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2008.01.18

* Schoolchildren in Indonesia learn about preventing the spread of avian flu
* 02 min 16 secs
* 27 Nov 2007

Students from Kebonagung elementary school in Mojokerto, East Java had a surprise waiting for them when they went to school this week.

Their school was chosen as the site to launch a new bird flu education program. Chief Executive of Indonesia’s Avian Influenza Commission, handed over the first set of materials. He says more than 40% of victims are children so they need know how to protect themselves.

SOUNDBITE (English) Bayu Kirsnamurthi , National Avian Influenza Committee: “With re-education, with investing human capital and giving them the knowledge, I think it’s going to be in the long term process of dealing with any emerging or re-emerging disease.”

Nearly half the children in this sixth grade say their parents raise chickens and ducks…not unlike many families in Indonesia… the country worst hit by the deadly virus.

That’s why UNICEF, with funding from Japan, has developed a special school kit featuring animated characters from a popular TV series. The cartoon will also air on national television in an effort to entertain and inform.

Danu says he learned that if you raise chickens and ducks you have to be careful and its better to keep them away from you house. He added that the cartoon had lots of comedy and was very funny.

Ayu agrees and says the cartoon is really good because she could understand very easily why bird flu is dangerous.

The program is being run initially at 50.000 schools many of them are part of the UNICEF creative learning community schools which encourages students to get involved in their neighbourhoods.

SOUNDBITE (English) Sinung Kristanto, UNICEF:
“The kids have the potential to inform the community and their parents on how to prevent avian influenza.”

And it’s hoped this generation will be prepared to deal with this and any future challenges.

This is Suzanna Dayne of UNICEF television unite for children

 

 

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