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2008.05.29

* UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Mia Farrow calls for more support for CAR
* 02 min 24 secs
Shoot City: Central African Republic
Shoot Country: N/A
* 21 May 2008

The Central African Republic - a fragile country in a violent region. Throughout her week-long journey, UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, Mia Farrow, has called on the international community to support the people of the Central African Republic.

MIA FARROW, UNICEF GOODWILL AMBASSADOR
"Well it makes me feel angry and upset, in a world where we have so much that we see such good people living under such circumstances. And these are man made circumstances. This is a land that has so many natural resources yet nothing is coming to the people except that which the humanitarian agencies are bringing."

In the Kabo region, two-thousand internally displaced people are living in temporary sites.

MIA FARROW, UNICEF GOODWILL AMBASSADOR
"Here we have a bush school. And it's maybe not the fanciest of schools, but really it tells you where the community is. That they've come out of the bush, that they care about their children being educated, and through education is the road to the future."

Together with safe water and sanitation, UNICEF and partner NGO's provide plastic sheeting, blankets and mosquito nets. Many people fled their villages to escape roving bandits.

MIA FARROW, UNICEF GOODWILL AMBASSADOR
"I just spoke to a woman whose five year old son was carrying the little baby and when these bandits attacked the village, the little five year old ran holding the baby and the five year old was shot and killed and this woman was holding the baby who survived and the bullet had torn through the baby's leg."

The Central African Republic is one of the world's poorest countries and has endured over a decade of armed conflict. Progress towards a peace dialogue between the government and rebels means conditions are improving for UNICEF and partners to step up assistance helping the people of the Central African Republic. In Bangui, this is Guy Degen reporting for UNICEF Television - unite for children.

 

 

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