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2006.11.17
Here in the southern suburbs of Beirut, the physical effects of war are all too evident. Less obvious is the psychological impact that the conflict has had on the thousands of civilians who’ve found sanctuary in other parts of the city. At this sports center, some 200 children whose families were forced to flee the fighting in south Lebanon have the opportunity to put their terrifying experiences aside, at least for a few hours. Soundbite (English) Jassem Kasso, Hoops Club: “The idea came that, why not take them out from their miseries, from their surroundings, put them in a good nice place, and do some activities, sports activities and entertaining activities in these tough circumstances.“ For youngsters who may never see homes, schools, friends and family members again, playtime and sport take on extra meaning. It’s that realization that has led UNICEF to give its support to this and a range of similar initiatives. Soundbite (English) Maha Damaj, Psycho Social Support Consultant: “By being displaced, they have lost the sense of routine; they have lost the sense of routine, of the secure and the stable. And basically they are acting out on that in different ways: their anxiety or their fear, their violence or their inattentiveness, their desire not to speak or not to play. It’s all very normal reactions in a very abnormal situation.” Experience tells psychologists that children showing signs of distress need special care. They also know that children have an inner resilience which needs to be built on and nurtured. Soundbite (English): Ola Ateyah, Child Psychologist: “We need to work with children, involve them in group activities in which they can express what they’re feeling, express themselves. At the same time we need to make them feel they are in a safe and secure place and that there are people who are willing to listen to them and support them. “ It’s estimated that some 400,000 children have been displaced by the conflict. A small proportion of them will need clinical help to deal with their distress. Meanwhile, the task of reconnecting many others with their normal daily life is already under way. In Beirut this is Simon Ingram reporting for UNICEF television. Unite for children. *** Asset Name : UNICEF: Displaced children in Lebanon deal with the psychological effects of conflict Asset Duration: 02 min 43 secs Shoot City: Beirut Shoot Country: Lebanon Shoot Date: August and J
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