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2006.11.16
There is not much left of this village. This is Ghorisadan. It is tucked away in a hidden valley in Pakistan-controlled Kashmir and conditions are poor. Since the October earthquake devastated the region, people have been managing with very little. Gulhab is a grandfather to 15 children. He once had four houses for his extended family. Now he has nothing. But the family has been so focused on survival; they have not had time to come to terms with the personal tragedy. Soundbite: Gulhab (in Urdu) Grandfather "Things have been very difficult. Some of our children were injured – and some died. Then right after the earthquake it rained and we didn’t know what to do. The hardships of living outdoors in winter means people are more likely to fall sick. They certainly don’t have the resources to maintain basic standards of health and hygiene." One of the things Gulhab and his family need most is care. UNICEF, along with local implementing partner, the National Rural Support Programme, is sending female healthcare teams into Ghorisadan. These women have been sent to Islamabad for special training in health issues. Now they can offer help to Gulhab and his family. Soundbite Faisa Parveez (in Urdu), UNICEF community healthcare worker "We go to people’s homes and we tell them about health and hygiene, so they can keep clean and prevent illness. People here are affected by the earthquake. For example they don’t have proper toilets, so we have to advise them how to build them. If their children are sick, then we give first aid on the spot and refer them to hospital,l if necessary." Faisa and her team go on foot so they can reach inaccessible areas where people need help the most. Faisa finds this woman lying outside her home with a high fever and low blood pressure. UNICEF supplies Faisa with basic medical supplies such as painkillers, re-hydration salts, bandages and antiseptic creams. Small wounds become infected easily and immediate care is vital to avoid further problems. And more than anything, the knowledge that someone in the community cares is enough to make a difference to another difficult day. In Ghorisadan, Pakistan, this is Kitty Logan reporting for UNICEF. For every child, advance humanity. *** Asset Name : UNICEF: Community health care in Pakistan’s earthquake zone Asset Duration: 02 min 19 secs Shoot City: Ghorisadan village Shoot Country: Pakistan Shoot Date: Dec 30 2005
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