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2007.01.26
Report shows children harmed by gender discrimination * 2007 HAR (Humanitarian Action Report) 보고서 관련한 영상뉴스입니다. In 2006 devastating floods swept the Horn of Africa. Conflicts continued in Darfur and elsewhere. And in countries such as Haiti, poverty took its toll. In every case, children bore the brunt of the crisis and become the ultimate victims of discrimination against women. The 2006 Humanitarian Action Report says tackling gender inequality is critical to saving children’s lives during emergencies… SOUNDBITE: Dan Toole, UNICEF Director of Emergency Programmes “Women and children are particularly vulnerable in these situations. These situations of conflict and displacement are perfect opportunities for abuse and exploitation. If you don’t stop that you can’t protect children either. Protecting women helps us achieve their rights and it helps us achieve protection for children as well.” During a crisis, women become vulnerable to disease and pregnancy complications. They are exposed to exploitation and gender-based violence. They are excluded from decision making and education. But an emergency can also offer enormous opportunity to advance gender equality. SOUNDBITE: Dan Toole, UNICEF Director of Emergency Programmes - “UNICEF can do a number of things in emergencies. The easiest thing for children is to restart education and make sure that girls are in the education system as well as boys. If you look at a situation like Darfur for example more children are in school than have ever been in school in Darfur because of the emergency operation. More girls are in school than have ever been in school in Darfur. So although emergencies are terrible situations they are also incredible opportunities to enhance and jump start assistance and jump start progress towards the rights of women and children. Likewise for health and nutrition.” Unless women are protected and empowered during emergencies it will more difficult to achieve the Millennium Development Goal of equality and gender equity by 2015.
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