Saving Newborn Lives Legacy e-Talks (Day 6) - Shared screen with speaker view
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Hello and welcome everyone. Please type in your questions into the Q&A panel for a facilitated Q&A session and discussions after Dr. Bhutta's presentation.
Femi Oke (Moderator)
Hi Mridu can you respond please? Just checking where you will message me to let me know we’re all set to continue to session 12.
Mirdu will you project my slides?
Yes Comfort, all recordings are made available. The session recording will be made available on the events pagehttps://www.healthynewbornnetwork.org/event/saving-newborn-lives-legacy-e-talks/Other resources related to sessions can be found on the SNL legacy page on HNNhttps://www.healthynewbornnetwork.org/issue/saving-newborn-lives-legacy/
Femi Oke (Moderator)
janaina calu costa 08:28 AMFor those interested in the paper on ethnic inequalities https://www.thelancet.com/journals/langlo/article/PIIS2214-109X(20)30025-5/fulltext
Thank you Janaina for sharing the resource - janaina calu costaFor those interested in the paper on ethnic inequalities https://www.thelancet.com/journals/langlo/article/PIIS2214-109X(20)30025-5/fulltext
Thank you all for your questions. The other questions which we could not answer today will be answered and shared via the e-Talks event page by the end of next week. Please revisit the events page later: https://www.healthynewbornnetwork.org/event/saving-newborn-lives-legacy-e-talks/
Anne, so wonderful to see you. Your vision and leadership was so critical to al that SNL achieved. Those early days of SNL were so inspiring thanks to your leadership.
Femi Oke (Moderator)
Bravo, Lily! The visualization was so powerful and heartfelt.
Lily, you have been one of the greatest champion for newborn health. Your leadership at USAID has been so important to the world's progress. Thank you.
Thanks, Pat - I have been inspired by SNL's leadership and partnership and learned so much from SNL,
Susan - thanks for helping me understand what a newborn feels and thinks - his/her experience is so important
Fantastic panel - who spoke from their hearts, shared their journeys and their vision for the future. Thank you so much for speaking from your hearts!
For our youngest colleagues, have a passion for what you do, keep focussed on the goal of improving women’s and newborns’ lives, work with partners and share credit and ownership, and remember to listen and learn, and welcome opportunities and challenges
Thanks for a wonderful session
Thank you Anne Tinker for your guidance: For our youngest colleagues, have a passion for what you do, keep focussed on the goal of improving women’s and newborns’ lives, work with partners and share credit and ownership, and remember to listen and learn, and welcome opportunities and challenges
Thanks Winnie! For the recognition of the work done in Mali on Chlorhexidine. It's been a tremendous achievement. One that I am proud of the SSGI team, as well as the SNL and MCHIP/MCSP teams that laid some of the groundwork.
UNICEF will support these ideas
In every country
Thank you for your commitment!
Please see the Call to Action here: https://www.healthynewbornnetwork.org/issue/saving-newborn-lives-legacy/#call-to-action
Thank you, SNL and partners, for your tireless efforts over the last 20 years to advocate for mothers and newborns. Much has been achieved, and the path is laid for action to achieving the SDGs.
Thank you, SNL, for your contributions -- it is lovely to see how far and wide your reach has been, and it is a privilege for me to have been part of this family.
whao!, What a great time of sharing of lessons learnt & progress made in the last 20years of tireless efforts to improve newborn health. Though a lot has been achieved, there's still a lot more to be done especially in the other large countries who participated.Glad to be part of the little shift made in Nigeria
Thanks to all for a brilliant series of webinars - very inspiring!
I have to drop off for an IRC meeting - but was lovely seeing all of your faces. And thank you Femi for your leadership today! Have a lovely Thursday, all
a journey to be continued together
That you to the leadership of Save the Children for all the excellent 6 webinars put together.
Thanks to SNL, from Lima, Perú
Thanks to all of you for joining us. And a huge thanks to Femi for moderating us! it's been such a pleasure!
Thanks to all at SNL. You have created a uniquely effective movement that is powered by heartfelt commitment and partnership - so precious!
Thanks to everyone for a wonderful series. Despite not being able to hold these meetings in person, this continues to be a wonderfully warm and inspiring community. It is a privilege to be part of!
Major thanks to Mridu Pandey and Courtney Rodrigues for their tireless efforts to make the SNL Newborn Health Legacy e-Talks a reality -- wonderful logistics and project coordination!
I am honored to be part of the newborn team at Save the Children after years of working in collaboration with my colleagues at SNL and USAID projects. I am committed to continue the great work that you all have done. Thanks for a great series highlighting 20 years of phenomenal work. And please join our community of oracti
Thank you thanks all!
practice for the small and sick newborn
Congratulations and thanks to all!
Special thanks for Comms team Etienne Franca and Courtney Rodrigues .
The session recording will be made available on the events pagehttps://www.healthynewbornnetwork.org/event/saving-newborn-lives-legacy-e-talks/Other resources related to sessions can be found on the SNL legacy page on HNNhttps://www.healthynewbornnetwork.org/issue/saving-newborn-lives-legacy/