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2007.02.14
* Mia Farrow’s visit highlights crisis in Central African Republic * February 12, 2007 It was all cheers and adoring smiles from the gathered crowds when UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, Mia Farrow, came to Birao in Central African Republic. But just two months ago this area was a battleground. Now in this volatile corner close to the Chad and Sudan border the only signs of the conflict are heavy security – anti-aircraft, automatic rifles and French military at the ready. Mia Farrow’s aim in visiting the country is to use her voice as a megaphone for one of the most neglected crises in the world. What’s the very first thing that you think should happen? Soundbite (English), Mia Farrow, UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador: “Protection, protection, protection. The people here need protection. They are so eager to rebuild their lives and rebuild their village and of course they need help with that. But until there is security, no one can do anything. They desperately need a UN international peacekeeping force to come in and provide security.” Many women here say they were attacked and raped by rebels during the battle for Birao, but in the haze of this complex conflict, facts are hard to come by. But before peace and peacekeepers come though, those most neglected of all need to be protected from killer diseases like measles, malaria and polio. With some 150,000 internally displaced people in the country, the people in this landlocked isolated republic with its rocky history are still looking to the outside for help. This is Sarah Crowe
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