March 29, 2022 | 8:00am EST / 13:00 BST (GMT/UTC +1)
Featuring global and country-level Health and Child Protection experts, this webinar focused on the integration and collaboration between Health and Child Protection actors during infectious disease outbreaks in humanitarian settings. Panelists discussed how the Health and Child Protection sectors in Cox’s Bazar and DRC celebrated successes, identified and addressed bottlenecks, and developed practical tools following workshops on integration in outbreak response.
Featured expert panelists
- Taslima Begum, Case Management Specialist, Save the Children (Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh)
- Dr. Patrick Libonga Mananga, Health Cluster Co-coordinator, Save the Children (Goma, DRC)
- Dr. Ayesha Kadir, Global Health Advisor, Save the Children
- Hannah Thompson, Child Protection Consultant
- Nidhi Kapur, Child Protection Consultant
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