ORSZCA Launch Event – 19-Jan-22

ORSZCA was launched on 19-Jan-22 in collaboration with the Child Health Task Force. A full recording of the event is available here.

Below the event has been split into its component parts for easier access with key points and transcripts provided in French and English.

Introduction

The launch was introduced by our hosts, the Child Health Task Force, and the ORSZCA Co-chair, Dr Morseda Chowdhury outlined the agenda and introduced our first speaker, Professor Robert Black.

Speakers

Professor Robert Black
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Prof Black explains the history of ORS and Zinc and the significance of the new co-packaging recommendation
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Dr Tahmeed Ahmed
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Dr Ahmed outlined his experience, from joining icddr,b as a junior doctor, to today’s new opportunities for co-packaged ORS and Zinc
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Dr Om Prakash Singh
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Dr Singh outlined the key findings from the Save the Children (India) Stop Diarrhoea Initiative which promoted the use of co-packaged ORS and Zinc
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Panelist discussion

Led by Dr Alison Morgan (GFF), Audrey Battu (CHAI)
and Malia Boggs (USAID)

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In this session our panelists responded to, and re-engaged the speakers, and added their experience and organisation’s role in fighting diarrhoeal disease.
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ORSZCA Work Plan

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Samy Ahmar, ORSZCA Co-chair presents an overview of the ORSZCA Work Plan.
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>> Résumé

Question & Answer session

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The ORSZCA Launch question and answer session.
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Making co-packaged ORS and Zinc the "go to" treatment for childhood diarrhoea

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