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2007.02.06
* Iran closes emergency office in Bam three years after earthquake Shoot Country: Iran Shoot Date: December 18, Devastation in Iran following the earthquake which rocked Bam in December 2003, killing 30,000 people and displacing hundreds of thousands more. Three years later… the reconstruction process continues, and as a mark of how far the town has come, UNICEF has now closed its emergency office. SOUNDBITE (Farsi) Mostafa Hemmat-Nejad, Social Deputy Governor: “Present Bam is 100% different from Bam three years ago, thanks to efforts by national and international organizations, especially UNICEF. The people of Bam are in even in better spirits compared to before the earthquake.” UNICEF’s support has been felt here in many areas... 750 kilometres of new water pipes to carry clean water to these families – many of whom UNICEF helped to reunite after the disaster. Mina and Hussein’s parents were killed; they now live with their grandparents. UNICEF has helped the Bam education department to open 50 new schools here. Designed to International child friendly standards and housing modern science labs, computer labs and libraries, they bear little in common to the old ones. SOUNDBITE (Farsi) Schoolgirl Girl on the left: “This school is much bigger: it has much bigger school yard and playground. Before, previous schools were a lot smaller and had no yard. But this is not important. What is important are friendships, togetherness to keep our friends and not lose them.” Early Child Care Centers for younger kids and Counseling and Recreational Cultural Centres for the older residents provide essential psycho-social services including sessions like this recent class for mothers on HIV prevention. SOUNDBITE (English) JanPieter Kleijburg UNICEF Iran, Officer in Charge: “The Bam programme and activities in Bam are really innovative not just for the women and children of Bam but if you wish also for the country as a whole.” UNICEF may have closed down its office here, but the development it helped initiate carries on and the families and children of Bam continue to feel its presence everyday. This is Rachel Bonham Carter reporting for UNICEF Television. Unite for Children.
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