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CORE Group Coronavirus Global Response Coordination Call #14 - Shared screen with speaker view
Tariro Kutadza
01:00:58
Tariro Kutadza from Zimbabwe Hallo everyone
Susan Stasi
01:01:49
Susan Stasi, Rose Academies-Uganda
Julie Dargis
01:01:50
Welcome everyone, for those new to the call, please put your name in the Chatbox and the country where you are calling in from
Laura McGough
01:01:54
Laura McGough, URC
Julie Dargis
01:02:20
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Hermence Matsotsa
01:05:05
Thank you Michael Shipler for this great presentation and I look forward to discussing more.
Michael Shipler
01:09:01
Here is a resources on this: https://reliefweb.int/report/world/humanitarian-development-peace-nexus-what-does-it-mean-multi-mandated-organizations
Michael Shipler
01:09:27
Given that so many of you are part of multi-mandate orgs, I think that this is a good doc
Lisa Hilmi
01:10:14
Well said Patty!
Julie Dargis
01:12:30
the results?
Ann Koontz
01:12:56
In past 30 years have seen a range of "triples" come and go in both humanitarian and development fields. While I agree peace is essential element, there are other elements needed and prefer to work with the goal that all of us (including local community and stakeholders)understand the system and all the factors needed to reduce vulnerability, fragility, poverty.
Michael Shipler
01:15:21
Excellent. So well said
Ida Jooste
01:16:38
Hear-hear, Patty!
Hermence Matsotsa
01:16:45
Great points Patty Mclreavy!!! This is what I have been expressing for a long time now. Thank you for bringing light to it!
Theresa Castillo
01:17:03
Thank you for your poignant and insightful, Patty! 100% agree
Theresa Castillo
01:17:17
*comments
Julie Dargis
01:19:16
Great Patty, new audience member continue to join!
Julie Dargis
01:20:18
Thanks everyone for your participation, please let us know if you have any questions.
Isaac Mugoya
01:25:06
Isaac Mugoya; Regional Immunization Technical Officer, JSI based in Kenya
Megan Christensen
01:25:49
Thank you colleagues! Excellent discussion. Sorry to leave but running to another call.
Julie Dargis
01:27:56
Where have you had success in collaborating with donors to implement programming that is community focused based on what they are asking for? How did they go about addressing this with donors?
Julie Dargis
01:29:03
Resilience, coordination!
Hermence Matsotsa
01:29:14
How can we get to the core root causes of conflict when organizations are scared to address the government's (ours and where we work) role in the conflict. As well as history and colonial impact in the countries we work in now???
Ann Koontz
01:30:06
Agree, yet a very successful program that addressed poverty, fragility, and vulnerabilities which started with systems thinking had to address conflict including it was done during 10 year civil war, yet the funding had first a conservation funding entry point. Peace building was a component, but for funding priorities had to frame in biodiversity conservation. Both of these and many other systems elements were needed and addressed multiple drivers with communities leading with local government.
Michael Shipler
01:31:03
Ann... great! That is a very powerful way to address the core division and inequities which are driving conflict. And the environmental drivers of conflict are massive everywhere
Sara Canavati
01:32:31
A comment regarding the previous poll:I agree with the results , although the culture and funding bits also speak to the competition bit. I don't think there's a very good technical approach right now, since hum and dev are both focused on "'needs" and neither is properly focused on risks and resilience. But, by clearing the cultural, funding and competition issues----there's more space to get the technical approach right.
Nandita Sugandhi
01:37:13
HI all- thank you for this really great discussion- I have learned a lot. As a general pediatrician, I’ve been focused on Peds HIV and working in the HIV space- which has a LOT of money. But I am increasingly frustrated by our failures to make progress for children- but this is partly because we are so focused on a biomedical response to what are really social issues. Competition for funding for yet more technical innovations has destroyed us. Peds HIV needs a humanitarian response- it is said often, but I don’t know that the HIV response actually knows what that means.
Hermence Matsotsa
01:41:19
This has truly been a very informative discussion. I really enjoyed it and look forward to continuing this discussion with the speakers. Thank you CORE Group for allowing us to learn more!
Sara Canavati
01:42:36
I agree. It has been also very interactive, which is not always easy when using online platforms. Thank you!
Michael Shipler
01:45:52
Roisin, thank you. So interesting to see how you are grappling with the intersectionality of all the issues playing out
Nandita Sugandhi
01:46:54
Thank you!
Julie Dargis
01:58:41
I need to broaden my thinking to advance this issue
Samuel MASANGA
01:58:57
Thank you for the question.
Samuel MASANGA
02:01:02
1.Looking at the community needs and ensure that programs designed can certainly provide solutions to those needs going forward.
ABARIWABO GIDEON
02:02:00
Hi, Very sorry I have just joined and really have missed much. Hopefully you will share us the notes for reference. Thanks
David Imbago J (CORE Group)
02:03:31
The recording of the session will be available in 24 hours in the CORE Group website
Ramadhan Kirunda
02:06:03
Thank you
Ann Thompson
02:06:06
thank you!
Roisin Mangan
02:06:10
Thank you!
Ann Thompson
02:06:12
it was wonderful!