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2007.05.28
* UNICEF calls for aid to Iraqi children * Shoot Date: Various Almost 4 million people, some 15 percent of the population, have left their homes in Iraq because of the violence and insecurity plaguing their country. Half are children. Today, UNICEF is launching a worldwide call for $42 million dollars in aid to help these displaced families, who are located both in Iraq and in neighbouring countries such as Lebanon and Syria. While UNICEF, its partners and neighbouring governments have done much to address the needs of these families, from immunization drives, to providing clean water and rebuilding schools, much more needs to be done. In addition, the number of displaced continues to place heavy burdens on social and health care systems already under strain SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Dan Toole, UNICEF Chief of Emergency Operations: “Iraqi children are certainly not better of today than they were two years ago. The numbers of children malnourished, the numbers of children not vaccinated, the number of children that I cited, the percentage no longer attending school, demonstrate that children are not better of today than they were two years ago. Certainly between the period of sanctions and two years ago, things had improved and we start to see some improvement in mortality and in nutrition. But what we’ve seen in the last couple of years that progress is starting to fall of and we’re starting to see real change for the negative." UNICEF hopes to use the money to intensify its support of essential programs, especially in the areas of education, sanitation and immunization, for 1.6 million Iraqi children over a period of six months. While six months will not be enough to cure all of the problems for these young children, it will hopefully be a start to a better and healthier future for them all.
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