my second most exciting moment in life- meeting sir fazle abed 1 2- he had designed a rural health service for one of the ten most populous nations from scratch? which do you think sir fazle need more help from health genii or financial genii? -more here

2020 telehealth hinge moment
our biggest challenge in 2020s is not the virus it is failing to unite around designing a world so next girl or boy born has a joyful chance at a productive life- that depends on 3 skills thriving in ever community - the health servant (economisthealth.com), the livelihood educator (economistuniversity.com) and the financial servant (economistbank.com.)
however we have known since the end of world war 2 that we need new maps than those that 8 largest empires had ruled planet with - and that 4 new technologies and types of mediation will multiply this sustainably up or crashing down until mother natures selects us as next dod- more at girlsworldbank.com
who published 13 global health challenges 1/13/2020 - help update them -related search malaria : fda -messy https://www.the-scientist.com/news-opinion/nih-cancels-funding-for-bat-coronavirus-research-project-67486

virus unknowns help unwomens list some twitter dialogues 1 2 3 chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk
ByeBye human race unless you can help us find medical word's top 10 World Record Jobs Creators 9 8 7 ...Ironically knowledge of the curriculum of entrepreneurial revolution - as the net generation's opportunity to collaborate in human sustainability peaked in 1984 - unless you can help World Record Jobs Creators retrieve it now - thanks chris macrae wash dc text 240 316 8157 EconomistDiary.com ERworld.tv amychina.net Anyone seriously transparent about affordable global health and sustainability needs to develop segments of health services and then decide whether an integrated service is still to have place boundaries. THE BLOCKCHAIN WARS. New media is always a battle between the forces for evil who linkin fast and those who needed to open space for a deeper social order (which takes time). Understanding blockchain mapping will also be absolutely essential: it may be how sustainability's last call is won by little sisters or lost to big brothers. these are the most exciting times to be alive.. 4 markets human sustainability depends on health & . linkedin UNwomens - question collab blog editors: chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk washington DC

china; Qatar bangladesh and asean ghana france india

usa CHINA UNICORNS

good news china's robot teachers assistants will soon be better at diagnosis than 99% of docs. china
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online library of norman macrae...world record jobs creators: sir fazle abed .. jim kim.JKU. larry brilliant.. gerge soros..paul farmer .leana wen .BillionGirlsBoys network
health.nutrition.edu.green.job


Saturday, September 26, 2020

 mit's Prof. Regina Barzilay has been named the inaugural recipient of the Squirrel AI Award for Artificial Intelligence to Benefit Humanity for her work developing new AI techniques to help improve health care, reports Rebecca Robbins for STAT. Robbins writes that Barzilay is focused on turning the “abundance of research on AI in health care into tools that can improve care.” the squirrel award is given by the world's largest ai association -— the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) -reports by mit https://news.mit.edu/2020/regina-barzilay-wins-aaai-squirrel-ai-award-artificial-intelligence-0923 and by stat https://www.statnews.com/2020/09/23/regina-barzilay-mit-artificial-intelligence-award/

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MIT Professor Regina Barzilay has received a $1 million Squirrel AI Award for Artificial Intelligence for the Benefit of Humanity for her work developing machine learning models for cancer diagnosis and drug discovery. (420 kB)
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MIT artificial intelligence researcher Regina Barzilay is the inaugural recipient of a new $1 million prize honoring work in AI.

Friday, September 25, 2020

 dear thorkil hope you and family keeping healthy. i have just connected the 2 people in bangladesh who can do most for autism lives matter- the daughter of the pm whose life work is on autism; my hero fazle abed dies december but not before design his legacy project- coalition of 30 sdg university-so person 2 is vice chancellor of that coalition--at end of 1980s dad wrote a short book on how only nordica could humanise tech-its in english or swedish if you would like to see it

Thursday, September 24, 2020

 stanford coursera offers free mooc on ai for health https://www.coursera.org/learn/evaluations-ai-applications-healthcare/home/welcome if you want free option look for audit the course -if you cant fibd that whatsapp me+1 240 316 8157 if you find other free moocs on ai - pls tell me chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk www.economisthealth.com 

Saturday, September 19, 2020

who's health action networks do you linkin

 over the last 13 years since our first visit of 15 visuts to bangladesh we have researched at worldrecordjobs who's knowhow saves communities lives from infectious diseases, poverty and nations which are not yet governed round all lives matter starting with mothers and kids

unlike othernations bangladesh had been colonisedtwice by britain to 1949 then by pakistan during the first quarter of a century of uniting nations round what peoples needed most; bangladesh had the 8th largest pulation in 1971 when it was born and zero money and rural regions where 80% of people built communitie with no access to electricity and its main city in rubble due to war of independnce- if you want to study the greatest girls development miracle ever seen on earth you make sure you understand the sequence in which rual women added 25 years of life expectancy to being bangladeshi


OUR HEROES INCLUDE old and new

 those from a hundred years ago including the stanfords, florence nightingale the origin of nursing as a last mile community service as well as one conderned with vetrans- initially english ones reurning from a war in ukraine- clara barton who set up the american red cross inspired by the founbdation of the swiss red cross in geneva which from the birth of the united nations in san franciso mage geneva the most pracitdal epicentre of sharing world health organisation knowhow and later value chain designs empored by mobile technolgy itu as well as desiging trade rules so that no community is excluded- in other words from 1945 the world needed diffeent maps of value exchanges than the ones slavemaking and genocide ruling empires had built with the first 185 years of maachine and humans- i am a diaspora scot- i can tell you that the 2 lads who started up machines glagow university 1760 had exactly opposite hopes for how machines were shared around the world than london's banking empire-


healtyh societies exponentially generate strong economies not vice versa; they do this from the community up not top down empires; the simplest definition that we can find of the challenge to youth being the first sustainability generation is ending poverty by ensuring each next girl or boy born has a good chance at life and livelihood, ie babies lives matter - that can only happen if every community thrves through diversity as well as being deep data linked into live critical apps and societal networking- since the giant leap of landing on the moon the techs of computing and communicatiing have embedded up to a trillion times mooore people power to suport every lives matter- thats what alumni of gordon moore have been netwking since 1965 and what the place brand silicon valley was launched around in 1972 with the help of stanford university- a unique university founded by a 19th century governor of california- his 15 year old son had died of typhoid while traveling europe- his wife and he declared they would love every californian child's education and stanford university started up around that goal- 

the grant family grewup as medical missonaries in china- by the time james grant became the head of unicef he was the righ immunolgist/population epidemiologist to connect a billion poorest womens health services across bangladesh and china; other vice chancellors trained in these skills - eg the late 20th century head of americas number 1 libeal arts coollege swarthmore helped sir fazle abed found brac university arounf colege 1james grants school of public health- today brac university serves to linkin knowhow of all the people sir fazle abed and hundred of millions asian vilage girls truted most to leap beyong ultra poverty- it should be noted that the 3 main empires britsh dutch japanese  that trapped half of the world people in povertyduring the colonial era amplified by macgines 1760-1945 have webbed heroic coomunity building applications of english language, tech leapfrogs and hi-trust relationships with alumni of sir fazle abed (previouslyregional ceo royal dutch shell, alma mater glasgow university engineering colege)


sir fazle abed who died dec 2019

jim kim and paul farmer- kim world banked between 2012-2018- he is a franciscan (ie valuing peoples the way pope francise does) american korean whose practice brilliance focused on ending tuberculosis in slums and rural area; george soros sposored kim and farmer to start ending both tubercolsis and hiv globally from around 1999- in the next 5 years they had linked in fazle abed and bill gates to theit home student exchanges which were epicentred in boston and had before soros been focused local health exchanges with haiti and peru- as well as training youth to fight infectious doseases, farmer hadstarted up rural general practice hubs; with the earthquake in haiti farmer had been funded to rebuild the nations main teaching hospital; boston students also started up the main local to global netwrk od solving chronic diseases

origins of anericans helpin asians end infectious diseases include larry brilliant whose medical training started in detroit at a time when you didnt get into debt to train to be a doctor and whose firs job accompaying the pop group wavy gravy on world tour took him to the groups annual retreat in afghanistan 1964 where they refreshed their ebergies with popworlds conscius guru; brilliant stayed onto be theman who netwrk mapped how to end small pox on the asian continent- in thise days networking in rural area was all person to persom due to no no access to electricity; about 40 years later brilliant popped up to be google.org's first ceo and chain of mapping tools to end panademics- quite why google let brilliant go around 2009 is part of the puzzle how did gates, bush, pretty much everyone at top of amerucan human dev administration rank pandemics as nu,ber 1 risk to our species but not use deep data tech 2005-2020 to resolve this challenge- please note that larry brilliant is in his eighties- he did everything he could- people at top of google, the billionare consortium of gates, whichever republicans networks came after bush need to testify why american tech wated 15 years on this and other vital sdg issues

jack ma is an inteesting charcter- aged 10 to 30 he became the favorite ebglsh language teacher of chinese youth; on his first trip to usa seattle 1995 he saw the launchof amazon and spent the next 22 years uniting partnerships from silicon valley tokyo and goildman sachs to build the peoples ecommerce and the peoples money; then at wef 2017 he annouced that from 2019 he'd retutn to teahing and health and grren services and help youth redesign their gratest heroes at sporting and fashion events- behind the scenes ma shares research he has done from eg bangladesh with geneva's networks be these the un's or the world economic forums-he aso published for free the wuhans nurses handbook- if you read that you will find out about simple practices such as mask wearing as well as understand deep data tracing apps; jack is arguably the most practical un envoy youth entrepreneurs of sg world will have in the 2020s but he would be the first to admit he is a translator/comnectr not the inovation hero of how last mile health servants collaborate to provide the most heroic coomunit support our species can search and outreach


we would love to compare lists of who's practice knowhow you linkin- we are talking about knowhow for every age group from 9 up - thas because we back the detailed published view at the lancet that schools are missing a peer to peer curriculum so adolescents up can know how to sustain their own wellbeing as well as use new tech to help end infectious diseases and connect the worldwide deep data needed to resolve chronic diseases

one of the challenges is where do such truly great health servants multiply each others knowledge as well as where is this politically blocked or mis-researched by big western universities often sponsored by health for the rich not health for all sdgs

the person who connected the most bottom up health knowhow impacting up to 2 billion poorest asians from 1970 to 2019 died recently - before his death sir fazle abed had linkedin the world's largest ngo partnerships in all the main markets of human development SHELF

WHERE H IS FOR HEALTH SDG3 - the first market asiaN WOMEN NEEDED TO SECURE AT COMMUNITY BUILDING LEVELS THAT INCLUDES FOOD & WATER SECURITY FOR FIRST 1999 DAYS OF INFANTS-



Friday, September 18, 2020

 draft

who's health action networks who?

top alumni recommendation - sir fazle abed- 
living recommendations : practitioners jim kim, paul farmer, larry brilliant, david w fraser - society and sdg investors bill gates, george soros, ken langone .
recently parted sir fazle abed -20 dec 2019
historical - florence nightingale, henry dunant, clara barton, maria curie, alexander fleming, mother theresa, james grant
who's alumni do you value most in advancing the peoples health - chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk

to understand why we recommend connecting with alumni of fazle abed to value last mile health services and much more it helps to understand the history of bangladesh

 over the last 13 years, including 15 visIts to bangladesh, we have researched  https://www.worldrecordjobs.com/search?q=exciting+abed who's learning who to save communities and lives from infectious diseases, poverty and other system crises caused by a world in which lives matter governance is not yet common in many of the biggest organisations .The risks spun by big organisations is is a system problem debated in the economist as early as the 1970s when it first became clear man was going to multiply computing brain power 100 fold every decade -ref the coming entrepreneurial revolution Economist dec 25 1976

unlike other nation's bangladesh had been colonised twice:

 by britain to 1948 : unde british rule , until 1910s, bangladesh's place in maps of the world had neighbored the superport of empire world trade - calcutta - which was india's capital until the brits withdrew to inland delhi to administer the last 30 years of empiring over nearly two thirds of humans who live on the asian continent; britain with less than 1% of humans or more precisely london had built the biggest and most aggressive ships from 1500, the dominant language for education and science, the world's first monetary system, and from 1760s the first experiment of living with machines

with the withdrawal of britain  from indian subcontinent , the people of bengal bay were ruled over by pakistan during the first quarter of a century after world war 2 ; geographically this made no sense but it was a quick fix when mainly the aga khan objected to the british idea of whole subcontinent's independence under one government

whence it took another quarter of a century for  the new nation of bangladesh to be born as the 8th largest population in 1971 with next to zero money; moreover rural regions where 80% of the country lived  had no access to electricity ; and even its main city dhaka was in rubble due to the war of independence- 

it was here that a miracle in the field of human development occurred- bangladesh evolved a twin form of governance- a traditional post colonial government ruled its capital dhaka- the rural 80% of peoples were linked in by grassroots people to people networks-  the most cooperative one  was called bangladesh rural advancement committee -brac - the vision why not value women's lives as being at least as productive as men - an idea that china was calling women hold up half the sky

brac focused on innovating ways to empower village women with small business solutions every village needed to microfranchise - the servant leader at the epicentre of this movement was fazle abed who had previously risen in the dutch-british oil multinational shell to be its regional ceo and whose alma mater was the engineering school of adam smith's glasgow university; in 1970 while fazle was leading shell's regional operation, one million people were killed all around him in a 48 hour period- this greatest natural disaster became a live changing moment ; instead of marketing oil or engineering ports fazle chose to dedicate his remaining 50 years of life to poverty alleviation through village networking

if you want to study the greatest girls development miracle ever seen on earth you, begin by understanding the sequence of innovations fazle abed helped hundreds of millions of rural women integrate with the overall goal  adding 25 years of life expectancy 

both bangladeshi women and south china rural women needed to co-create similar solutions as the fourth quarter of the 20th century began- they needed to learn how villagers could confront illnesses and starvation which was killing infants and mothers to be-over 100 million had perished needlessly during asia's third quarter of the 20th c

thanks to fazle abed we now know the most extreme forms of rural poverty require village communities to advance three priority lats mile services

TRIPLE WIN- THE PEOPLES HEALTH , YOUTHS EDUCATION & THE PEOPLES MONEY

SDG SYSTEM DESIGN HYPOTHESIS healthy societies generate strong economic exponentials over time not vice versa

==============================================================

OUR HEROES OF PEOPLES HEALTH  INCLUDE old and new

OLD

 those from a hundred years ago including the stanfords, florence nightingale the origin of nursing as a last mile community service as well as one concerned with veterans- initially english ones returning from a war in ukraine-

 clara barton who set up the american red cross inspired by henry dunant - the founder in 1864 of the swiss red cross out of geneva; dunant's processes also set a precedent for geneva being the world's crossroads for covening human-focused coalition uniting nations 80 years before the UN itself was founded after world war 2

today geneva is the most practical epicentre of sharing world health organisation knowhow and value chain designs empired by mobile/satellite technology leaders (the international telecommunications union) itu as well as designing world trade rules aligned to sustainability goals in which  no community is excluded-

 from 1945 the world needed different maps of value exchanges than the ones slavemaking and genocide ruling empires had built with the first 185 years of machine and humans- i am a diaspora scot- i can tell you that the 2 lads who started up machines glasgow university 1760 had exactly opposite hopes for how machines were shared around the world than london's banking empire-


healthy societies exponentially generate strong economies not vice versa; they do this from the community up not top down empires; the simplest definition that we can find of the challenge to youth being the first sustainability generation is ending poverty by ensuring each next girl or boy born has a good chance at life and livelihood, ie babies lives matter - that can only happen if every community thrves through diversity as well as being deep data linked into live critical apps and societal networking- since the giant leap of landing on the moon the techs of computing and communicatiing have embedded up to a trillion times mooore people power to suport every lives matter- thats what alumni of gordon moore have been netwking since 1965 and what the place brand silicon valley was launched around in 1972 with the help of stanford university- a unique university founded by a 19th century governor of california- his 15 year old son had died of typhoid while traveling europe- his wife and he declared they would love every californian child's education and stanford university started up around that goal- 


the grant family grewup as medical missonaries in china- by the time james grant became the head of unicef he was the righ immunolgist/population epidemiologist to connect a billion poorest womens health services across bangladesh and china; other vice chancellors trained in these skills - eg the late 20th century head of americas number 1 libeal arts coollege swarthmore helped sir fazle abed found brac university arounf colege 1james grants school of public health- today brac university serves to linkin knowhow of all the people sir fazle abed and hundred of millions asian vilage girls truted most to leap beyong ultra poverty- it should be noted that the 3 main empires britsh dutch japanese  that trapped half of the world people in povertyduring the colonial era amplified by macgines 1760-1945 have webbed heroic coomunity building applications of english language, tech leapfrogs and hi-trust relationships with alumni of sir fazle abed (previouslyregional ceo royal dutch shell, alma mater glasgow university engineering colege)




sir fazle abed who died dec 2019


jim kim and paul farmer- kim world banked between 2012-2018- he is a franciscan (ie valuing peoples the way pope francise does) american korean whose practice brilliance focused on ending tuberculosis in slums and rural area; george soros sposored kim and farmer to start ending both tubercolsis and hiv globally from around 1999- in the next 5 years they had linked in fazle abed and bill gates to theit home student exchanges which were epicentred in boston and had before soros been focused local health exchanges with haiti and peru- as well as training youth to fight infectious doseases, farmer hadstarted up rural general practice hubs; with the earthquake in haiti farmer had been funded to rebuild the nations main teaching hospital; boston students also started up the main local to global netwrk od solving chronic diseases


origins of anericans helpin asians end infectious diseases include larry brilliant whose medical training started in detroit at a time when you didnt get into debt to train to be a doctor and whose firs job accompaying the pop group wavy gravy on world tour took him to the groups annual retreat in afghanistan 1964 where they refreshed their ebergies with popworlds conscius guru; brilliant stayed onto be theman who netwrk mapped how to end small pox on the asian continent- in thise days networking in rural area was all person to persom due to no no access to electricity; about 40 years later brilliant popped up to be google.org's first ceo and chain of mapping tools to end panademics- quite why google let brilliant go around 2009 is part of the puzzle how did gates, bush, pretty much everyone at top of amerucan human dev administration rank pandemics as nu,ber 1 risk to our species but not use deep data tech 2005-2020 to resolve this challenge- please note that larry brilliant is in his eighties- he did everything he could- people at top of google, the billionare consortium of gates, whichever republicans networks came after bush need to testify why american tech wated 15 years on this and other vital sdg issues


jack ma is an inteesting charcter- aged 10 to 30 he became the favorite ebglsh language teacher of chinese youth; on his first trip to usa seattle 1995 he saw the launchof amazon and spent the next 22 years uniting partnerships from silicon valley tokyo and goildman sachs to build the peoples ecommerce and the peoples money; then at wef 2017 he annouced that from 2019 he'd retutn to teahing and health and grren services and help youth redesign their gratest heroes at sporting and fashion events- behind the scenes ma shares research he has done from eg bangladesh with geneva's networks be these the un's or the world economic forums-he aso published for free the wuhans nurses handbook- if you read that you will find out about simple practices such as mask wearing as well as understand deep data tracing apps; jack is arguably the most practical un envoy youth entrepreneurs of sg world will have in the 2020s but he would be the first to admit he is a translator/comnectr not the inovation hero of how last mile health servants collaborate to provide the most heroic coomunit support our species can search and outreach




we would love to compare lists of who's practice knowhow you linkin- we are talking about knowhow for every age group from 9 up - thas because we back the detailed published view at the lancet that schools are missing a peer to peer curriculum so adolescents up can know how to sustain their own wellbeing as well as use new tech to help end infectious diseases and connect the worldwide deep data needed to resolve chronic diseases


one of the challenges is where do such truly great health servants multiply each others knowledge as well as where is this politically blocked or mis-researched by big western universities often sponsored by health for the rich not health for all sdgs


the person who connected the most bottom up health knowhow impacting up to 2 billion poorest asians from 1970 to 2019 died recently - before his death sir fazle abed had linkedin the world's largest ngo partnerships in all the main markets of human development SHELF


WHERE H IS FOR HEALTH SDG3 - the first market asiaN WOMEN NEEDED TO SECURE AT COMMUNITY BUILDING LEVELS THAT INCLUDES FOOD & WATER SECURITY FOR FIRST 1999 DAYS OF INFANTS-

Wednesday, September 9, 2020

"Health Professional in full PPE conducting COVID-19 test on patient in community clinic Dear Learners,
The Community Health Academy's fourth webinar, CHW Voices: Caring for Communities during COVID-19, starts in 1 hour! Please join us from 8-9am EDT / 9-10am BRT / 3-4pm EAT to hear from community health worker panelists from Brazil, Kenya, and the United states about their experiences while caring for communities during COVID-19.  
CHW Voices: Caring for Communities during COVID-19
For this webinar, community health workers (CHWs) from diverse settings discuss their experiences on the ground during COVID-19. Key questions include - what has changed in their day to day? What has stayed the same? What helps them with resilience? Where do they feel well-supported, where do they not?

Moderator:
Michelle Choy, Senior Technical Coordinator, Advisory Engagements, Last Mile Health - United States

Panelists:
Georgieanna Pierre-Paul, Senior Community Health Worker, Penn Center for Community Health Workers, United States

Katiane Marques, Community Health Agent, Costa e Silva Health Unit, Brazil
Luiza Corrêa, Social Worker/Translator, Conselho Regional de Serviço Social - 10th Region, Brazil

Caroline Ndung’u, Community Health Worker, Living Goods, Kenya


xxFrom Mary Carmen Williams to Everyone:  08:02 AM
Good Morning from the University of South Alabama in Mobile, Alabama.
From Shazina Masud to Everyone:  08:03 AM
Good evening from Karachi, Pakistan
From Lorenzo Dorr to Everyone:  08:04 AM
Good morning, I am Lorenzo Dorr, Liberia. 
From Henry Atandzi to Everyone:  08:04 AM
Good morning, I’m Henry from Keta Municipal Hospital, Ghana
From Cynthia Chitekeshe to Everyone:  08:05 AM
Greetings to all, from Cape Town
From Me to All Panelists:  08:05 AM
this is great thanks chris.macrae@yahoo.co.uk Washington dc www.economisthealth.com where is lastmilehealth located
From Community Health Academy to Everyone:  08:05 AM
Welcome welcome all! Thank you so much for joining from all around the world! Please continue to let us know where you are calling in from!
From Meenal Rawat to Everyone:  08:06 AM
Hello, this is Meenal from  India

From Ninian Blair to Everyone:  08:06 AM
Good morning  Ninian Blair - Guyana South America.
From Ashmita Dhungana to Everyone:  08:06 AM
Good Evening from Nepal
From Abby Waldron to Everyone:  08:08 AM
Hello everyone! My name is Abby and I am the Program Coordinator at the Community Health Academy, based in the state of Massachusetts in the United States! It is fantastic to be here!

From Me to Everyone:  08:09 AM
is community health ac connected with www.pih.org in boston
From Abby Waldron to Everyone:  08:09 AM
Thank you all for joining! Please continue to let us know where you are calling in from!
From Nimra Iqbal to Everyone:  08:10 AM
I'm from Pakistan 
Thank you for this webinar 
From Jimena Solórzano to Everyone:  08:10 AM
Hi everyone! I’m from Dominican Republic
From Community Health Academy to Everyone:  08:11 AM
Hi @cynthia - we do not offer any certificates of attendance unfortunately, but we do have a recording of this event that will be available after the webinar!
From Catherine Obembe to Everyone:  08:12 AM
Hi everyone, Catherine from Nigeria 
From Community Health Academy to Everyone:  08:13 AM
Welcome all!!
From Abby Waldron to Everyone:  08:15 AM
Please ask your questions using the Q&A function and provide comments, resources, and reflections here in this chat! Don't forget to upvote questions that you would like to see answered during this event!
From Community Health Academy to Everyone:  08:18 AM
“We created a new way of communicating with our community via podcasts” ~ Katiane Marques, translated by Luiza Correa
From Sarita Wariyer to Everyone:  08:21 AM
is it possible for us to start zumba fitness dance group classes soon, in the Gym offline? Already attending Online classes.

Am a BHARATANATYAM INDIAN DANCE teacher, teaching online.  Can I start offline class now? Also taking online ENGLISH class. Can thaybbe started offline?
From Community Health Academy to Everyone:  08:22 AM
“My workflow on my smartphone has changed, and now requires me to educate my clients on COVID-19 symptoms and prevention” ~ Caroline Ndung’u
From Ashmita Dhungana to Everyone:  08:22 AM
  Vitamin A and Deworming tablets distribution during COVID 19  in Nepal:On 6th and 7th July, National Vitamin A campaign was held by FCHVs in Nepal. Since I am a resident of Kathmandu, I went through some community booths where FCHVs were distributing Vitamin A and deworming capsules to children. To conduct a national programme like this was very challenging at this time both for the service providers and service users. FCHVs had applied all the safety measures; not touching the child while giving Vitamin, and use of Sanitizer, gloves and mask followed by maintaining the crowd of mothers and childrens by social distancing. There was participation of both mothers and fathers and even grandparents of the children. 
From Sarita Wariyer to Everyone:  08:23 AM
good evening
 I'm Sarita Wariyer from India
From Community Health Academy to Everyone:  08:26 AM
“COVID watch with Penn Medicine - we can link our patients up with COVID watch through their primary care physicians” ~ Georgieanna Pierre-Paul
Thank you for sharing, Ashmita!
Welcome, Onemtein!
From Me to Everyone:  08:27 AM
do you have rough estimates of % in community who have now had covid - eg under 1%  5% 10% 
From Community Health Academy to Everyone:  08:29 AM
“I reassure them that everything will go back to normal…they instill trust in me” ~ Caroline Ndung’u
“With my job, I had contact with people which would help me build trust…I am calling them and they don’t know me…trying to convince them to let me help them” ~ Georgieanna Pierre-Paul