Afri-Dev.Info Emergency Public Policy Brief: For National Assembly Meeting on Ebola In Nigeria – & 21 Preliminary Public Interest Questions

Afri-Dev.Info Emergency Public Policy Brief: For National Assembly Meeting on Ebola In Nigeria – & 21 Preliminary Public Interest Questions Headlines: Afri-Dev Welcomes Nigerian House Of Representatives   Special Meeting On Ebola Scheduled For Monday September 15 2014. Enumerates 21 Preliminary Public Interest Questions – Calls For Meeting Agenda To Go Beyond Education Ministers Announcement On Premature School Resumption For September 22; & Also Discuss Improving Health Systems Capacity; Overall Disaster Response Preparedness & Planning. Calls For Key Committees To Join Education Committee In Joint Sitting Especially: Health; Emergency & Disaster Preparedness; Planning; States & Local Govt Committees – To Take Evidence From Key Health, Education, Population & Disaster Response Stakeholders. To Ensure Sustainable & Credible Outcomes – Calls On National Assembly To Extend Sittings & Invite Multisectoral Expert Evidence From: World Health Organisation (WHO); UNICEF; Doctors Without Borders (MSF); US Center for Disease Control (CDC); Nigerian Medical Association; Association of Nurses & Midwives; Red Cross & Crescent; Union of Teachers; Academic Staff Unions of Universities & Polytechnics; UNAIDS; UNESCO; UNFPA; UNHCR; UN Women; World Food Program (WFP); Etc. Calls For Media To Observe Hearings. Contribute to Public Policy: Join the discussion – #EbolaInNigeria & #22SeptTenDaysToSaveNigerianSchools&Children? Highlights: 21 Public Interest Questions On Ebola ResponseEducation Sector Concerns1. Given the still evolving understanding of Ebola outbreaks in high density urban centers (& the ongoing situation in Liberia & Sierra Leone) – Is it safe to re-open schools on 22 September – before 21 day surveillance of ALL suspected Ebola cases is completed? 2. Why has the Nigerian Education Ministry decided it is not Prudent To Wait For Two Full Incubation Periods... read more

Afri-Dev.Info Emergency Public Policy Brief: For National Assembly Meeting on Ebola In Nigeria – & 21 Preliminary Public Interest Questions

Headlines: Afri-Dev Welcomes Nigerian House Of Representatives   Special Meeting On Ebola Scheduled For Monday September 15 2014. Enumerates 21 Preliminary Public Interest Questions – Calls For Meeting Agenda To Go Beyond Education Ministers Announcement On Premature School Resumption For September 22; & Also Discuss Improving Health Systems Capacity; Overall Disaster Response Preparedness & Planning. Calls For Key Committees To Join Education Committee In Joint Sitting Especially: Health; Emergency & Disaster Preparedness; Planning; States & Local Govt Committees – To Take Evidence From Key Health, Education, Population & Disaster Response Stakeholders. To Ensure Sustainable & Credible Outcomes – Calls On National Assembly To Extend Sittings & Invite Multisectoral Expert Evidence From: World Health Organisation (WHO); UNICEF; Doctors Without Borders (MSF); US Center for Disease Control (CDC); Nigerian Medical Association; Association of Nurses & Midwives; Red Cross & Crescent; Union of Teachers; Academic Staff Unions of Universities & Polytechnics; UNAIDS; UNESCO; UNFPA; UNHCR; UN Women; World Food Program (WFP); Etc. Calls For Media To Observe Hearings. Contribute to Public Policy: Join the discussion – #EbolaInNigeria & #22SeptTenDaysToSaveNigerianSchools&Children? Highlights: 21 Public Interest Questions On Ebola ResponseEducation Sector Concerns1. Given the still evolving understanding of Ebola outbreaks in high density urban centers (& the ongoing situation in Liberia & Sierra Leone) – Is it safe to re-open schools on 22 September – before 21 day surveillance of ALL suspected Ebola cases is completed?2. Why has the Nigerian Education Ministry decided it is not Prudent To Wait For Two Full Incubation Periods (21 Days X 2 / 42 Days) Of Ebola Free Period – i.e. The global health standard and protocol for declaring... read more

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