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World Antimicrobial Awareness Week (WAAW) Campaign for Africa - Shared screen with speaker view
Mba Victor Okorie
46:13
Good morning From Nigeria
ANO
47:03
Good morning from Côte d'Ivoire
Ibrahima KOUMA
48:07
Hi Dr Mirfin
Diane Ashiru-Oredope
51:09
Good morning all. Diane A-O from PHE here. Looking forward to learning and sharing.
Ribeiro Jose Fernando
51:59
Good morning from Mozambique.
Ibrahima KOUMA
52:07
Good morning, dear Dr Diane.
Ibrahima KOUMA
52:36
Good morning all.
Sekai Rubayah
52:52
Good morning all, from Sekai Rubayah Zimbabwe
Ibrahima KOUMA
53:53
Good morning all. Ibrahima KOUMA, Veterinary Technician and Founder of Healthcare Communication and Social Media in Côte d'Ivoire.
Ribeiro Jose Fernando
54:02
I wish you all a good working day.
Dr Yewande
59:09
Welcome to all participants, thank you for joining us. Please let us know your name and where you are joining in from
Dr Yewande
01:00:11
There are interpretation services available, French , Arabic and Portuguese
Amon NSENGIMANA
01:00:24
Thank you for welcoming us.I’m Amon NSENGIMANA joining you from Rwanda
Sam Sheka Moi
01:00:27
Sam Sheka Moi from Sierra Leone president and founder Community Health.
Musonda Lamba
01:00:36
Good Morning. Musonda Lamba, ReAct Africa, Zambia.
Prof. Adenike Ogunshe
01:00:44
Prof. Adenike Ogunshe, Pegasus-Zion Community & Environmental Health, Nigeria.
Emmanuel Ugbo
01:01:12
GOOD MORNING ALL. GREAT TO BE BACK ON THIS PLATFORM. DR UGBO EMMANUEL FROM UNIVERSITY OF ABUJA TEACHING HOSPITAL GWAGWALADA FCT. NIGERIA
Mba Victor Okorie
01:01:20
Mba Victor Okorie, Slum and Rural Health Initiative, Nigeria
Gladys Munodawafa
01:02:11
From Gladys Munodawafa to
Dr Fuller
01:02:33
Hello Everyone!! Walter Fuller from WHO-AFRO
Tabitha Kimani
01:03:19
Hello everyone, Tabitha Kimani, FAO, Nairobi
Negero Gemeda Negeri
01:03:25
Good morning everyone. And nice work, Nigeria, Niniola. I think this is some thing we can learn and adopt.
Abubakar Baba
01:03:25
Dr Abubakar Sadiq Baba Consultant Clinical Microbiologist University of Maiduguri Teaching Hospital Maiduguri Borno State Nigeria asbdikwaa1@gmail.com thanks
Emmanuel Ugbo
01:04:32
GREAT TO HEAR WHAT THE CSO IS DOING IN NIGERIA
Emmanuel Ugbo
01:04:56
CATCHING THEM YOUNG
Dr Donna Umesi
01:05:39
Good morning. Dr Donna Umesi - Nigeria
Ifeyinwa Ogbogu
01:06:06
Good morning. Ifeyinwa Ogbogu, medical student, Nigeria
Evelyn Wesangula
01:06:54
Great work form Nigeria, great interventions for behavior change
Prof. Adenike Ogunshe
01:06:57
Good morning Dr. Donna Umesi? How are you doing??
Ekta Patel
01:07:07
Hello everyone, Ekta Patel, ILRI & CGIAR AMR Hub, Nairobi, Kenya.
Ribeiro Jose Fernando
01:16:44
my is Ribeiro Jose Fernando, i'm from Mozambique, I'm ending my course in Biological Health (University Eduardo Mondlane). my theme talking about AMR, specifically To determine the antimicrobial activity of the extracts of macroalgae Halimeda cuneata, Codium prostratum and Caulerpa racemosa against the bacteria Staphylococcus aureus and Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
Ribeiro Jose Fernando
01:18:14
until now, my result is half satisfactory.
Ribeiro Jose Fernando
01:19:35
some species of macroalgae shows a good result against S.aureus.
Kalid Asnake
01:24:21
my name is kalid Asnake , im from Ethiopia a final year chemical engineering student at Hawassa university.regards to health of AMR production of sanitation material play an equitable role to antimicrobial medicine , so on may final year study I do want to focus the environmental aspect on antimicrobial resistant creation method.
Diane Ashiru-Oredope
01:33:02
Great presentations thank you... @Niniola - congratulations on being shortlisted for the #AntibioticGuardian awards too. Look forward to meeting you (virtually) at the award ceremony on Thursday. https://antibioticguardian.com/sharedlearning/children-and-family/
Diane Ashiru-Oredope
01:46:42
wow. great work @Estelle. great to see pharmacists getting further leadership training on AMR
KORNELIA KANDJUMBWA
01:47:22
Hi Dr. Kornelia Kandjumbwa, Namibia
Niniola Williams
01:52:49
Thank you all very much! We all have important roles to play in this fight against AMR so we have to keep pushing. I’m happy to be part of this community and kudos to the organizers for giving us this opportunity to share and learn from each other.
Mba Victor Okorie
01:56:39
Thank you Dr Niniola Williams for all you do in Nigeria.I am a pharmacy student in the University Of UyoI will be grateful to volunteer at your organizationthank you
Dr Donna Umesi
01:59:57
Good morning Prof Adenike Ogunshe. Great to know that you are on this call. Stay safe.
Evelyn Wesangula
02:00:37
Estelle great to see you advancing the work on AMR.
Niniola Williams
02:01:18
Thank you Mba Victor Okorie and others who have expressed interest in joining us. You can visit our website to learn more and send us your details: http://www.drasatrust.org/
Ali Bah
02:02:11
great to be here, greetings
Evelyn Wesangula
02:02:12
Perception beyond the elite. That was a great pointer. The idea of getting the grassroots to provoke the discussion is profound. A lot of the conversations happen at a higher level.
Ribeiro Jose Fernando
02:02:39
I hope that after this meeting I will get an opportunity for a job with UN partners, specifically at FAO. It is my dream to start my career at the UN, because his way of working is impressive and very inclusive. I'm from Buzi village, a district that suffered from cyclone IDAI and floods. I did some courses like Sustainable consumption and production in Africa, les enfants et changements climatique; Human Health and Climate change and I have International diplomas in Environment Law and Governance; legal Framework on Freshwater, resources; legal Framework on Agriculture, land degradation and soil protection. I speak French and English. please help me to have an opportunity to start my career at UN and fulfill my dream of being able to help society at your side. any advice and help I leave my email: ribeirojosefernando879@gmail.com and my watsap: + 258-849215007.
Hamisu Abubakar
02:02:49
Hello everyone
Ribeiro Jose Fernando
02:05:09
Hello Hamisu, enjoy it.
Julian Nyamupachitu
02:05:12
Good morning all. Please see some videos below showcasing some of the work CSOs in Africa have been doing .https://youtu.be/9NLzEtZjzRohttps://youtu.be/ri8_1FYkHmEhttps://youtu.be/_LnafGl9z8ghttps://youtu.be/tLU0nJJtoW4
Philippe Sessou
02:14:00
Je suis totalement d'accord avec le Dr Zakaria. Il y a encore beaucoup à faire dans les pays francophones notamment ceux de l'Afrique de l'Ouest. Chacun à son niveau essaie de faire ce qu'il peut avec ses moyens pour apporter sa contribution à la lutte. Tous les vrais acteurs qui travaillent dans le domaine des RAM ne sont pas associés à la lutte. Les partenaires tels que WHO, CDC et autres doivent porter aussi une attention particulière à nos pays francophones. Les pays anglophones sont en avant sur cette question de lutte contre les RAM
Ibrahima KOUMA
02:28:08
Merci Dr Victor.
Evelyn Wesangula
02:29:39
Great work WAP is doing creating awareness across various audiences. Partnerships can move the agenda in great ways. Thank you Dr. Yamo
Janet Ogundairo
02:30:13
How do we get the audio recording of this webinar?
Ibrahima KOUMA
02:32:15
Difficile de trouver de l'œuf et de la volaille n'ayant pas de résidus médicamenteux. Le respect des délais d'attente par les éleveurs est très difficile mais pas impossible. Nous devrons toujours sensibiliser. Ce qui est aberrant, c'est que nous avons des agents de la santé animale et humaine qui n'ont aucune conscience sur les dangers de la RAM.
Ibrahima KOUMA
02:32:37
Difficult to find eggs and poultry that do not have drug residues. The respect of the waiting times by the breeders is very difficult but not impossible. We will always have to raise awareness. What is aberrant is that we have animal and human health workers who have no awareness of the dangers of AMR.
Ibrahima KOUMA
02:37:26
Nous devrons penser à la création des bandes dessinées en plusieurs langues sur la RAM
Ibrahima KOUMA
02:40:38
Vanessa Carter est une dame qui m'inspire profondément. Elle est forte et solide. Merci à elle, car elle m'encourage toujours dans mon engagement pour la réduction des conséquences liées à la RAM .
Negero Gemeda Negeri
02:43:14
Touching history, the video presentation. We need many more such testimony, to tell us to work much more