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Leaping Forward Together: How Smart Funding Mechanisms Will Accelerate Progress on Nutrition (Sun 9am workshop) - Shared screen with speaker view
anthealai
35:12
hi everyone, Anthea from Toronto, Canada
Crickett N
35:30
Good morning!!
Crickett N
35:36
Let us know where you are coming from!
Kaitlyn Legg
35:50
Kaitlyn from Winfield West Virginia
Betsy Skipp
37:32
happy Father’s Day from miami
Pankaj agarwal
45:06
I can hear fine
Leslie and Mike Boyer
46:01
please define malnutrition,
Cathy Lyons-Spear
47:25
Good morning, wish I could give y’all a big hug
Beth Wilson, Olalla, WA, USA
47:51
Hugs back to you, Cathy!
Meaza Getachew, 1,000 Days
48:49
Hi Leslie and Mike, WHO defines malnutrition as following: Malnutrition refers to deficiencies, excesses or imbalances in a person’s intake of energy and/or nutrients. So the term covers both undernutrition (stunting and wasting) and overweight/obesity
Shawn Baker
52:24
https://www.usaid.gov/sites/default/files/documents/1867/External-COVID-19-Nutrition-Guidance-May-2020.pdf
iPad de Yanick
54:51
should we readdress the mechanism on a local solution : kitchen gardening ,empowering agriculture development etc
Lynne
56:51
What is the definition of “social Protection systems”?
ANDY CLARKE Gig Harbor WA
58:46
Tuning in in from Gig Harbor WA
Shawn Baker
59:18
"Social Protection" systems are social safety nets … for example WIC in the US
@chrisdendys (Results Canada)
01:00:13
Thanks for those who are answering qs in chat! Keep them coming.
Sabina Rogers
01:04:20
We will begin with Q&A soon. PUt your questions in the Chat.
Christie Renner
01:05:54
How do you engage the private sector? … Incentivize businesses to grow vegetables instead of selling candy? Focusing on soil health so there are more micronutrients in food? … but what if the market pressures the business to export all of the healthy food? What does it look like to produce more affordable, nutritious food?
Kristin Hall
01:06:20
Acknowledging that the US has announced their plans to de-fund WHO, leaving the Gates Foundation as the largest single WHO donor, does this signal a new era for private organisations to show leadership in the funding of international development, specifically in nutrition? Should other donor contributions from e.g. USAID, DFID step up and fill the various funding gaps, or are businesses the answer? Perhaps both?
Shawn Baker
01:06:37
I want to leave everyone at RESULTS with my favorite Helen Keller quote "I am only one, but still I am one. I cannot do everything, but still I can do something; and because I cannot do everything, I will not refuse to do something that I can do.” You all personify the power of doing what "one" can do!
Emma Feutl Kent
01:06:49
Some additional resources on Severe Malnutrition and the Power 4: https://thousanddays.org/severe-malnutrition-resource-hub/#Severe
Keerthana Samanthapudi
01:07:10
I’m wondering how to frame nutrition as a crucial area for investment when speaking to members of congress who are very US-centric? How do we connect this back to why this is important for Americans/global economy?
Roxanne Allen
01:08:23
Are you familiar with Yunus’ social business concept as a way to enhance large corporations’ actions in helping nutrition?
Betsy Skipp
01:08:57
we might consider from a domination system to partnership systems
Crickett N
01:10:11
Don't forget to fill out your session survey! https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/FDVNY5V
Crickett N
01:10:44
Everyone turn on your cameras as well. We need to take a Family Photo!
Keerthana Samanthapudi
01:14:07
Thank you!
Meaza Getachew, 1,000 Days
01:14:10
thanks all!
anthealai
01:14:12
thank you
ruchisree garuda
01:14:22
thank you