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Urban Health CoP Webinar - April 8 - Shared screen with speaker view
Md Saidur Rahman
21:30
Dr Md Saidur Rahman
Amanda Johnson
21:43
Boston, Massachusetts
Md Saidur Rahman
21:52
CoP, LHSS-Bangladesh
Mariam Zameer
22:49
Will this be recorded?
Rachel Cintron
23:29
Hello from Ethiopia
Breda G
24:24
Good afternoon from Concern Worldwide, Dublin Ireland
Sara Holtz
24:43
We'll share the recording & slides on this page https://www.harpnet.org/urban-health-community-of-practice-webinars/
Sara Holtz
26:47
We welcome you to join our Urban Health Community of Practice https://communities.harpnet.org/urban_health/join
Cudjoe Bennett
30:46
Please put any questions or comments in the chat box. We'd love to hear from you!
Reginald
31:55
Hi from Accra Ghana Reginald
Martha Brady
39:21
Thank you for that presentation.
Cudjoe Bennett
39:55
We invite you to pose your questions and comments in the chatbox.
Breda G
53:25
How is the MoH oversighting service delivery quality at the private provider facilities?
Neal Brandes
57:05
What are the key learnings to date that are relevant for other cities in Uganda and elsewhere? Are you communicating and sharing emerging learnings and communication with others?
Jonathan
59:06
Thanks for the presentation. Please speak more about the financing of private sector services for urban poor. You spoke about incentives and efforts to reduce prices, is there a national health insurance that can be used in the private sector?
Martha Brady
01:00:05
Excellent presentations. Can you speak to the "demand" side. That is, what you have learned about the health -seeking behavior of urban poor populations and issues of trust to access health providers and services.
Breda G
01:01:17
Are the extreme poor with financial barriers supported to access services by insurance or voucher schemes?
Sara Holtz
01:01:21
We'll share the slides & recording at this page https://www.harpnet.org/urban-health-community-of-practice-webinars/
Priya Balu
01:03:01
Engagement through Accreditation - thank you Dr. Mugerva for you detailed answer
Breda G
01:11:35
Thanks for addressing quality and access questions.
Breda G
01:13:40
MaNe is an interesting and important intervention as the urban poor population grows, and especially in Asia also. I support in Bangladesh a lot. Great learning on urban health there.
Breda G
01:19:49
Thanks to all involved. BG
Martha Brady
01:21:01
Thank you all -- Uganda, USAID, Circle Project.