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COVID-19 - Responding to the Crisis of Care and Learning: Lessons from humanitarian contexts - Shared screen with speaker view
Seema Zainulabdin
17:27
Seema Lasi from Pakistan
Tanzina Dina
17:28
Hello everyone ! This is Dina from Bangladesh . I work for BRAC International
Margo Morrison
17:42
Hi I'm Margo Morrison (Early Childhood Commission) from Jamaica
Afzal Habib
17:55
Hi all, Afzal from Kidogo (Kenya)
Asifa Nurani
18:01
good morning from Asifa in Calgary, Canada
Sara Montolla
18:01
Hello everyone! I’m Sara Montolla from Los Angeles, CA, USA , ECE Research Associate at Juarez & Associates
Akshatha N
18:02
Hi, I am Akshatha, Architect, SELCO Foundation, India.
Nicola Tansley
18:04
Hi - I'm Nicola from the UK, working with the IRC
Mon Zaw
18:15
Mon Mon Zaw from Myanmsr
M Diane
18:23
Hi I am Diane, from Rwanda.
Sughra Choudhry Khan
18:26
Hi all, Sughra from the Aga Khan Foundation, Pakistan
Dalia Al Ogaily
18:27
Hello! I’m Dalia from Syria, working in Lebanon
Jessica Choong
18:34
Hello, Jessica, World Vision, based in Malaysia
Kriti Dixit
18:36
Kriti Dixit, Program Coordinator at Miracle Foundation India
ARANZAZU ALONSO
18:37
hi! ARANZAZU Alonso, from Mexico; I coordinate Pacto por la Primera Infancia
Jayme Ward
18:38
Hello! Jayme Ward — Far Away Friends (USA & Uganda)
Anne Chartier
18:39
Anne, CFMWS, Canada
Danica Davidman
18:43
Hi from NJ, USA
Taylor Muentener
18:45
Hello everyone! Taylor from New York with Right To Play International
Nicole Rose
18:45
Greetings! Nicole from Cape Town South Africa
Sheila Manji
18:46
Greetings all. Sheila Manji from Geneva.
Bart Pogue
18:48
Barr Pogue, Guatemala
Malak Nasser
18:51
Hello, I'm Malak from lebanon.
Arlene Benitez
18:52
Hi, I’m Arlene from Catholic Relief Service HQ in the U.S.
Asad Islam
18:52
Asad Islam from Monash University in Melbourne, working on Rohingya children with BRAC
Ram Singh
18:53
Ram Chandra, Consultant, India
Qurban Ali Waezi
18:54
Hi, I am Qurban Ali Waezi from Aga Khan Education Services Afghanistan.
Eve Hadshar
18:54
Hi, I'm Eve, Research Specialist for the Lego Foundation, Denmark
Katharina Pfortner
18:54
Good Morning from Nicaragua, Katharina Pfortner, CBM International
Rachelle Elhasrouny
18:55
Hello. it is Rachelle from Lebanon
Sarah Ndlovu
18:57
Hello, I'm Sarah Ndlovu from Children on the Edge, UK
Clare Feinstein
18:58
Hello. Clare Feinstein, Deputy Director, Child Protection, Save the Children
Katelyn Gilmore
18:59
Hello Everyone! Katelyn Gilmore from Medicines for Humanity, USA
Elin Nilsson
19:00
Hi, Elin Nilsson from UNICEF Myanmar
Shelly-Ann Harper
19:00
Hello . I am Shelly-Ann Harper from UNICEF Eastern Caribbean in Barbados.
NamrataN Rawat
19:00
Hello everyone! Namrata from India. ECD Consultant with multiple organizations.
Sabilah Eboo Alwani
19:01
Hi I’m Sabilah, I’m starting a PhD in early childhood education and international development at Cambridge, focusing on play pedagogy as a quality catalyser
Iffat Farhana
19:02
Hi! I am Iffat from UNICEF Bangladesh
Abigael Anaya
19:02
Hello all, Abby Anaya- George Washington University, Washington DC, USA
Stacey Al Darmaki
19:04
Hi from Abu Dhabi
Ayman Qwaider
19:08
Ayman - INEE Arabic language community coordinator - Based in Australia
Mayada Elsabbagh
19:09
Mayada Elsabbagh, McGill University, Canada
Nayree Navarro
19:10
Hi, I'm Nayree from Miami, Fl, USA, Children's Forum
Jon Korfmacher
19:13
Good morning/afternoon/evening! Jon Korfmacher from Erikson Institute in Chicago (USA)
Emma Pearson
19:15
Hi all! I'm Emma from Sheffield University in the UK
Viktorya Sargsyan
19:17
Hi, Viktorya Sargsyan, World Vision International, based on Armenia
Fergal Turner
19:23
Hi All, Fergal, from Itad, UK
Nereyda Gonzalez
19:23
Hello, Nery Gonzalez U.S.A, Mailman School of Public Health Columbia University
Carolyne Ng'eny
19:25
Greetings everyone. This is Carolyne Ng’eny from Kenya
Jan Sanderson
19:26
From Jan Sanderson. Hello from Red River College in Canada
Ozlem Erden
19:26
Hi, I am Dr Ozlem Erden from Turkey. Currently, I am working at St Mary’s University, UK.
Sabesan Navaretnarajah
19:29
I am Sabesan from World Vision Sri Lanka, working as Zonal technical Specialist - education and Life skills
Nazira Zholdoshbekova
19:31
Good evening everyone! Greetings from Kyrgyzstan! My name is Jypara, from AKF Kyrgyzstan, ECD program manager.
Magdy El Sanady
19:32
Hello everyone, this is Dr Magdy El-Sanady from Egypt; former UNICEF chief of Child Survival and Development; currently freelance with WHO and WB
Ariela Braverman
19:34
Hello, Ariela form Mexico, working at USA
Nindyah Rengganis
19:39
hi, I’m Nindyah Rengganis from (ECCD RC) Early CHildhood Care and Development Resource Center Yogyakarta Indonesia
Mona Younis
19:42
Hello all. Mona Younis in Washington, DC.
Elaine Ding
19:46
Good morning - Elaine from the World Bank Education Practice here.
Man San Huai
19:49
Man San Huai from World Vision Myanmar
Madeleine Yong
19:51
Hello, Madeleine from Malaysia, Magicbird Therapy - Power of Play
Kapere Yona
19:54
Hello this is Yona Kapere from Compassion International
Ashley Leichner
19:55
Hi, This is Ashley Leichner with IRC in Washington, DC
mystica Acheng Jameto
19:56
Hello all, I'm Mystica from UNICEF- Uganda
James Leckman
19:58
I am Jim Leckman at Yale and the Early Childhood Peace Consortium
Ei Thet Hmoo Po
20:01
Hi, I am Ei Thet Hmoo Po. From Myanmar.
Natalia Kyrkopoulou
20:03
Hello, I’m Natalia from Refugee Trauma Initiative, Greece
Donald Wertlieb
20:03
Good day! Pleased to be with you. Don Wertlieb, Partnership for Early Childhood Development & disability Rights. (PECDDR) and the ECDtf
Daniela Ukuni
20:04
Hi All, Daniela from Unbounded Associates in Washington DC
Melanie Swan
20:05
Hello and warm wishes to all! Melanie Swan -Plan.
Manasi Chandavarkar
20:09
Hi! Manasi Chandavarkar from Centre for Learning Resources, India
Shekufeh Zonji (ECDAN)
20:28
Good morning everyone
Olga AGBODJAN-PRINCE
20:31
I am Olga from WHO Regional office for Africa based in Burkina Faso (Intercountry support team for West AFrica)
Shekufeh Zonji (ECDAN)
20:36
please select All panelists and attanedees
Shekufeh Zonji (ECDAN)
20:40
great to see the diveristy
Shekufeh Zonji (ECDAN)
20:43
welcome everyone
Johanna Cunningham
21:01
Hi All - Johanna Cunningham, currently consulting with IRC based in Greece
Gideon Olanrewaju
21:12
I am Prince Gideon Olanrewaju, Doctoral Researcher from McGill University
Natasha Tereshchenko
21:13
Hi, I'm Natasha, from Greece. Teacher transitioning into EiE.
Mita Gupta
21:36
Hello, Mita from UNICEF India
Tarek Dib
22:04
Hi, Tarek from Lebanon
Jane Lucas
22:14
Hi from New York. This is Jane Lcas, consultant for Unicef and WHO on Nurturing Care.
Katerina Panagiotopoulou
22:14
Hello from Athens, Greece, GCR
Anne Sellers
22:41
Good morning (afternoon/evening), I'm Anne Sellers, from CRS - based in Baltimore/US. Happy to be here in this webinar!
Tina Hyder
22:47
https://movingmindsalliance.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/covid19-in-pre-existing-humanitarian-crises-mma-ecd-statement-june2020.pdf
Mrs. Deanna Middleton
22:54
Hello everyone, Mrs. Deanna Middleton from USA/UK/UAE family@09230078
Claire Stiglmeier
23:07
Hi! This is Claire from New York. I coordinate educational services for asylum seekers who have just come to us from the border! Happy to be here!
Dana Delvecchio
23:20
Hello, Dana Del Vecchio from World Education, based in Boston
Ashley Leichner
23:24
HI, This is Ashley with IRC in Washington, DC
Debjeet Sen
23:25
Hello-Debjeet Sen from PATH in South Africa.
Rowan Ainslie
23:44
Hi all, Rowan from save the children, early learning programmes and advocacy
Gabriella Brent
23:53
Gabriella Brent, RTI, UK and Greece, Hi all!
Sadia Ritu
24:27
Greetings from Bangladesh! This is Sadia Ritu working with UNICEF
Cheryl Porte
24:35
Cheryl Porte from Porte
Charlotte Bergin, INEE
24:38
You can find out more about INEE here: https://inee.org/ - please do become a member. And you can find the COVID-19 resources that Dean mentioned here: https://inee.org/covid-19 Please do get in touch if you have any questions.
Lisseth Rojas-Flores
24:45
Hello, I am Lisseth Rojas-Flores at Fuller School of Psychology based in California, US.
Nedal Albakour
25:06
I am Nedal CP protection officer for SRD implementing partner of IRC in NW Syria For ECD program
Nicola Tansley
25:18
Hi - I'm Nicola from the UK, working with the IRC to support the inclusion of children with disabilities in their ECD programmes in the Middle East
Björn Klüver
25:21
Greetings everyone from Plan International in Germany
Cherrie Coloma
25:28
hello everyone. watching from DepEd Philippines
Irene Mugo
25:38
hi everyone, Irene Mugo,, from food for the Hungry, based in Kenya
Bianca Abeygoonawardane
25:54
Hello ! I am Bianca Abeygoonawardane from Sri Lanka
Christine Nabeba Mwasiti
26:06
hi, Christine from RCH Zambia
Shekufeh Zonji (ECDAN)
26:18
WELCOME EVERYONE!!!
MD RUHUL KUDDUS
26:20
I'm Ruhul, Program Manager, Education (EiE) funded by UNICEF, Rohingya Camps, Cox,s Bazar, Bangladesh.
Shekufeh Zonji (ECDAN)
26:24
PLEASE SELECT ALL PANELISTS & ATTENDEES
Shekufeh Zonji (ECDAN)
26:27
THANK YOU
Jean Kaggwa
26:54
Hi everyone, Jean,VSO in Bangladesh
Bishwa Nath Ghimire
26:58
Glad to see MARCO here. He is really a good presenter.
Stefania Vindrola Paseta
27:12
Hi all, Stefania Vindrola, a PG Student from UCL Institute of Education. Happy to be here with you!
Sumitra Mishra
27:20
Hello everyone - this is Sumitra Mishra from Mobile Creches, India
Katie-Jay Scott, iACT
27:32
Learn more at https://www.refugeetrauma.org/
Jamie Lachman
27:35
Hi Everyone! I am Jamie Lachman from the University of Oxford and Parenting for Lifelong health. Great to be part of this webinar!
Mohamad Yaman Sammani
27:39
Hi All, Yaman from UNICEF Turkey
Dipu Shakya
28:12
Hello everyone, I am Dipu Shakya from UNICEF Nepal. Thank you for organizing this webinar.
Shekufeh Zonji (ECDAN)
29:49
PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR QUESTIONS IN Q&A CHAT BOX
Madeeha Ansari
29:51
Sorry, selected the wrong audience! Madeeha Ansari here, from Cities for Children (UK/Pakistan)
Shekufeh Zonji (ECDAN)
29:53
YOU CAN VOTE FOR QUESTIONS
Shekufeh Zonji (ECDAN)
30:00
AND ALSO RESPOND TO QUESTIONS WITH YOUR OWN EXPERIENCE
Elizabeth Lule - ECDAN
30:30
It is wonderful to see so many from so many countries. A warm welcome from ECDAN
Katie-Jay Scott, iACT
31:05
Refugee Trauma Initiative’s early childhood program is called Baytna, which means home. You can learn more about their holistic approach here: https://www.refugeetrauma.org/baytna-early-childhood-care
Gabriella Brent
31:25
In response to Covid19 RTI initiated a research project to find out how Covid19 and lockdown measures have been impacting the communities we work with. We spoke to refugees living in camp and urban settings and NGO workers. Read the findings here & please share the report with your networks to bring attention and support to refugee communities: https://cutt.ly/rti_covid_refugee_report
Gabriella Brent
33:00
I will share once we have stopped screen sharing
jane west
34:19
Good morning from Jane West in Denver at the Two Lilies Fund. Such an important webinar!
Dr. Vijay Kumar
34:43
Thank you
Gabriella Brent
34:56
During the Covid19 lockdown RTI started producing a range of psychosocial audiovisual resources for the communities we work with, in a range of relevant languages. These both provide continuity to people attending RTI & partners programmes. They are also for the wider refugee community / anyone who might benefit from using them. The resources are available on our website and RTI’s page. Please share with anyone they might benefit https://www.refugeetrauma.org/resources-1https://www.facebook.com/RefugeeTrauma
Suhail Geronimo
35:08
thank you 😊
Katie-Jay Scott, iACT
36:30
Our website is http://iact.ngo/
Katie-Jay Scott, iACT
38:18
You can learn more about how we integrate mindfulness here: https://www.iact.ngo/resource/mindfulnessoverview/
Shekufeh Zonji (ECDAN)
38:24
REMEMBER TO TYPE IN YOUR QUESTIONS IN THE Q&A CHATBOX; YOU CAN VOTE FOR QUESTIONS; AND ALSO SHARE YOUR EXPERIENCE AND RESPOND TO QUESTIONS
Joanne Smith
38:47
Hi everyone, Joanne here from Reach Up in Jamaica
bimala budha
39:02
hi everyone I am from Nepal kopila valley school
Selam Geremew
39:32
*** FROM ECDAN *** For more updates on COVID-19 and ECD Resources, Please visit https://mailchi.mp/ecdan/covid19Join our mailing list for updates on upcoming webinars https://us15.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=8103bc6125ed66e0964ae244d&id=572c5c1ff4What resources are you using in your countries? Please share your experiences info@ecdan.org
Frances Briggs
39:46
Namaste everyone, I am Rekha from Kopila Valley School, Nepal
Shekufeh Zonji (ECDAN)
39:49
PLEASE REMEMBER TO SEND YOUR CHATS TO "ALL PANELISTS AND ATTENDEES"
Katie-Jay Scott, iACT
40:02
You can find our resources on COVID-19 resources here : https://bit.ly/iact_covid19_folderAll documents are also here, along with blogs and voices of the community: https://www.iact.ngo/covid19_updates/
Mercy Mulanga
40:59
Mercy Mulanga from Nairobi, Kenya. I'm very concerned about inclusive and safe schools post covid19.
Brigitte De Hulsters
41:30
from Parenting for Lifelong Health and Oxford University, we are available to assist and have tipsheets for positive playful parenting in more than 100 languages, evidence based materials. www.covid19parenting.com
Madeeha Ansari
42:19
The tip sheets are excellent, thanks for sharing
Nicole Rose
42:35
Excellent, thank you Gabriel!
Suhail Geronimo
42:49
thank you 😊
Dr. Vijay Kumar
42:52
Thank you
Mrs. Deanna Middleton
43:08
thank you Gabriel for your presentation
Mari Ullmann
43:19
You can find case studies on both Baytna and Little Ripples on the Moving Minds website: https://movingmindsalliance.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/moving-minds-alliance-baytna-case-study.pdf https://movingmindsalliance.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/moving-minds-alliance-little-ripples-case-study.pdf
Selam Geremew
45:38
*** FROM ECDAN *** For more updates on COVID-19 and ECD Resources, Please visit https://mailchi.mp/ecdan/covid19Join our mailing list for updates on upcoming webinars https://us15.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=8103bc6125ed66e0964ae244d&id=572c5c1ff4What resources are you using in your countries? Please share your experiences info@ecdan.org
Suhail Geronimo
49:27
thank you so much 😊
Dr. Vijay Kumar
49:29
Thank you
Susan Durston
50:47
Please see GETTING READY FOR SCHOOL on CHILD to CHILD' website www.childtochild.org.uk/ including during the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone. We have updated materials out right now and hope to repurpose the radio for COVID.It involves children in asking their own questions and designing their own content. An evaluation report exists. It benefitted household and communities and helped to raise sexual exploitation of girls and other issues.
Dr. Vijay Kumar
51:59
Thank Susan for sharing the material
Sarah Sexton
53:31
Learn more about Ahlan Simsim here: https://www.sesameworkshop.org/what-we-do/shows/ahlan-simsimVisit our Ahlan Simsim Resource Center for a selection of storybooks, videos, and print materials, along with supporting text and activities here: https://ahlansimsim.org/resources/
Madeeha Ansari
54:47
Hi Susan! More on the original Getting Ready for School pilot, including evaluation links here: http://www.childtochild.org.uk/projects/getting-ready-for-school/
Dr. Vijay Kumar
55:36
Thank you
Suhail Geronimo
55:47
thank you 😊
Aymen Taha - IRC - Ahlan Simsim
56:12
https://ahlansimsim.org/
Aymen Taha - IRC - Ahlan Simsim
56:56
if anyone is interested in watching Ahlan Simsim videos :) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC48pfslXOUx-PZTLQxZjS4g
Nada Elattar
57:36
https://www.unicef.org/colombia/
Zarlasht Halaimzai/Refugee Trauma Initiative
58:27
Just to share this case study on our early childhood intervention put together by the Moving Minds Alliance: https://movingmindsalliance.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/moving-minds-alliance-baytna-case-study.pdf
Hannah Chandler
58:42
Hi all - the University of Notre Dame has created a pre-K and parent radio program for use in Haiti which incorporates SEL themes, interactive activities for younger students, and strategies for parents to support young learners at home. These resources and more are available on our website: https://iei.nd.edu/gc-dwc/preK-parent-strong-beginnings-radio
Sabesan Navaretnarajah
59:21
please do share these presentation along with presentation as well, therefore we can refer later as well
Sabesan Navaretnarajah
59:37
sorry linke
Dr. Vijay Kumar
59:44
Yes please, Thank you
Susan Durston
01:00:09
Thanks Madeeha. Ifanyone is interested in adapting the radio programmes please let us know susandurstonctc@gmail.org.Thereis a lot of material. And is anyone out there has adopted a CHILD to CHILD approach in any activity, please get in touch! Our material is open access. Thanks.
Adriana Valcarce
01:03:50
IDB stands for Inter American Development Bank
Nada Elattar
01:04:08
For more information on UNICEF ECD https://www.unicef.org/early-childhood-development and Parenting https://www.unicef.org/parenting/
Dr. Vijay Kumar
01:04:11
thank you
Suhail Geronimo
01:04:12
gracias 😊
Gabriel Stauring (iACT)
01:04:48
Gracias, Luz! Wonderful.
Shekufeh Zonji (ECDAN)
01:04:52
Please place questions in the Q&A box!
Anushka Yaddehige
01:06:12
Does anyone have short video clips on activities that the parents can do at home with their children?
Aymen Taha - IRC - Ahlan Simsim
01:06:34
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC48pfslXOUx-PZTLQxZjS4g
Adriana Valcarce
01:06:40
Anushka you can check out Vroom resources or Afinidata
Madeeha Ansari
01:06:55
Anushka, Lego Foundation often shares them too at least on social media
Adriana Valcarce
01:07:20
And also UNICEF Parenting website! https://www.unicef.org/parenting/
Sarah Sexton
01:07:24
Hi everyone! Sesame Workshop created the Caring for Each Other initiative to offer free resources and activities designed to support children and families as the COVID-19 pandemic continues. These resources are available here: https://www.sesamestreet.org/caring
Selam Geremew
01:09:22
*** FROM ECDAN *** For more updates on COVID-19 and ECD Resources, Please visit https://mailchi.mp/ecdan/covid19Join our mailing list for updates on upcoming webinars https://us15.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=8103bc6125ed66e0964ae244d&id=572c5c1ff4What resources are you using in your countries? Please share your experiences info@ecdan.org
Shekufeh Zonji (ECDAN)
01:12:02
This is the last speaker. Please submit your questions in Q&A chatbox
Shekufeh Zonji (ECDAN)
01:12:07
Vote for questions you want answered
Charlotte Bergin, INEE
01:13:41
Thanks so much everyone for sharing your resources. Just a reminder that if you'd like any COVID-19 related resources to be shared via INEE (or if you have any COVID-19 related requests for us) please do contact us at covid-19@inee.org
Nada Elattar
01:14:01
Indoor play ideas for children. https://www.unicef.org/parenting/coronavirus-covid-19-guide-parents/indoor-play-ideas-stimulate-young-children-home
Adriana Valcarce
01:14:31
UNICEF Paraguay developed the Toys for Life initiative based on the Care for Child Development Package to help parents engage with their children in play and communication activities with simple objects that can be found in any home. Here is the link to some videos! https://www.youtube.com/user/UNICEFParaguay/search?query=juguetes+para+toda+la+vida
Charlotte Bergin, INEE
01:14:37
I have seen a few questions about PSS/SEL...you may want to look at the INEE webinar on covid-19 and PSS/SEL...you can find the recording here: https://inee.org/covid-19/webinars
Renia Coghlan
01:15:22
Will the slides be shared? There is some great information being presented by the different speakers. Thanks to ECDAN for organising and to all the speakers. Renia (TESS Development Advisors www.tessadvisors.org)
Charlotte Bergin, INEE
01:15:44
There have also been some questions about supporting children with disabilities...you may want to look at the INEE webinar on Inclusive Education and COVID-19, also saved here: https://inee.org/covid-19/webinars
Elizabeth Lule - ECDAN
01:16:07
The presentations will be shared and the webinar is being recorded.
Mari Ullmann
01:16:24
The Moving Minds Alliance seeks to catalyze a new way of responding to crises that addresses the inter-sectoral needs of the youngest refugees and their families. https://movingmindsalliance.orgRead the recent COVID-19 statement and stay tuned for more info coming soon on each of the 6 calls to action: https://bit.ly/COVID-19andECDinCrisisSign up to the Moving Minds mailing list: movingmindsalliance.org/signup
Nada Elattar
01:16:58
Online Safety tips https://www.unicef.org/coronavirus/keep-your-child-safe-online-at-home-covid-19
Charlotte Bergin, INEE
01:17:26
You can find all INEE resources and support related to the pandemic here: https://inee.org/covid-19 If you'd like to add any resources just let me know
Zarlasht Halaimzai/Refugee Trauma Initiative
01:17:27
Here is our Facebook page for up to date information on our programmes and our work: https://www.facebook.com/RefugeeTrauma
Michael Simpson (Theirworld)
01:17:43
You can join the 10% campaign here: http://theirworld.org/news/action-can-unlock-early-years-education-for-millions-of-disadvantaged-children
Viktorya Sargsyan
01:17:49
World Vision International Education/ECD resources, across the lifecycle, including for COVID: https://www.wvi.org/education/resources
Viktorya Sargsyan
01:18:11
COVID resources for church response: https://www.wvi.org/covid-19-resources-churches-and-families
Gabriella Brent
01:20:33
RTI welcomes participants getting in touch for more information or to explore future collaborations. Please contact info@refugeetrauma.org
Nada Elattar
01:21:45
Child Disability and COVID-19 https://data.unicef.org/topic/child-disability/covid-19/
jane west
01:22:49
Here is a link to a film the Two Lilies Fund made about a model of psychosocial support for frontline workers. https://vimeo.com/408011840 Its 10 minutes. Have a look. Thank you.
Charlotte Bergin, INEE
01:24:05
Hi everyone, we did a webinar about staff/practitioner well-being towards the start of the pandemic. You can find a recording here https://inee.org/covid-19/webinars along with further resources on the website
Susan Durston
01:26:50
GETTING READY FOR SCHOOL also advocates and has material on using local materials. Since it takes place in a compound/family/school it is useful and can be done at home. It has been especially relevant for remote communities.
Sarah Sexton
01:26:55
Hi Shaymaa! Our Ahlan Simsim Resource Center offers a selection of storybooks, videos, and print materials, along with supporting text and activities here: https://ahlansimsim.org/resources/
ARANZAZU ALONSO
01:31:12
thank you very much for your answers
Nada Elattar
01:32:04
Caring for the Caregiver training package currently being tested in humanitarian contexts and is being modified to adjust for COVID-19 and future similar situations https://www.unicef.org/documents/caring-caregiver
Pablo Stansbery
01:35:37
One of the lessons learnt from COVID pandemic is the tendency for sectors to generate sector-specific response plans. Might panelists share examples of where we created a "family response plan". that responds to the holistic needs of children (e.g. Nurturing Care Framework)? Not nutrition specific, or education specific or child protection specific. Gracias.
Zarlasht Halaimzai/Refugee Trauma Initiative
01:39:21
Thank you so much Gabriel! Such an important point about data collection
Charlotte Bergin, INEE
01:40:27
Resources on covid-19 and inclusive education here: https://inee.org/covid-19/resources/inclusion
Charlotte Bergin, INEE
01:41:21
Some powerful perspectives on supporting children with disabilities can be found in this webinar here: https://inee.org/resources/ensuring-inclusive-education-during-covid-19
Madeeha Ansari
01:41:47
Can I just say: my toddler is looking over my shoulder and excited to see Elmo and Grover on the screen :)
Susan Durston
01:41:48
Hiro, what is your email.We have some information on our Young Facilitators and their views on this role (they are grades 4 and 5 usually).
norma rudolph
01:42:22
Thank you Gabriel. It is sad that in a forum like this you seem to be the only panelist stressing the importance of trusting beneficiaries instead of assuming that ‘experts’ know better.
Michael Simpson (Theirworld)
01:44:47
Just sharing again, but it would be great if participants could join our campaign calling on the Global Partnership for Education to commit 10% of their funding to early childhood education. With Covid-19 likely to result in governments spend much less on education, the need for GPE to take a lead couldn’t be more urgent. You can take action here: http://theirworld.org/news/action-can-unlock-early-years-education-for-millions-of-disadvantaged-children
Clement Dlamini
01:47:15
I salute the efforts of all the partners in the front line especially where our children are concerned. Thank you.
Tarek Dib
01:47:36
Thank you
Charlotte Bergin, INEE
01:47:42
Hi everyone, thanks so much for joining us today! Such important questions and reflections. Just a reminder that you can find out more about INEE here: https://inee.org/ and you can find the covid-19 specific resources here: https://inee.org/covid-19
Emma Pearson
01:47:46
Thank you very much everyone
Dr. Vijay Kumar
01:48:05
Thank you very much for organising discussion on such a relevant theme. warm regards
Charlotte Bergin, INEE
01:48:06
Do get in touch if you have any questions/requests/suggestions(or if you would like to write a blog/share any of your resources) : covid-19@inee.org
Katie-Jay Scott, iACT
01:48:13
Hi Norma, you can email Gabriel at gabriel@iactivism.org
Katelyn Gilmore
01:48:19
A big thank you, best webinar I've attended in a while. -Katelyn from Medicines for Humanity
Adriana Valcarce
01:48:19
In this link are some materials with activities for CWD https://www.unicef.org/lac/aprendemos-juntos-en-casa
Aurelia Di Santo
01:48:24
Thank you
Dean Brooks, INEE
01:48:30
Please take some time to visit INEE’s resource collections at inee.org
ARANZAZU ALONSO
01:48:31
This was great!
Suhail Geronimo
01:48:32
thank you it was a very helpful webinar
Jane Lucas
01:48:41
Thanks for this information on what is happening now and for ideas for the future!
Manjusree Mitra
01:48:55
Thank you so much. It was really nice to hear from all of you.
Madeeha Ansari
01:48:58
Thanks all - going away with a wealth of resources.
Charlotte Bergin, INEE
01:49:11
Feeling so inspired by the panelists and participants - thanks so much for sharing your experiences and resources
Mouna Boussefiane
01:49:19
thank you
Alison Chan
01:49:29
Thank you!