Open Thread, Wednesday 1 October 2014

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  1. What A Hoot says:

    Get to know Patient Zero’s sister. http://wtpotus.wordpress.com/2014/09/26/brave-new-world-of-three-parent-children/comment-page-2/#comment-159322

    Leza | October 2, 2014 at 5:03 am | Reply
    EBOLA-USA-#1 confirmed by his sister
    Mai Wureh.

    Mai Wureh is Thomas Eric Duncan’s sister?

    Miri I have come across this name Wureh in past research. I had too go through my notes too find it, but I did find it. There is a possible connection here…one of those connections that definitely draw’s a big hmmm… What do you think? I thought too much of a coincidence too not at least post the name coincidence and connection too the name.

    The Name – Cllr. Yvette Chesson-Wureh

    Angie Brooks International Centre

    Our Team

    Cllr. Yvette Chesson-Wureh is the Establishment Coordinator of the Angie Brooks International Centre (ABIC) for Women’s Empowerment, Leadership Development, International Peace and Security. Cllr. Chesson-Wureh is known to lead the major advocacy group of Liberians in the Diaspora “Liberians United for Peace and Democracy” during the Liberian civil war.

    This group started a massive movement of professional Liberians across the United States to stop the war in Liberia by influencing the U.S. government, ECOWAS, and the UN.

    An advocate and a champion of women’s rights and gender equality, Cllr. Chesson-Wureh was the Manager of the International Women’s Colloquium, the largest gathering of women leaders in the world, which was co-convened by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf of Liberia and President Tarja Halonen of Finland.

    Cllr. Chesson-Wureh is a lawyer by profession who obtained a Juris doctorate law degree with honours from the North Carolina Central University (NCCU) School of Law. She is a recipient of several awards and certification. She is a Counsellor-at-law, member of several bars including the United States Supreme Court Bar and professional associations such as the Association of Female Lawyers of Liberia (AFELL).

    Additionally, Cllr. Yvette Chesson-Wureh is a member of the Republic of Liberia Board of Tax Appeals, and also serves on the Board of Directors of the Association of Female Lawyers of Liberia (AFELL). Most recently she was appointed by Isis-WICCE as the new International Board President.

    http://www.angiebrookscentre.com/about-abic/our-people/our-team/

    From above –

    Cllr. Yvette Chesson-Wureh – Most recently she was appointed by Isis-WICCE as the new International Board President.

    Brief History – Isis-Womens International Cross Cultural Exchange

    Brief History

    From Mexico to Beijing and New York, Isis-Women’s International Cross-Cultural Exchange (Isis-WICCE) still carries on the vision of its founders Jane Cottingham and Marilee Karl of communicating ideas, creating solidarity networks and sharing information to overcome gender inequalities. Founded in 1974 in Geneva, Switzerland as an action oriented women’s resource centre to meet the need for information by women from various regions of the world, Isis-WICCE has three main programmes: The Exchange Programme, Information and Documentation Programme and the Publication Programme.

    Isis Goddess
    The organisation is named after the ancient Egyptian goddess ISIS who symbolises Wisdom, Creativity and Knowledge. Founders Jane Cottingham and Marilee Karl

    The move to Africa
    Isis-WICCE relocated to Kampala, Uganda at the end of 1993 with an objective of tapping African women’s ideas, views and problems and share the information with women at the international level. Since the move to Kampala, Isis-WICCE started National-and regional level programmes to facilitate the flow of information from Uganda to other parts of Africa and the rest of the world, and to contribute towards the strengthening of the Uganda and African women’s movement.

    http://www.isis.or.ug/about-us/brief-history/

    Recap –

    Cllr. Yvette Chesson-Wureh – Most recently she was appointed by Isis-WICCE as the new International Board President.

    Jane Cottingham was one of the two founders of Isis-WICCE which Cllr. Yvette Chesson-Wureh was appointed as the new International Board President.

    WHO – World Health Organization

    Jane Cottingham

    Using human rights to improve maternal and neonatal health: history, connections and a proposed practical approach

    Sofia Gruskin a, Jane Cottingham b, Adriane Martin Hilber c, Eszter Kismodi b, Ornella Lincetto b, Mindy Jane Roseman d
    Bulletin of the World Health Organization Volume 86, Number 8, August 2008

    “……We describe the historical development of how maternal and neonatal mortality in the developing world came to be seen as a public-health concern, a human rights concern, and ultimately as both, leading to the development of approaches using human rights concepts and methods to advance maternal and neonatal health. We describe the different contributions of the international community, women’s health advocates and human rights activists.

    We briefly present a recent effort, developed by WHO with the Harvard Program on International Health and Human Rights, that applies a human rights framework to reinforce current efforts to reduce maternal and neonatal mortality…..”

    http://www.who.int/entity/pmnch/topics/maternal/usinghumanrights/en/

    Relatives, Political influences, just happened too “maybe” get Thomas Eric Duncan past security measures (or not) and too Dallas, TX??

    Hmmmmmm……………

  2. What A Hoot says:

    Get to know Patient Zero’s sister. http://wtpotus.wordpress.com/2014/09/26/brave-new-world-of-three-parent-children/comment-page-2/#comment-159322

    Leza | October 2, 2014 at 5:03 am | Reply
    EBOLA-USA-#1 confirmed by his sister
    Mai Wureh.

    Mai Wureh is Thomas Eric Duncan’s sister?

    Miri I have come across this name Wureh in past research. I had too go through my notes too find it, but I did find it. There is a possible connection here…one of those connections that definitely draw’s a big hmmm… What do you think? I thought too much of a coincidence too not at least post the name coincidence and connection too the name.

    The Name – Cllr. Yvette Chesson-Wureh

    Angie Brooks International Centre

    Our Team

    Cllr. Yvette Chesson-Wureh is the Establishment Coordinator of the Angie Brooks International Centre (ABIC) for Women’s Empowerment, Leadership Development, International Peace and Security. Cllr. Chesson-Wureh is known to lead the major advocacy group of Liberians in the Diaspora “Liberians United for Peace and Democracy” during the Liberian civil war.

    This group started a massive movement of professional Liberians across the United States to stop the war in Liberia by influencing the U.S. government, ECOWAS, and the UN.

    An advocate and a champion of women’s rights and gender equality, Cllr. Chesson-Wureh was the Manager of the International Women’s Colloquium, the largest gathering of women leaders in the world, which was co-convened by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf of Liberia and President Tarja Halonen of Finland.

    Cllr. Chesson-Wureh is a lawyer by profession who obtained a Juris doctorate law degree with honours from the North Carolina Central University (NCCU) School of Law. She is a recipient of several awards and certification. She is a Counsellor-at-law, member of several bars including the United States Supreme Court Bar and professional associations such as the Association of Female Lawyers of Liberia (AFELL).

    Additionally, Cllr. Yvette Chesson-Wureh is a member of the Republic of Liberia Board of Tax Appeals, and also serves on the Board of Directors of the Association of Female Lawyers of Liberia (AFELL). Most recently she was appointed by Isis-WICCE as the new International Board President.

    http://www.angiebrookscentre.com/about-abic/our-people/our-team

    From above –

    Cllr. Yvette Chesson-Wureh – Most recently she was appointed by Isis-WICCE as the new International Board President.

    Brief History – Isis-Womens International Cross Cultural Exchange

    Brief History

    From Mexico to Beijing and New York, Isis-Women’s International Cross-Cultural Exchange (Isis-WICCE) still carries on the vision of its founders Jane Cottingham and Marilee Karl of communicating ideas, creating solidarity networks and sharing information to overcome gender inequalities. Founded in 1974 in Geneva, Switzerland as an action oriented women’s resource centre to meet the need for information by women from various regions of the world, Isis-WICCE has three main programmes: The Exchange Programme, Information and Documentation Programme and the Publication Programme.

    Isis Goddess
    The organisation is named after the ancient Egyptian goddess ISIS who symbolises Wisdom, Creativity and Knowledge. Founders Jane Cottingham and Marilee Karl

    The move to Africa
    Isis-WICCE relocated to Kampala, Uganda at the end of 1993 with an objective of tapping African women’s ideas, views and problems and share the information with women at the international level. Since the move to Kampala, Isis-WICCE started National-and regional level programmes to facilitate the flow of information from Uganda to other parts of Africa and the rest of the world, and to contribute towards the strengthening of the Uganda and African women’s movement.

    http://www.isis.or.ug/about-us/brief-history/

    Recap –

    Cllr. Yvette Chesson-Wureh – Most recently she was appointed by Isis-WICCE as the new International Board President.

    Jane Cottingham was one of the two founders of Isis-WICCE which Cllr. Yvette Chesson-Wureh was appointed as the new International Board President.

    WHO – World Health Organization

    Jane Cottingham

    Using human rights to improve maternal and neonatal health: history, connections and a proposed practical approach

    Sofia Gruskin a, Jane Cottingham b, Adriane Martin Hilber c, Eszter Kismodi b, Ornella Lincetto b, Mindy Jane Roseman d
    Bulletin of the World Health Organization Volume 86, Number 8, August 2008

    “……We describe the historical development of how maternal and neonatal mortality in the developing world came to be seen as a public-health concern, a human rights concern, and ultimately as both, leading to the development of approaches using human rights concepts and methods to advance maternal and neonatal health. We describe the different contributions of the international community, women’s health advocates and human rights activists.

    We briefly present a recent effort, developed by WHO with the Harvard Program on International Health and Human Rights, that applies a human rights framework to reinforce current efforts to reduce maternal and neonatal mortality…..”

    http://www.who.int/entity/pmnch/topics/maternal/usinghumanrights/en/

    Relatives, Political influences, just happened too “maybe” get Thomas Eric Duncan past security measures (or not) and too Dallas, TX??

    Hmmmmmm……………

  3. What A Hoot says:

    Testing. (Tried to post something and would not take so want to see if content being screened or I cannot comment here)

    • What A Hoot says:

      Ok, it is content. I will try to do this in sections and leave off the (/) at end of links to see if that helps. Also spaced the sister’s name out.

      Patient Zero has an interesting sister which may answer the question as to why he was able to get here so easily. His connections are not the third-world neighbors he was supposedly living with.

      http://wtpotus.wordpress.com/2014/09/26/brave-new-world-of-three-parent-children/comment-page-2/#comment-159322

      EBOLA-USA-#1 confirmed by his sister
      Mai Wureh.

      Mai Wureh is Thomas Eric Duncan’s sister?

      Miri I have come across this name Wureh in past research. I had too go through my notes too find it, but I did find it. There is a possible connection here…one of those connections that definitely draw’s a big hmmm… What do you think? I thought too much of a coincidence too not at least post the name coincidence and connection too the name.

      The Name – Cllr. Yvette Chesson-Wureh

      Angie Brooks International Centre

      Our Team

      Cllr. Yvette Chesson-Wureh is the Establishment Coordinator of the Angie Brooks International Centre (ABIC) for Women’s Empowerment, Leadership Development, International Peace and Security. Cllr. Chesson-Wureh is known to lead the major advocacy group of Liberians in the Diaspora “Liberians United for Peace and Democracy” during the Liberian civil war.

      This group started a massive movement of professional Liberians across the United States to stop the war in Liberia by influencing the U.S. government, ECOWAS, and the UN.

      An advocate and a champion of women’s rights and gender equality, Cllr. Chesson-Wureh was the Manager of the International Women’s Colloquium, the largest gathering of women leaders in the world, which was co-convened by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf of Liberia and President Tarja Halonen of Finland.

      Cllr. Chesson-Wureh is a lawyer by profession who obtained a Juris doctorate law degree with honours from the North Carolina Central University (NCCU) School of Law. She is a recipient of several awards and certification. She is a Counsellor-at-law, member of several bars including the United States Supreme Court Bar and professional associations such as the Association of Female Lawyers of Liberia (AFELL).

      Additionally, Cllr. Yvette Chesson-Wureh is a member of the Republic of Liberia Board of Tax Appeals, and also serves on the Board of Directors of the Association of Female Lawyers of Liberia (AFELL). Most recently she was appointed by Isis-WICCE as the new International Board President.

      http://www.angiebrookscentre.com/about-abic/our-people/our-team/

      • What A Hoot says:

        From above –

        Cllr. Yvette Chesson-Wureh – Most recently she was appointed by Isis-WICCE as the new International Board President.

        Brief History – Isis-Womens International Cross Cultural Exchange

        Brief History

        From Mexico to Beijing and New York, Isis-Women’s International Cross-Cultural Exchange (Isis-WICCE) still carries on the vision of its founders Jane Cottingham and Marilee Karl of communicating ideas, creating solidarity networks and sharing information to overcome gender inequalities. Founded in 1974 in Geneva, Switzerland as an action oriented women’s resource centre to meet the need for information by women from various regions of the world, Isis-WICCE has three main programmes: The Exchange Programme, Information and Documentation Programme and the Publication Programme.

        Isis Goddess
        The organisation is named after the ancient Egyptian goddess ISIS who symbolises Wisdom, Creativity and Knowledge. Founders Jane Cottingham and Marilee Karl

        The move to Africa
        Isis-WICCE relocated to Kampala, Uganda at the end of 1993 with an objective of tapping African women’s ideas, views and problems and share the information with women at the international level. Since the move to Kampala, Isis-WICCE started National-and regional level programmes to facilitate the flow of information from Uganda to other parts of Africa and the rest of the world, and to contribute towards the strengthening of the Uganda and African women’s movement.

        http://www.isis.or.ug/about-us/brief-history/

        Recap –

        Cllr. Yvette Chesson-Wureh – Most recently she was appointed by Isis-WICCE as the new International Board President.

        Jane Cottingham was one of the two founders of Isis-WICCE which Cllr. Yvette Chesson-Wureh was appointed as the new International Board President.

        WHO – World Health Organization

        Jane Cottingham

        Using human rights to improve maternal and neonatal health: history, connections and a proposed practical approach

        Sofia Gruskin a, Jane Cottingham b, Adriane Martin Hilber c, Eszter Kismodi b, Ornella Lincetto b, Mindy Jane Roseman d
        Bulletin of the World Health Organization Volume 86, Number 8, August 2008

        “……We describe the historical development of how maternal and neonatal mortality in the developing world came to be seen as a public-health concern, a human rights concern, and ultimately as both, leading to the development of approaches using human rights concepts and methods to advance maternal and neonatal health. We describe the different contributions of the international community, women’s health advocates and human rights activists.

        We briefly present a recent effort, developed by WHO with the Harvard Program on International Health and Human Rights, that applies a human rights framework to reinforce current efforts to reduce maternal and neonatal mortality…..”

        http://www.who.int/entity/pmnch/topics/maternal/usinghumanrights/en/

      • What A Hoot says:

        Relatives, Political influences, just happened too “maybe” get Thomas Eric Duncan past security measures (or not) and too Dallas, TX??

        Hmmmmmm……………

        End of comment.

      • Is patient zero even a US Citizen? Your point has some merit to it.

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