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Strengthening the Tuberculosis Response in the Era of COVID-19 - Shared screen with speaker view
Abiola Ogunenika - Ottawa, CA
16:39
Good morning. I'm Abiola from Ottawa, Canada
Beth Wilson (she/her)
16:44
Ollala, WA (4:00 a.m.)
Dr. Robyn Waite (Results Canada) she/her
24:39
Cindy are you with us?
Lanie Dougherty (they/them/theirs)
26:14
What part of Zambia are you in Cindy? Evi and I got to go there in 2017 to share advocacy and learn more, I wonder if we came to your area!
Cindy Maimbolwa
27:30
Im from th capital city Lusaka but work in other parts of the community around the country.
Lanie Dougherty (they/them/theirs)
28:50
Thank you for sharing! We were in Lusaka. I highly enjoy the city and thank you for the hard ground work you are doing.
Cindy Maimbolwa
29:21
thank you.
Abiola Ogunenika - Ottawa, CA
31:03
COVID-19 broke through barriers affecting both the rich and those in poverty. TB is regar
Abiola Ogunenika - Ottawa, CA
31:38
TB is regarded as a disease of poverty
ANDY CLARKE
33:31
This makes me angry, 100 years, really?
Abiola Ogunenika - Ottawa, CA
34:57
COVID-19 broke through barriers affecting both the rich and those in poverty. TB is regarded as a disease of poverty. Interest gaps hence the 100 days Vs 100 years
Abiola Ogunenika - Ottawa, CA
46:18
Encourage & Fund new research for new TB Vaccine development.
Dorothy, RESULTS (she/her)
48:38
Feel free to put questions here and speakers can read them out!
Beth Wilson (she/her)
52:30
Question - are people more stigmatized by TB or C-19 and more afraid of TB or C-19?
Lizzy Lovinger
55:53
I’d also like to share two briefs from TAG about investments in TB R&D and impacts on COVID-19 response:
Dr. Robyn Waite (Results Canada) she/her
56:08
please share in the chat Lizzy!
Abiola Ogunenika - Ottawa, CA
56:26
While TB stigmatization may be seen more within the community, the tendency for COVID-19 stigma might have come from Health care providers.
Kenneth PRUDENCIO
58:40
Dear Partners , thanks for this meeting. it is awesome. one of the main issue here in Asapsu Côte d'Ivoire is the tremendous drop in testing tb cases because of the fear that Covid 19 caused. the other one might be the fact that so many investments came in our country to fight covid that some of our health workers preferred leaving tb and some some other diseases prevention and care to work on covid. So how are we improving together our advocacy to have more wise and integrated investments in covid, TB and infectious diseases in general?
Kenneth PRUDENCIO
59:18
great insight from Zambia.
Cynthia Tschampl
01:01:03
AMEN!!!
Abiola Ogunenika - Ottawa, CA
01:01:35
Thank you all
Lanie Dougherty (they/them/theirs)
01:02:47
Thank you everyone!
Dorothy, RESULTS (she/her)
01:02:52
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/IC2021session
Crickett
01:02:54
thank you!!!
Amal Abdulrahman
01:03:00
Thank you!
Roxanne Allen
01:03:01
GREAT panel! Thanks to all from New Mexico!