maggie Rarieya
01:41:07
Very well put Debisi!
Nahashon Kimaru
01:44:19
what are some of the ways to mitigate climate change and it's effect in rural areas?
Solomon Cheboi
01:45:40
How to we optimize the concept of ‘one health’ in addressing key public health in the context of climate change. Solomon
Urs Herzog
01:46:10
I think respecting the Needs of the communities we have a great chance a better work than without
Sandra Misiribi
01:48:11
like here in Kenya but icome from Kakamega county,where through our outgoing Governor he started aprograme of fish farming.They took people from rural areas each sub-county where taught fish farming,how to make fish ponds.They did it they sell them even right now we have fish hatchery.
Mugambi Lucy Kendi
01:49:57
Human beings are the main drivers of climate change.
Fridah Tallam
01:51:20
I agree behavior change communication and engagements are key to drive change within the communities.
Shenard Mazengera
01:51:22
I wanted to find out how best climate financing, for climate resilient interventions, can be made accessible to those who need it most? Are African govts making adequate intervention to support climate adaptation (esp for women and girls)?
Sandra Misiribi
01:52:55
In Kakamega also children are dying of malaria because of the tunnels in the goldmining sector.
Edwin PAAPAI
01:55:15
How are you working towards agenda 2063 with IMREF vision and mission?
peter owiti
01:56:11
SDG numbers 1,26,7,9,12,13,14,15 are all related to climate and environment. With no accountability framework and enforcement, are we not blinded
Urs Herzog
01:56:58
NGO's are many around the world - These should strongly discuss and work with the Governments!
Caroline Muthoni
01:57:50
the co-benefits of climate change interventions go beyond the discussion of whether climate change is real or not.
Anastazia Rutatina
01:58:54
See a conversion on weather climate change is natural or man made this brings me to conclusion that climate change itself still a vague topic/concept yet the impact are here we need to increase awareness and understanding to this. Climate change need an individual solution from simple life change (sing public transportation, reduce reuse & recycle waste, save electricity & energy) to global solution/technological once
Sandra Misiribi
01:58:55
kindly I have to leave am joining another meeting good presentations thanks
muthoni gichohi
02:05:52
Multifaceted approach to knowledge Management exploitation across all levels should be institutionalized in all leadership and community structural designs to drive positive climatic change momentums.
Urs Herzog
02:06:15
I very much appreciated this Webinar out of the northern hemisphere of the world.
Urs Herzog
02:07:24
I am convinced that we should much more discuss all These probelems with the richer part of the world which is eager to support the poorer one!!
Rebecca Mwima
02:08:45
Individual involvement in climate change is key in causing change in our climate
Anastazia Rutatina
02:08:55
This was nice dialogue that we need to have more often. Sad I have to leave.
Urs Herzog
02:10:10
Thank you for this attractive Webinar - I have to leave. See you next time
Katherine Kolios
02:11:13
Thank you all for your time and perspective. Grateful to have such knowledgeable and committed experts working on this critical topic.
Julie Truelove
02:14:00
Thanks so much for sharing your expertise and insights. A very engaging discussion to learn from. Thank you.
Valerie Oluoch
02:14:01
Great discussion on such a big issue. Thank you.
Francis Kimani
02:14:13
A wonderful conversation. Thank you for the insights.
Florence Gune
02:14:18
Great discussion panelist and moderator. Thank you
Osman Mbembela
02:14:21
Thank you very much for nice dialogue
Blessing Mberu
02:14:32
Great discussion. Thanks everyone.
Peter Phiri
02:14:34
Great conversation, thank you all
muthoni gichohi
02:14:37
Excellent conversation. Happy to have been in attendance. Thanks
Wairimu Gitau
02:14:50
I have to jump on another call. Great work to all the panelists and bravo to Lizz and Edwin for the upbeat, professional moderation.
Mugambi Lucy Kendi
02:14:57
Very grateful to have been part of this dialogue, thanks to the great presenters and the organizers.
Maureen Twikirize
02:15:01
Thanks for the great discussion
Diltokka Kevin
02:15:02
Excellent discussion, collective action is inevitable
Valerie Oluoch
02:15:06
I'm a journalist and can engage in advocacy, giving people platform to have such conversations and reach a wider audience for action.
Mwenda Thairu
02:15:27
Thank you
Annastacia Cosmus
02:15:40
wonderful. thank you
Wendy Monari
02:15:45
thank you
Wendy Monari
02:15:50
bye
Shenard Mazengera
02:15:51
Thank you everyone
Lillian Nkonge
02:15:57
thanks
Caroline Muthoni
02:16:07
Great discussion - Thank you
Valerie Oluoch
02:16:19
oluochvalerie@gmail.com -journalist if anyone is coming to Kenya I'll be glad to host them on my show.
Diramu Haji
02:16:29
Great insights ,Thank you
Diltokka Kevin
02:16:54
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