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2006.12.27
(Battling a dependence on state care to give Romanian babies a future with family) Irgiz Ibram is 26-years-old. Soundbite (Romani): Irgiz Ibram: “Everyone says go work somewhere. I have three children to look after. Where will I find work? Who will have me?” Irgiz struggles to support her children. The youngest is five and a half months old and sick in a hospital. There is a fear that she is under pressure from her family to abandon her daughter. Soundbite (Romani): Irgiz Ibram: „They tell me to throw my children in the garbage. I live only for my children. People tell me to throw them away, dump them. But I cannot do that.“ There is tradition of giving up children to state care in Romania and UNICEF looks for ways to change this practice. Soundbite (English): Pierre Poupard, UNICEF Romania: “In the mindset of many people, they don’t see what is wrong in separating a mother from her baby. And this is where there is a strong cultural and rooted pattern for which we are working a lot.” Four thousand children are left in maternity hospitals every year in Romania. One point eight percent of all newborn babies. The care givers here like nurse Andrea Turbolev are trained by UNICEF to help and encourage the mothers to stay with their children. Soundbite (Romanian): Andra Turbolev, hospital care giver: “All these children are abandoned. She says. They have no mother. But within the next five minutes, the mother could turn up and ask for her child. Usually they take the baby home for a week and after that they bring the baby back for one or two months. But Irgiz is comes regularly.“ UNICEF and the Romanian government also help with nutrition, health care and social support to encourage women to keep their children. Soundbite (Romani): Irgiz Ibram: “It is good to hold my baby. I want to take her home when she gets better” With encouragement and assistance Irgiz’s baby will grow up with her mother, knowing that she loves her. This is Vladimir Lozinski reporting for UNICEF Television. Unite for children.
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