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2006.11.17
An estimated 2.5 million children in Bolivia live in poverty. It lies at the root of the sickness and malnutrition that cause the vast majority of deaths among children under five. Many live miles from the nearest health services and can’t afford the cost of care. Eulalia De Noe has walked several miles to take her four children to see a doctor at the nearest hospital. SOUNDBITE (SPANISH) EULALIA DE NOE: “In the countryside there are no doctors. When they visit we are able to take our children to have a check up, but there’s not even a health center. That is why we have to come here for a check-up.” Eulalia doesn’t have to pay for the treatment her children receive because of new government health insurance policies. Supported by UNICEF, doctors can now provide unrestricted care to children under five and help their mothers during pregnancy. UNICEF has trained local staff to make better use of government resources. SOT: Dr EDIL TOLEDO (Spanish/English translation) “This is a process and thanks to UNICEF’s help we have received these kinds of workshops, mainly the training and education of human resources, to really learn what the Bolivian state’s policies are.” As a result of the UNICEF supported integrated care strategy, child mortality rates are dropping. But challenges remain. Twelve percent of children under 10 don’t have birth certificates and that means they lose their legal right to basic health care. *** Asset Name : UNICEF: Health insurance reduces child mortality in Bolivia Asset Duration: 01 min 58 secs Shoot City: Amazon Region Shoot Country: Bolivia Shoot Date: 01 Sep 2006
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