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UNGA76 Side Event on Localizing GBV in humanitarian crises - Shared screen with speaker view
Bahaa Elias
26:03
👍
Smruti Patel
26:19
Smruti Patel A4EP, looking forward to the discussions.
Mirjana Nesic
26:33
Hello every one, greetings from Bosnia and Herzegovina
Sambhavi Cheemalapati
26:59
Hello from the USA - Connecticut
Abeer Janakat
27:02
Hello from Kuwait!
Laia LUTHI
27:13
Hello, greetings from Senegal (UN Women regional office)
Estefania Jimenez
27:13
Calling in from Boise, Idaho!
Yara Chdid
27:21
Hello from Lebanon :)
Henia Dakkak
27:22
Hello from New York - Humanitarian Office
Virginia Zuco
27:28
Joining from Bologna, Italy!
Megan Leibensperger
27:30
Hello from Ohio!
Sarra Sfaxi
27:38
Hello from Tunisia !
Kent Page
27:39
Hello from @EduCannotWait in NYC!!
Elisabeth Sidabutar
27:43
Hello from Indonesia!
Dorthea Poppe Rasmussen
27:46
Hello from Denmark
Akiko Sakaue
27:47
Greetings from Khartoum! GBV Sub Sector Sudan
Helena Minchew
27:50
Hello from Washington, DC and the IRC!
Judy Phuong
27:54
Hello from Haiti :)
Toni-Anne Stewart
27:55
Nairobi!
Wanangwa Rachel Mganga
27:58
Hello from WHO African Regional Office, Brazzaville Congo
Mwongeli Makau
27:58
Hello, greetings from UNHCR Zimbabwe
Harriet Adong
27:59
Hello from Mozambique
Isabelle Assouan
28:00
Hello from Niger
Smruti Patel
28:02
from Switzerland
Monica Darer
28:05
Saludos from Panama!
Cathy Winnie Mavenjina
28:05
Hello, from UNHCR South Sudan
Nipaphun Torsound
28:06
Thailand but remotely work for Mozambique
Jihane Latrous
28:07
Hello from @EduCannotWait Geneva!
Emily Ausubel
28:08
Hello from Thailand!
Julie Lafreniere
28:09
Hello from Oxfam in Ottawa, Canada
Myint Myint Win
28:11
hello from Myanmar
Mary Kwanjana
28:16
Hello from UNHCR Malawi
Anella Vokes
28:17
Hello from London!
SOLANGE MBONIGABA
28:21
Solange Mbonigaba, Coordinating a movement of survivors of SGBV, Tearfund UK
Anna Reichenberg
28:23
Hello from IOM New York!
Tesfaselassie Desta
28:27
Hi every one, from Ethiopia- Peace and Development Center (PDC)
Milagritos Valderrama
28:29
Hola desde Lima-Perú/Hello from Perú
Anna Lise Domanski
28:36
Hello from Halifax, Canada
Farida Akhdache
28:48
Hello Farida Algeria
Louise O Shea
28:53
Greetings from IOM Geneva!
Hussein Wolle
28:57
Hello everyone, Hussein from Ethiopia
Fatima Al-Wahaidy
29:02
UNFPA Sudan! Good evening!
Clare Hollowell
29:09
Hello from IPPF!
Esther Sharara
29:14
Hello from Harare, Zimbabwe, ActionAid
Ms. Sarah Charles
29:15
Hello from Washington, what a wonderful group.
Allison Chandler
29:27
Good evening, from DRC Ethiopia!
Abdulrhman Ayesh Sanah
29:29
Arwa Alfaqih from Democracy School Org from Yemen.
Sunita Palekar Joergensen
29:36
Hello from Amman, UNICEF MENA Regional Office
Tesfaselassie Desta
29:38
Tesfaselassie Mezgebe
Aisha Ngonze
29:41
Aisha from UNHCR Dadaab
Åsa Forsgren
29:43
Greetings, this is Åsa Forsgren, UNFPA New York
Laurie Clifford
29:46
Hello from Canada!
Brianna Guidorzi
29:50
Hello everyone! I am Brianna - Policy Advisor for Women's Protection and Empowerment for the IRC. Delighted to be here!
Nimo
29:56
Hi everyone. This is Nimo Hassan, Somalia NGO Consortium. Greetings from Somalia!
Angela Pinto
30:01
Good morning, from the Mission of Portugal, NYC!
Ms. Nyaradzayi Gumbonzvanda
30:02
Greetings from Zimbabwe pleased to be here as Chair of Action Aid International and also Founding Chair of the Women's Coalition of Zimbabwe Humanitarian Cluster.
Chao WU
30:06
Good evening, Chao from UNHCR Myanmar
Solomon Bizuneh
30:07
Solomon Bizuneh, from Ethiopia Save the Children
Fred BAELE
30:12
Greetings from Dakar (DRC/WARO)
Martha KOW-DONKOR
30:23
Hello everyone. I am Martha Kow-Donkor, UNHCR Dadaab, Kenya
Amaia Lopez
30:23
Greetings from OCHA Panama!
Minna Hojland
30:47
Hello from Save the Children, Denmark
Karen Kotut
30:53
Karen Kotut UNHCR Kenya 🇰🇪Nairobi
Jennifere Chase
31:02
Hello everyone from the GBVAoR Geneva. Great to see so many WLOs on the panel.
Alice Becker-Jostes
31:04
Greetings from Caritas Danmark!
CHRISTINE APIO
31:13
Christine APIO, GBV AoR, East and Southern Africa Region
Stefanie Pruski
31:14
Bonsoir from DR Congo!
Tesfaselassie Desta
31:14
Greetings again, Tesfaselassie Mezgebe, Senior Program Manager at Peace and Development Center (PDC), Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Romina Istratii
31:30
Welcome everyone. Dr Romina Istratii, PI of Project dldl/ድልድል in Ethiopia, Eritrea and the UK. Very curious to hear today's sessions.
Fernanda Baumhardt-Grojean
31:36
Good afternoon from AAP OCHA Panama (we must unite forces - Protection, PSEA, GvB and AAP/CE!
Agnes Koome
31:56
Hello from UNFPA, Yola, Nigeria.
KIBERINKA AURORE
32:13
Good evening, This is Kiberinka Aurore from UNHCR, Rwanda!
Ana Araujo
32:59
Hello from this is Ana Araújo from UNFPA WCARO
Astrid Haaland (GBV AoR)
33:00
Hello from the GBV AoR Coordination team in Geneva
ZEINAB NADJI
33:02
Hello, Zeinab NADJI associe à la protection/SGBV UNHCR Mali
Henia Dakkak
33:02
From UNFPA welcoming all of you to this event and all women led organizations
mira cuturilo
34:10
Hello from UNFPA Humanitarian Office
Stefanie Pruski
34:16
This is Stef Pruski with Danish Refugee Council in D R Congo! Bonsoir :)
Elke Mayrhofer
34:17
Greetings from UNFPA Arab States Regional Office
Livia Canepa
34:56
Greetings from the Italian Agency for Development Cooperation!
April Pham
35:29
April Pham, Senior Gender Advisor, UN OCHA, sending you warm greetings to you all from New York City. Looking forward to moving from talk to action :)
Veronica Monoja
35:59
Good evening, this is Veronica Igale, UNwomen South Sudan
Mariana Gonzalez
36:19
Good morning from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mexico.
ZEINAB NADJI
36:30
Hello, Zeinab NADJI associe à la protection/SGBV UNHCR Mali
Mariana Gonzalez
36:47
Good morning from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mexico
SEGUETIO KONE
40:26
Hello, this is SEGUETIO, GBV Expert NORCAP/WP Niger
Alexina Mugwebi Rusere
40:48
Good evening from Zimbabwe- Alexina Rusere
SEGUETIO KONE
40:53
WFP
Stefanie Pruski
40:58
Bravo Fatima
Anastasia Papanastasiou
41:23
Hello, I am Tatiana Papanastasiou, GBV focal point for UNHCR Greece
diakite mamadi
41:33
MAMADI from UNAIDS HQ
Debla Lopez
41:52
Greetings from UNICEF LAC Regional office, Debla Lopez
Masumi Yamashina
42:09
Hello from Netherlands, Masumi Yamashina
Stefanie Pruski
42:44
What would be a better response than Case Management? Livelihoods maybe?
Doudou Akpess
42:46
GREETINGs from Protection Cluster Coordination in NWSW, Cameroon.
TETE LEBSONGA
43:10
Hello; TETE JESINTA- UNHCR/DRC Mission/ GBV/PSEA-AAP officer
Grace Ireri
43:34
Greetings All, Grace Ireri from ActionAid based in Nairobi.
SOLANGE MBONIGABA
47:42
Agree with Fatima. Women led organisations are still left out on institutional funding/support due to tougher and complicated financial expectations from most of the institutions. A need of flexibility on this matter to include all community based Organisations who are emerging, need more support than others
Bernadette Sene
48:33
Coordination UN Action Against Sexual Violence in Conflict, OSRSG-SVC, NY
SEGUETIO KONE
49:54
Fully agree with Solange
Romina Istratii
50:44
Thank you Mr Griffiths for drawing attention to Tigrayan women and girls and the sexual violence they have experienced in the recent conflict. We work with parterns in Tigray and have done our best to contribute to the humanitarian response. As you said, local communities and social actors were the first to respond, but especially the clergy of the dominant Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church, which has not been acknowledged as widely. We have advised, on the basis of long-term anthropological research in Tigray, the necessity to integrate all local social actors, including the clergy and women's groups, in psychosocial responses. Moreover, such responses need to consider complex trauma and respond to the conflict-related violence, as well provide more long-term, individual clinical support to address individual histories of trauma.
Tesfaselassie Desta
54:26
From Tesfaselassie, I fully agree with Fatima, and Mr. Martin for explaining about the voiceless girls and women in Tigray suffering from untold atrocities committed against them.
Doudou Akpess
58:14
Education actors and protection actors, health actors, legal actors should work altogether and provide education materials at school to prevent SGBV. Another priority of prevention is the Activities in the schools where many girls are still abused. Helpdesk, hotline, should be available in the school to support girls and boys and protect them from SGBV risks. UNHCR Protection Cluster Coordinator, Cameroon.
Najma Ahmed
59:05
i full support that this the time to take action against gender violence the conqueror our right
Bernadette Sene
01:00:39
Mrs. Samake is one of the strongest victims' advocate in Mali and in Africa
Rose Sarr
01:02:32
Indeed the social pressure to keep GBV issues under silence is a huge issue in many countries in West Africa
SEGUETIO KONE
01:02:43
Félicitations Mme Samaké et merci pour ces points très pertinents
SEGUETIO KONE
01:03:45
Il reste toujours un fort plaidoyer à tous les niveaux
Smruti Patel
01:03:50
Thank you Fatima for bringing these realities of women led organisations to this forum. More needs to be done to implement the commitments at country level to support women led organisations.
Fiona Quinn
01:05:39
Irish Aid Humanitarian Unit represented here by Fiona Quinn
Cathy Winnie Mavenjina
01:05:43
Yes Fatima did bring the harsh reality of what is happening for the WLOs. Thank you for sharing. I love the recommendations made and the commitment by all that will go a long step in moving us in the right direction.
Bernadette Sene
01:07:03
Great that she is raising the importance of data for targeted advocacy and adequate GBV prevention and response
Fatuma Hate Hate
01:07:58
Rohi Wodu Pastoralist Women's Development Organization has been operating in the Afar region of Ethiopia for the past 17 years. He has worked on Female Genital Mutilation (FGM), Health, Women's Empowerment, Education and HIV / AIDS. We are still interested in working with international organizations. Email Address rohiwedu@gmail.com
Smruti Patel
01:11:08
Agree, women’s work is not counted and captured.
Marie Sophie Pettersson
01:11:21
Very powerful points on the invisibility of the works by women led and women’s rights organisations and comparing it to unpaid care work! It needs to be valued, financed, amplified and supported
SEGUETIO KONE
01:11:56
Very true
Cathy Winnie Mavenjina
01:12:00
Well said
Leya Amonde Ouko Ouambo
01:12:12
Very well said indeed
Fabiola Ngeruka
01:13:36
Yes, Women must be heard, they go through several tragedies, for example as Ms. Bintou said, they are displaced, raped and rejected by their communities
SOLANGE MBONIGABA
01:13:45
I am crying from where I am sitting because Ms Gumbonzvanda you brought truth that I kept under carpet
Katia URTEAGA VILLANUEVA
01:13:55
Thank you for your powerful and clear message, Ms Gumbonzvanda
Cathy Winnie Mavenjina
01:14:05
Child marriage is indeed ongoing and is so tragic. We need to do more.
Randy Warner
01:14:24
Very well said!
Brian Nyamache
01:14:29
👏
Prudence Chaiban
01:14:38
Thank you so much Nyaradzayi, phenomenal
Laurie Clifford
01:14:38
Excellent!
SOLANGE MBONIGABA
01:14:40
Well done, sister
Fernanda Baumhardt-Grojean
01:14:43
Thank you, we are all hurting.
Elisabeth Sidabutar
01:14:46
Thank you for our powerful message Ms Gumbonzvanda!
Elisabeth Sidabutar
01:14:53
your
mira cuturilo
01:15:00
Incredible message. Lets stop sanitizing.
Esther Sharara
01:15:01
Thank you Ms Gumbonzvanda for your clarity and powerful message!
Alexina Mugwebi Rusere
01:15:10
Thank you so much Nyaradzayi, well said and from the heart.
Harriet Adong
01:15:16
Wonderful Presentation. This is well noted!
Leya Amonde Ouko Ouambo
01:15:17
Stop sanitizing rape to girls and calling it child marriage - this should be twitted over and over
SOLANGE MBONIGABA
01:15:43
Yes @Leya
Cathy Winnie Mavenjina
01:15:49
Thank you Mme Samake and Ms. Gumbonzvanda for the powerful message
Nipaphun Torsound
01:16:13
Can you hear ?
Adamu Hamman
01:17:13
Powerful presentation Ms. Gumbonzvanda
Nipaphun Torsound
01:18:10
Ok! Problem solve
SOLANGE MBONIGABA
01:20:16
Localisation!!! well said Filippo
Leya Amonde Ouko Ouambo
01:20:19
Covid as an accelerator of localization@Indeed HC - we have to leverage on it to strengthen women led organizations
Leya Amonde Ouko Ouambo
01:21:28
@mandatory share for women led, refugee led community organizations
SEGUETIO KONE
01:21:38
Great! Dear Fillipo
Cathy Winnie Mavenjina
01:21:41
Well said, if there was mandatory sharing of pooled funds it would go a long way. Well said.
Ms. Fatima Imam
01:21:54
But even during Covid funds were channeled to traditional recipients I,e UN and INGOs
Wihad Wiess
01:22:07
This is very practical, and well said
Tesfaselassie Desta
01:22:28
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Jennifere Chase
01:22:42
We need to work with WLO as partners rather than as implementing partners...decision makers and recognizing the leadership. We are advocating for this and trying to get rid of obstacles
Tesfaselassie Desta
01:22:55
Thank you sir for being very informative.
Leya Amonde Ouko Ouambo
01:23:11
Agree totally Jennifere Chase
Karen Kotut
01:23:11
Well put our High Commissioner. WLO funding ought to be substantial, rapid and flexible with less admin processes.
Fernanda Baumhardt-Grojean
01:23:12
Localization 5.0: WLO co-leading clusters.
Alexina Mugwebi Rusere
01:24:05
50 percent of GBV Coordination to be women led organisation , I can not agree with you more. You have hit the nail on the head. What we need now is action
CHRISTINE APIO
01:24:08
Totally agree@Jennifer Chase, partnership with WLOs need to be redefined.
Smruti Patel
01:24:33
Donors can do a lot to look at their own processes. Here is what donors can do https://www.gmentor.org/new-blog/2021/4/19/how-donors-can-promote-equitable-partnerships
Leya Amonde Ouko Ouambo
01:24:40
Karen Kotut great point and we need to support the WLO and build their capacity to mitigate the administrative obstacles
Smruti Patel
01:24:44
https://www.gmentor.org/new-blog/2021/4/19/how-donors-can-promote-equitable-partnerships
Smruti Patel
01:25:03
Here is what donors can do.
Doudou Akpess
01:25:27
Very very true as said by UNHCR High commissioner. Frontline responders, community women led organization, refugee organization should be funded to help more and more results on the ground. results oriented planning in funding should be prioritized.
Najma Ahmed
01:29:41
this time we need to move to demonstrate act to prevent further abuses toward womens
Zeynab Hassen
01:32:11
during prevention GBv protection should consider safety shelter,sanitation,food and other related women d girl issue therefore during conflict,war and natural disaster should consider safety from gbv violence they are one always vulnerable I encourage women led organization should be frontline
Marie Sophie Pettersson
01:32:37
The Women Peace and Humanitarian Fund is a great pooled fund for WLOs and WROs which should be expanded further
Leya Amonde Ouko Ouambo
01:33:08
Rethink criteria for selecting implementing partners
Zeynab Hassen
01:34:08
women led organization there is barrier fund approtunity and access
Christine Heckman
01:34:32
https://voiceamplified.org/report-summary/
Cathy Winnie Mavenjina
01:34:48
Thank you for sharing
Fatuma Hate Hate
01:43:18
And Again we work on violence against women and our organisation is very effective because it is led by women Rohiwedu pastoral women development org
Zeynab Hassen
01:44:34
gbv is effected the lives of women and girls for example Fgmone of our challenges although we take action against gbv but inclusion of women and girls is crucial survivor should be addressed their needsestablishment gbv friendly centers ,should endorse strategy towards protection on women and girls
Najma Ahmed
01:46:12
I agree with madam zeynab well said
SEGUETIO KONE
01:46:30
True
Clarisse Ntampaka
01:49:17
👏alla interventions are so interesting
Alexina Mugwebi Rusere
01:51:25
Thank you Yasmine, we need to walk the talk. Deeds not Words should be our Motto
Mrs. Yasmine Sherif
01:52:10
Thank you Alexina.
Fatuma Hate Hate
01:52:35
We are still working on humanitarian assistance in Ethiopia email address: rohiwedu@gmail.com
Zeynab Hassen
01:55:23
our organization mother and child development organization working gbv remote area established different committees like government, community leader women,girls clubs, boys clubs in order to overcomer the problem gbv and encourage women to stand their right to establish and provide women IGA to enable to send their children school
Sarra Sfaxi
01:56:36
More information on The Women’s Peace and Humanitarian Fund is available on: https://wphfund.org
Najma Ahmed
01:57:06
Great
Fatuma Hate Hate
01:59:01
Rohi weddu is local woman led organisations Rohiwedu means saving life in Afar language
Najma Ahmed
02:01:36
I SALUTE UP TO ALL WOMEN WHO ARE WORKS TO WOMEN RIGHTS BC WE STAND TOGETHER
Jennifere Chase
02:01:49
Thank you USA for supporting this co-leadership
Zeynab Hassen
02:04:13
still we MCDO working humanitarian issues like nutrition,protection,sanitation ,gbv and water. MCDO is local organization led by women working in Ethiopia pastI fully support who always working gbv and other issue related women and girlsmotherandchild97@gmail.com
Zeynab Hassen
02:07:07
MCDO working now and we are active
Debla Lopez
02:09:42
The Haiti earthquake has impacted a country who has affected by other multiple crisis. The GBV situation is widespread and women's and girls organisations have been severely affected. Need attention for all the humanitarian community!
Christine Heckman
02:15:47
Thank you all for this rich conversation! Also just wanted to flag that VOICE and UNICEF are getting ready to release a partnership assessment tool written by representatives of local women’s organisations from around the world. It contains practical advice for donors, UN agencies, etc. on how they do better in upholding the responsibility to mutually-supportive partnerships. More soon!
April Pham
02:17:09
It's been extremely humbling to hear the frank and powerful voices of our women leaders from Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Zimbawe, Mali and Nigeria calling for UN and member states to FUND more RESPECT and VALUE more and PARTNER with more. I call on everyone to hold all the member states and entities here to account for the commitments made. Let's talk less, and Do MORE.
Deekshita Ramanarayanan
02:19:08
I missed the first part of this event due to a conflicting meeting- can you please let me know when the recording will be available to view? Thank you!
Ms. Muktasree Chakma.SPaRC.Bangladesh
02:20:02
I recommend international actors to find out ways to share the power that they hold with as many local actors as possible. Find out ways so that international actors support is not concentrated to those handful local organisations who have the capacity and privilege to be the partner of international actors.Consider that many local actors working on the ground might not have the registration, all the documents that international actors ask for for being a formal partner with them. I want to emphasise that many local actors do not get the legal identity even after applying for such identity. Particularly those who work in conflict area. Also those who are working on types of GBV that are sensitive in their local context. For instance : Abortion, Right to choose partner, sexual rights .
Ms. Muktasree Chakma.SPaRC.Bangladesh
02:20:07
As a person from Bangladesh and from a minority background , I will conclude saying that measuring the success of the local actors based on western standard and expectation is not something can be called localising.Decolonising the thought, decolonising the design of project, decolonising the way of access is a must . For instance : Many local actors especially women and girl led organisations working at the grass root level, conflict and crisis situations might not have the capacity to understand, write , speak English . It is important that international actors are aware of these systematic colonalised practices while they work on localising GBV or any issues. make sure money and other supports goes to those local actors who are shifting the mountain on the ground but do not fit the so called eligibility criteria to be a partner of international actors.
Ms. Nyaradzayi Gumbonzvanda
02:20:28
Thank you so much.
Jennifere Chase
02:20:30
Echoing April, very inspirational
Fatuma Hate Hate
02:20:39
Thank you
SEGUETIO KONE
02:20:40
THANK YOU
Brianna Guidorzi
02:20:43
Many thanks to Dorcas and all the speakers.