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BHER Speaker Series - Shared screen with speaker view
Sherry Kashi
12:04
For students enrolled in the York University Centre for Refugee Studies Certificate or Diploma programs, please sign the online attendance form here: https://crs1.apps01.yorku.ca/machform/view.php?id=32440The password is: dadaab
Yunis abdullahi
24:13
in my side is not working thank you
Yunis abdullahi
24:25
the link
Yunis abdullahi
26:02
iam talking the above link
Sherry Kashi
27:26
For students enrolled in the York University Centre for Refugee Studies Certificate or Diploma programs, please sign the online attendance form here: https://crs1.apps01.yorku.ca/machform/view.php?id=32440The password is: dadaab
Sahro Jama
36:21
please send the link of attendance
Ellie Van Berkel
36:43
https://crs1.apps01.yorku.ca/machform/view.php?id=32440
Rachel Silver
37:58
Standard 8 is equivalent to Grade 8
Aden mohamed
40:57
yes it is equivalent to Grade 8
Leslie Edith
43:49
please can you provide the password
Aden mohamed
44:09
dadaab
Sherry Kashi
44:54
For students enrolled in the York University Centre for Refugee Studies Certificate or Diploma programs, please sign the online attendance form here: https://crs1.apps01.yorku.ca/machform/view.php?id=32440The password is: dadaab
Leslie Edith
45:07
thank you
Balqeys mohamed
48:22
do we always sign the attendance
ruqiyo abdullahi
50:48
What about master program student
Michele Millard
52:53
For students enrolled in the York University Centre for Refugee Studies Certificate or Diploma programs, please sign the online attendance form here: https://crs1.apps01.yorku.ca/machform/view.php?id=32440 The password is: dadaab
HaEun Kim
53:06
For BHER BA EDST and MED students, you will not need to sign the attendance form. The attendance is for students taking a diploma/certificate from the Centre of Refugee Studies at York.
Rachel Silver
53:39
For Rethinking Schooling students, we are taking attendance manually. Thank you.
Mohamed Mahat
54:42
Ooh! Thank you HaEun although we have already sign
Jeylani Mohamed
55:14
How do I restore it because I have already signed it?
HaEun Kim
55:15
That is fine, no problem if you've already signed-
HaEun Kim
55:43
Rachel has noted your attendance (for those in BA EDST)
Abdifatah Wardere
56:11
it is time for prayers and I will rejoin after the prayer. All the best
Molade Osibodu
58:58
Please be reminded that you can type questions for our panelists here as they come up.
Abdi Bishar
59:34
Thanks to the speakers and the organizers of this significant educational engagement. On our side, it is time for evening Prayer. I will not be available for the next few Minutes as I will go for the prayer. Thanks.Regards: Abdi Bishar.
Molade Osibodu
59:55
Thank you Abdi for attending.
Yunis abdullahi
01:01:11
I will rejoined after prayer thanks
Molade Osibodu
01:07:59
For the q&a, you can type your questions up here or raise your hands (under the participant tab)
Marlene Lee-Gordon
01:09:48
Thanks to the organizers and the speakers for this enlightening and educational presenteration. My knowledge on the Dadaab Refugee camps during this COVID-19 crisis has really been improved. Thanks a lot!
Graham Giles
01:11:07
I am so sorry to have to go - but am so grateful to all speakers for sharing, and to organizers for organizing as well!
Molade Osibodu
01:11:19
Thank you Marlene and Graham for coming!
hawo mohamed ali
01:14:51
thanks DAKANE our heard of education associate in UNHCR
Marlene Lee-Gordon
01:18:11
I am not in a Camp and i do have challenges with this interuption of school during COVID-19 and have to pull on my inner strength for emotional support. What mechanisms are being implemented to effectively deall with the emotional impact of the pandemic on the student?
Karen A Meyer
01:19:50
Thank you, very interesting overview. How are Windle, LWF and others able to coordinate/harmonize education response in the camp? Especially with the various stakeholders/donors looking to respond to the changing environment. How to avoid duplication and build on efforts? Thank you.
LACRAMR
01:20:23
My question - Hello, Ms. Kariba mentioned needing to purchase tablets and computers in order for the students to continue taking part in the online learning. This seems like a complicated option considering the costs it represents, as well as the need for internet. Could there be more sustainable, realistic solutions for the future?
Kasaya Kasaya
01:24:02
Thank you our organizers and panelists for this informative session. The anxiety COVID-19 has generated and the impersonal nature of online classes means the need to step up our Psycho-social support systems for refugee students and their families in the refugee camps. What specific approaches have you put in place?
ruqiyo abdullahi
01:25:03
Thanks Ms.Kariba for supporting students to continue their studies who psychologically affected and as well others to at least reduce the impact through remote learning strategies.
Rachel Silver
01:28:07
MSF= medecins sans frontiers
Rachel Silver
01:28:17
(Doctors without Borders)
Molade Osibodu
01:30:17
Please see our website for future sessions in the series https://www.yorku.ca/edu/reciprocal-learning-in-times-of-crisis/
Abdi Abdi
01:31:42
Hi everyone I would like to ask Norah in this pandemic how do your organization/secondary education concern office connected to learners with special needs for home teaching. As we no many may have mental problem as they are most vulnerable for GBV. Thanks
Hassan Noor
01:31:52
Education specially primary education particilarly early childhood education is almost lost it is quality in dadaab camps.Evedience is language development problem for many school going boys and girls. What are the plans to make refugees access the same quality education just like the rest of kenyan community.
Kasaya Kasaya
01:31:56
That's a great strategy George
Marlene Lee-Gordon
01:32:31
Yes George, the emotional effects are all over. I am afraid that we are now seeing an increase of exhaustion and mental decline in the care givers and support personnel in all sectors.
Kasaya Kasaya
01:33:30
Noted Dakane on Psychosocial support. Many thanks indeed
Roxy Cohen
01:35:10
question: are there any practices that you have started because of covid, that you think you will keep even after the pandemic? said differently, have you discovered any new practices you want to maintain?
Sherry Kashi
01:37:54
For students enrolled in the York University Centre for Refugee Studies Certificate or Diploma programs, please sign the online attendance form here: https://crs1.apps01.yorku.ca/machform/view.php?id=32440The password is: dadaab
Molade Osibodu
01:40:08
Our next event is on Wednesday, December 2nd. We will screen The Invisible City Kakuma. https://www.yorku.ca/edu/wp-content/uploads/sites/28/2020/10/ReciprocalLearning-Dec2_flyer.pdf
Molade Osibodu
01:42:11
After the movie screen, Dr. Chloe Brushwood-Rose from York and Grace Nshimiyukiza will lead us in discussion around the film.
Kiin
01:50:22
thanks all this is interesting session, by my phone is off
Anastazija
01:50:35
Thank you!
Molade Osibodu
01:50:42
Thank you everyone!
jessica.vorstermans
01:50:43
Thank you to all!
HaEun Kim
01:50:44
Thank you to panelists + organizers!