Week 1 & 2 NGO Observers Daily Briefing Meeting
Middle East NGO Observers
State of Palestine
Europe NGO Observers
Founders & Co-Founder NGO Observers Designated National Focal Point
AFRICA NGO OBSERVERS
Week I Side Events
Title “Nurses can be in charge and lead the responsibility for significantly improving society’s
response to climate change and promoting strategies for a healthy future”
TIME: 12PM US/Canada 7PM Romania DATE: November 12th, 2022 Zoom ID: 858 9227 8082 Passcode: 928716
“WHO defined environmental health as the section of human health determined by physical,
chemical, biological and psychosocial factors in the environment. Is a concept of public health
that focuses on promoting the well-being and health of human when interacting with the
environment, and in the monitoring or mitigating the environmental factors that badly affect
human health and disease."
Moderator: Dr. Ahmed Nigim ENT Specialist Doctor UNICEF HIV/AIDS Peer Educator,UN Representative to the Office of Geneva at HCRFF CHAIR UNGMP
Esraa Zahran Abdallah.RN MSN Jordan
Mohammad Khader Jaber. RN BSN Jordan
Fatima Naser Farhan.Researcher in Bioinformatics. Jordan
UNFCCC Civil Society Side Events
“Climate change continues its growing impact on the African continent, hitting the most vulnerable the hardest and contributing to a number of factors including food insecurity, gender gap in rural areas, population displacement, stress on water resources and soil degradation In-Person November 9, 2022 Time 16:45—18:15 Room 8 (150) Blue Zone
Tree planting remain rural area best effort to combat climate change . A presentation of a series of short films documenting the impacts of climate change on Ghana as reported by local youth.
The Ghana Youth Video Program is a research project out of the History Department at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, and funded by Canada’s Social Science and Humanities Research Council. This program focuses on young filmmakers and the climate impacts on various communities of Ghana. In this program, 12 youth aged between 18 and 30 participated in making documentary short films between three and five minutes. A one-day workshop conducted virtually provided technical training for producing films according to the preferred style of the UNFCCC's Youth Climate Report, a digital database of almost 700 films made by youth around the world. Participants were given approximately two months to work on their projects while consulting with project co-leads Jeff Grischow, a professor of African History, Magnus Mfoafo-M’Carthy, a professor of social work, and Mark Terry, a professor of documentary film, all at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Canada.
The completed films are:
• The Rise in Sea Level as a Result of Climate Change in Coastal Communities in Ghana: An examination of recent flooding resulting from rising sea levels in coastal communities;
• The Impact of Climate Change on Rural and Agricultural Communities: An examination of the negative impacts of climate change to Ghana’s farming communities;
• The Fight against Poseidon: An examination of the socio-economic impacts of erosion and flooding to Ghana’s coastal communities due to rising sea levels;
• Urban Action towards Climate Change: An examination of how the government of the capital city of Accra is responding to the impacts of climate change;
• Our Dying Oasis: An examination of extreme heat and drought conditions in Ghana.
• Climate Change to Agriculture to My Community: An examination of the impacts of climate change to Ghana’s farming communities;
• Effects of Climate Change on Rural and Agricultural Areas: An examination of the impacts of climate change from the perspective of local farmers;
• The Surge: An examination of how rising sea levels and string winds are combining to flood the city of Keta in Ghana.
• Green Zongo: An examination of how climate migration is placing new stresses on urban environments.
• Smart Farmers: An examination of new adaptation techniques being developed by farmers to cope with climate change impacts.
• Climate Impact in Anyamam: An examination of the impacts of climate change in Anyamam.
• Impacts of Climate Change on Rural and Agricultural Areas: An examination of the negative impacts of climate change on Ghana’s rural and agricultural areas.
Moderator: Kabine Doumbia Founder ASRAD Introduction of Africa Climate Change 10minutes
Special Guest Hon. Modibo Kone Ministre de l'Environnement et du Développement Durable Mali 10 Minutes
Introduction 1 minute
Topic:Beyond Neem Tree Planting for Climate Change: Bridging Gender Gap in Rural Areas
Mr. Umar Saleh Anka Founder of CERD & Aisha Adamu Abdullahihi Founder UMMINRASHIDA CARE FOUNDATION URCF-NIG 25 Minutes
Introduction 1 minute
Topic: Ghana Youth Climate Change Film Presentation 30 Minutes
Dr. Mark Terry Executive Director Youth Climate Report & Magnus Mfoafo-McCarthy
Title " Plastics Circular Economy "
TIME: 11:30AM 2PM CAIRO DATE: November 7, 2022 ID: 848 2566 6175 Passcode: 397850
Plastics circular economy means providing value of plastics in the economy. It means creating price for any category of plastics rather than being used once and then discarded.
Prasad Bonam, India Youth For Society, India
Zuhair Ahmed Kowshik, Consultant, Earth Day, Bangladesh
Pierrette J Cazeau MBA, MHA, Health Expert, Designated National Focal Point to UNFCCC, President & Founder HCRFF USA
Appala Reddy Yendreddi President India Youth Society India
Week 2 Side Events
Title: “Environmental health and Otorhinolaryngology diseases”
TIME: 9:30am 2PM Cairo DATE: 11 November Zoom : 869 4451 7051 Passcode: 242587
"Many human diseases have developed in relation to a lot of environmental factors. Various otorhinolaryngology diseases are affected by both chemical and physical environmental pollutants. "
Moderator: Ms. Berci Cristina Izabella Project and Change Manager, Biochemical Engineer.
Dr. Ahmed H H Nigim Palestine
ENT Specialist Doctor
Dr. Ahmad Albyyari Jordan
ENT Senior Resident Doctor
Title " Does environmental pollution affect our mental health and wellbeing?
TIME: 11:30AM 2PM CAIRO DATE: November 15, 2022 ID: ID: 833 9651 4269 Passcode 234508
The major goal of the side event is to raise awareness about the negative impact of pollutants on
mental health and well-being additionally, we will discuss mental health aspects, identify the main
forms of pollution, review the main mental health disorders that result from pollutant factors, and
suggest strategies to limit pollution and enhance our mental health positively.
Moderator: Dr. Ahmed Nigim ENT Specialist Doctor UNICEF HIV/AIDS Peer Educator, UN Representative to the Office of Geneva at HCRFF CHAIR UNGMP Palestine
Dr. Nagham Anbar, Researcher at Individual differences and legal psychology lab, Psychology
Department, Babes Bolyai University, Palestine
Ms. Berci Cristina Izabella Hungary
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