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RESULTS Global Poverty Monthly Policy Forum - Shared screen with speaker view
Karyne Bury (she/her), RESULTS
16:45
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Ken Patterson, RESULTS (he/him)
38:03
REally powerful
Eugene Martin
43:11
What should RESULTS role be in the future after advocating for the READ Act, re: follow-through on progress on education ?
Karyne Bury (she/her), RESULTS
43:42
Great question Eugene
Karyne Bury (she/her), RESULTS
45:37
follow up question - There is a lot of emphasis on early childhood education, understandably, due to learning loss. How does the READ Act (or other legislation) address the loss/gap in secondary education and the pipeline to skilled labor?
Leslye Heilig
46:49
Ethiopian boy. Followed by Roger Thurow
Ken Patterson, RESULTS (he/him)
47:13
There are strong linkages between malnutrition and educational challenges. Here is the video David is talking about: https://ccga.ccgclients.com/hagirso/
Karyne Bury (she/her), RESULTS
47:19
That is a powerful story, that's for the clarification Leslye!
Ken Patterson, RESULTS (he/him)
47:29
Thanks to Leslye for given this to us
Leslye Heilig
50:01
Could you talk about goals and tactics to advance girls’ ability to attend secondary school
yanick perodin
51:44
Unicef is actually having programs to combat malnutrition in starting early education for children
Eugene Martin
54:52
Does the READ Act as written effectively address the effect of the pandemic on girls who were pushed into marriage and will not return to school ?
Anne Child
55:35
No. READ Act is simply to extend the prior READ Act by 5 years. It was prior to COVID
Karyne Bury (she/her), RESULTS
59:39
How does the READ Act (or other legislation) address the loss/gap in secondary education and the pipeline to skilled labor?
yanick perodin
01:03:03
how to help the kids in the areas of conflicts
Mary Minor
01:08:16
thank you everyone
Karyne Bury (she/her), RESULTS
01:08:18
Thank you all!
Eugene Martin
01:08:34
Thank you, Meg. Very useful to our advocacy !
Leslye Heilig
01:08:40
Thanks and welcome Meg. Thanks Ken