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2006.11.16
A class is in session in Ruyigi, a town on the eastern part of Burundi. These young boys are not your ordinary students. They are child soldiers who have been demobilized after 10 years of civil conflict. Eighteen-year-old Lestor braved the front lines for five years, but now he and his friends are being given the opportunity to start a new life. SOUNDBITE (Kirundi), Lestor, 18, demobilized child soldier: “Now I feel better, life is much better than when I was in the rebellion when I spent nights in the bush, often without food. Now I am learning a new skill and I will try to find a job, and if I don’t succeed on my own, I will try and find someone who would help me.” Since July 2004, more than 3,000 child soldiers have been demobilized in Burundi. UNICEF’s Deputy Executive Director Rima Salah was in the country to witness the progress being made in restoring peace. In August 2005, the democratically elected government of President Pierre Nkurunziza declared free primary education, giving thousands of children that have been affected by war and AIDS an opportunity to get back to school. Maison Shalom is one of UNICEF’s partners providing primary health care, life skills training and psychosocial support. Reintegration of all children in need is part of the UNICEF’s protection strategy. Burundi is one of the first five countries selected to implement the United Nation’s Security Council resolution 1612 to monitor and report child rights violations. With support from UNICEF, the government has set up a Child Protection Network. SOUNDBITE, English, Rima Salah, UNICEF Deputy Executive Director: “ I saw all the women, the children, the boys and girls… you see them, you see that they have taken back their childhood and this is what is very important.” Burundi’s children now have hope for a better future – with the protection of their rights and access to quality education and health a priority today. Arnold Temple reporting for UNICEF. For every child, advance humanity. *** Asset Name : UNICEF Deputy Executive Director Rima Salah meets children in Ruyigi, Burundi Asset Duration: 02 min 06 secs Shoot City: Bujumbura and Ruyigi Shoot Country: Burundi Shoot Date: Feb. 4, 2006
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