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shubhada
29:53
Hello. Prof Shubhada Kanani from India working for SHN. In resource poor schools with heavy workloads, what are successful strategies to sustain SHN strategies in the school system after project phase is over or external catalysts are no longer around?
clarehanbury
30:30
Yes I’m here Nat!
clarehanbury
33:52
Thanks Seung!
shubhada
35:33
the weakenst component in the national weekily iron folate plus twice a year deworming program in India is nutrition education-BCC. any experience to share?
Mohini Venkatesh
37:10
Thanks for your question Shubhada, we will take your question to the end of Seung's presentation.
jane sherman
37:22
Great that you raised this point, Shuhada!
jane sherman
41:46
Sorry, Shubhada, I left out the b in your name...
Mohini Venkatesh
47:11
Participants, if you have any questions for Seung, please type them in to the chat box.
mario Mabede
49:41
in Mozambique we had a donation of MOSK KIT package which was really good. How can we make it sustainable and keep the program going on?
shubhada
52:32
We are working on healthy food choices and physcial activity to reduce both underweight and overweight in schools-any resources for this area available?
E.Coulibaly
59:01
Here in Mali, we have been working on the last point mentioned in the challenges: Provision of glasses. We do vision screening and have started provided some children with them and the most complicated cases are referred to Health centers
shubhada
01:02:33
one neglected issue is perhaps the girl child in school- how gender insensitivity and early marriages force them to drop out of school- does SC incorporate gender dimension in SHN.
Natalie Roschnik
01:04:36
In 1998, it was just Malawi, Mozambique and Mali
Natalie Roschnik
01:04:59
then came Haiti, Philippines....
jane sherman
01:07:03
Unfortunately I have to leave before the end. Congratulations on your achiemenents! But just in relation to the comments on behaviour change, the FAO White Paper on school food and nutrition education (forthcoming) believes that behaviour change is not so difficult to achieve in schools, especially if it is connected to actions and interactions in the environment, to families, and to interventions such as the range of STC programs you have showcased here. Many thanks!
Doug
01:13:03
Great presentation! I really liked the use of the word maintaining rather than implementing. In other words, can we start and do pilots where we have a clear idea of what it takes to maintain and sustain that program at the beginning rather than at the end of the funded pilot or external support.
Doug
01:14:50
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desharma
01:15:01
In the country programs how do you deal with the mental health issues as food impacts mood and vice versa, especially among adolescents.
clarehanbury
01:16:10
I agree - I thin that well being and resilience is an important topic and is foundational to children feeling able to participate and contribute.
clarehanbury
01:16:40
Thank you soooo much for a great meeting!
l.cifuentes
01:17:27
Congratulations! thenk you
E.Coulibaly
01:17:35
Thanks so much