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Advancing PHC in Africa: Lessons and Opportunities for Advocacy - Shared screen with speaker view
Aminatou Sar PATH Senegal
37:09
Aminatou Sar, PATH West Africa hub and Senegal Country Director
Radha Karnad
37:18
Good afternoon and thank you for this interesting panel! - Dr Radha Karnad, HealthX Africa, Nairobi, Kenya
Joyce Nganga
37:39
Joyce Nganga, Policy Advisor WACI Health
Debby Otambo
38:08
Good afternoon. Debby Otambo, KMET, Kisumu, Kenya
Rachel Wilson
38:12
Rachel Wilson, Catalysts for Change
Rachel Wilson
38:36
Rachel Wilson, Catalysts for Change
Mary Thiongo
38:37
Mary Thiongo- ICRHK
Christopher Kwizera
38:48
From Uganda: Good afternoon, My name is Christopher Kwizera; Uganda NCD Alliance; +256702540839
FREDERICK OKWI
38:49
Good afternoon, Frederick Okwi, Program Officer-PATH Uganda
Eric Mirangi
39:25
Greetings everyone, Eric Mirangi, Health Financing CHAI
Bridget Natukunda
39:35
Good afternoon Bridget Natukunda, Samasha - Uganda
Hope Namiggadde
39:37
Good afternoon, my name is Namiggadde Hope Uganda
Gloria Gathuru
39:39
Gloria Mululu Program Officer WACI Health- Kenya
Brian Muwonge
39:51
Good afternoon,
Ronald Gisore
40:00
Ronald GisoreED-Zinduka Mashinani Org.Nyamira county, Kenya.
Esther Nasikye
40:09
Esther Nasikye, Advocacy and Policy Manager - PATH, Uganda
Brian Muwonge
40:31
Brian Muwonge, Operations and Logisitcs Link, Restoration Gateway Hospital, Karuma- Kiryandongo.
Peter Odenyo
41:11
Peter Odenyo - Nephak - Kenya
Micheal Kigozi
41:15
Hullo everyone, Micheal Kigozi, a journalist with Radio One and NBS TV.
Penuel Nyagaka
41:38
Penuel Nyagaka. Program Manager. Coast Education Center Kenya.
Naomi Kwamboka
41:48
Naomi kwamboka ,primary health care services and family medicine
Emmanuel Okallany Odeke
41:48
Dr. Emmanuel Odeke Okallany. Senior FH Advisor USAID RHITES-N, Lango Project
Simone Rudolph-Shortt
42:37
Simone Rudolph-Shortt Chairperson MDMSA - Medical Device Manufacturers South Africa
John Oldfield
43:00
Good morning / afternoon. John Oldfield from Washington DC. Formerly with Global Water 2020. Very interested in WASH / health linkages.
Patrick Mwesigye
43:28
Patrick Mwesigye - Team Leader Uganda Youth and Adolescents Health Forum
Michael Nginye
43:48
Please assign me interpreter settings. Thakns
Sophie Nyongesa
44:25
Sophie Nyongesa, Access to medicines Platform/MeTA Kenya, Nairobi.
Eileen Quinn
44:31
Greetings! Eileen Quinn with PATH in Washington DC - happy to see such a great group "gathered" today.
Mwangi Wambui
45:04
Leah Mwangi HIV coordinator in Kenya Murang'a county
Rachel Ndirangu
45:16
https://www.path.org/https://wacihealth.org/https://www.speakupafrica.org/
Omotayo Adeyemo
45:31
Omotayo AdeyemoClinic Officer, Planned Parenthood Federation of Nigeria
Simon Kabore
45:41
www.rame-int.org
Caroline Mwangi
45:43
Good Afternoon. Dr. Caroline Mwangi, Division of Neonatal and Child Health, MOH Kenya
Sizwe Nombasa Gxuluwe
45:45
Sizwe Nombasa Gxuluwe, WACI Health, South Africa
Naomi Kwamboka
45:56
kindly share the recording after this meeting my email naomikwamboka93@gmail.com
Simon Kabore
46:14
www.rame-int.org
Sarah Martin
46:25
Good afternoon all. Sarah Martin, Health Economist, National Primary Health Care Development Agency - Abuja, Nigeria
Raymond Milgo
46:26
Raymond Milgo with County Department of Health Kericho, Kenya, Community Health Services
Warren Blessing Tukwasibwe
46:33
Good afternoon. Warren Tukwasibwe, Living Goods Uganda.
Rachel Ndirangu
46:38
Thank you Naomi. he recording will be shared will all registrants
Omotayo Adeyemo
47:25
Great, thank you!
Rachel Ndirangu
48:55
Thank you everyone for Joining. Please share your questions and comments through the chat and/or using the Q/A function
Ritah Ochola
49:29
Ritah Ochola County Community Health Coordinator Nakuru County oritah2006@yahoo.com,0720789370.
Joshua Githinji
50:43
Greetings, Joshua Githinji, Division of National AIDS and STI Controp Program
Rachel Ndirangu
50:46
Thank you Naomi. The webinar recording will be shared with all registrants
Ida Savadogo
51:15
Ida Savadogo, Programme Officer, RAME
Mwangi Wambui
58:00
Since health is devolved in Kenya,how do you ensure those policies on PHC are followed in all the counties
Dickson Otiangala
01:00:47
Very interesting information from Dr. Salim.
Peter Gichangi
01:03:39
Prof Peter Gichangi PMA
Ramatoulaye Diallo
01:06:44
Hello everyone, Ramatoulaye DIALLO CEFROEP
nduta_anne@yahoo.com Ann
01:08:37
Ann nduta county community service coordinator Nyeri
WILLY NZUNGUDI
01:08:49
Hello everyone from DRCI’m a TB and COVID-19 survivor living with one lung, i was fired during my covid-19 treatment by CORDAID that is a PR for the GLOBAL FUND in DRC, this humanitarian organization is criminal they wanted to kill me, how can you fire someone who is under treatment ? They lied to me that for the NFM3 the budget is not enough to keep my position, i sent the mail to the GLOBAL FUND but nothing was done, as thong this donor is complicit in these acts that his PR done to a vulnerable people, how can TB communities support me for this situation?Best regards
Mohammed Abubakar-Mohammed
01:09:16
Good afternoon All. Pharm. Mohammed A.M. Health financing division,PHC System development. NPHCDA.
HAMIDOU OUEDRAOGO
01:13:43
Félicitations Patrick pour cette expérience très intéressante.
HAMIDOU OUEDRAOGO
01:14:20
Comment vous faites la mutualisation des expériences au niveau local et régional?
Eric Selemani
01:14:45
Hey, Eric Selemani, Global Synergy for Leadership - DRC
Dr. Salim Hussein
01:15:01
@ Mwangi Wambui, as National level we use 6 methods to ensure that the PHC policies developed are followed/implemented: 1. Involving/engaging all the counties in all the policies we developed for ownership, 2: via dissemination of the policies developed to the counties, 3: via technical assistance and capacity building to the counties, 4: Advocacy for the mainstreaming of the policies developed 5: via sourcing for partners to implement these policies in the counties and by 6: by periodic assessment and evaluating the standards of what is being implemented and sharing the reports with the counties to adjust accordingly. Thank You
Mary Nyangasi
01:15:39
Good afternoon, Dr. Mary Nyangasi, National Cancer Control Program, Kenya. Great presentations
Fenjwa Wamalwa
01:17:20
Good afternoon ,, Mr. Watitwa Fenjwa, Kenya
Shabir Moosa
01:18:26
Hi all, great to be here with you! Shabir@ProfMoosa.com (Family Physician Wits/Jhb Health District) https://profmoosa.com/ | Past-President WONCA Africa https://www.woncaafrica.org/ | Member at Large WONCA https://www.globalfamilydoctor.com/ | AfroPHC Executive Coordinator https://afrophc.org/
Dr. Salim Hussein
01:23:48
@ Prof Moosa: Thanks for sharing the links, very useful
Muhindo Franklin
01:24:42
Muhindo FranklineBussi Island Cluster Health PRojectmuhindofrank1@gmail.com0782330353
Muhindo Franklin
01:25:05
Thanks so much for advancing the Advocacy Agenda
Makwena Mabula
01:25:29
Makwena Mabula ANC WL GP RSA.
Toluwani Oluwatola
01:26:24
Toluwani OluwatolaLASHMA, Nigeria
Muhindo Franklin
01:26:49
Muhindo FranklineExecutive DirectorBussi Island Cluster Health Projectmuhindofrank1@gmail.com0782330353/ 0753934745We thank the Organizers for this Advocacy Agenda.As RMNACH platform we are greatful
Muhindo Franklin
01:28:54
We are great ful to PATH ,for organizing us into a platform to discuss the advancing agenda for this Advocacy.We request for a more holistic programs partnership and Networking with our partners across the Global.
Muhindo Franklin
01:29:41
We are great ful to PATH ,for organizing us into a platform to discuss the advancing agenda for this Advocacy.We request for a more holistic programs partnership and Networking with our partners across the Global.We are in Uganda and glad to be part of this network
Maureen Kimani
01:30:46
Thanks PATH for organizing this important PHC meeting. The PHC think tank in Uganda is an exciting best practice
Muhindo Franklin
01:32:42
I wish we had an interpreter as there is Language barrier .Can we have an interpreter for this similar meeting.we are missing the presentation from our friends in Congo French, but as Uganda PATH and RMANCH we are greatly appreciate being part of the Global Health Advocacy think tank.muhindofrank1@gmail.comExecutive DirectorBussi Island Cluster Health services
Rachel Ndirangu
01:34:47
@Muhindo, please use the translation button to pick the appropriate language. Thanks!
Eileen Quinn
01:35:10
click on the globe at the bottom of the screen to access translation
Muhindo Franklin
01:40:00
Thanks ,
FREDERICK OKWI
01:47:30
Thank Dr. for the presentation. What could be key bottlenecks and challenges for adequate PHC financing in Africa
Muhammad Saddiq
01:48:28
Great presentations: Nigeria runs a 3-tier (primary, secondary & Tertiary) health system. The primary health is basically handled by the local government which is grossly under-funded. My Question: What advocacy opportunities do think exist at the primary health level? How can we (advocates) involve the community in our advocacy programs with the little resources we have as CSOs?
FREDERICK OKWI
01:49:01
Thank you Patrick for the presentation. What are some of the best practices and lessons for the PHC think tank
Simone Rudolph-Shortt
01:50:25
a very informative session, thank you, Simone MDMSA South Africa
FREDERICK OKWI
01:52:13
Dr. Salim thank you. You mentioned policies being made but not put to practice. How best can we solve this?
Mwangi Wambui
01:54:48
Dr,Salim, so much needs to be done at county level especially on monitoring if the PHC policies
Dr. Salim Hussein
01:54:48
@ Fredrick: For policies to be implemented we need proper policy development with full engagement of the implementers, good advocacy and dissemination for the policies, appropriate funding , technical assistance for the implementers and finally finance to implement the policies
Dr. Salim Hussein
01:54:55
@ Fredrick: For policies to be implemented we need proper policy development with full engagement of the implementers, good advocacy and dissemination for the policies, appropriate funding , technical assistance for the implementers and finally finance to implement the policies
Solange Kone
01:57:13
Merci Simon
Muyiwa Tegbe
01:58:07
Thanks Frederick for your question. In addition to what I said earlier, we the siloing of interventions presents the biggest bottle neck to comprehensive financing for PHC. so adopting PHC policies that are disease agnostic that promote integration would be one way to address the bottle necks we currently face
Mary Thiongo
01:58:37
Very informative webinar. Congratulations to the panelist!
Rachel Ndirangu
01:59:26
Capital to clinic: practical solutions to strengthen health policy implementation https://www.path.org/resources/capital-clinic-practical-solutions-strengthen-health-policy-implementation/
Ritah Ochola
01:59:32
Thank you Dr.Salim for information on where Kenya has reached in PHC implementation and the next steps.
Dr. Mercy Onsando
01:59:47
Thank you for this wonderful PHC forum we look forward for more as we learn and share lessons.
Ritah Ochola
02:00:09
Thank you Path for organising this platform
Pascalia Epaalat
02:00:29
it has been an informative session thank you everyone
Brian Muwonge
02:00:53
Thanks the organizers, quite a great conversation and great insights into PHC.