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2004.08.23
유니세프, 남아세티아로 난민 어린이에게 교육용보조재료와 오락운동용품을 공급 2004년 8월 19일, 그루지아 티빌리시 발 - 유니세프 긴급구호팀은 그루지아내 남아세티아의 무력분쟁을 피해 떠돌고 있는 수백 명의 어린이를 돕기 위해 교육을 위한 교재들과 운동 및 놀이기구를 공급하는 한편 자원봉사자 조직을 운영하고 있다. 지난주 그루지아 군대와 분리주의자들간의 무력충돌이 발생한 이후 500명이 넘는어린이와 여성들이 이를 피해 안전한 지역을 찾아 고향을 등지기 시작했다. 이번 조치는 피해어린이들이 마을의 폭격으로 입은 심한 정신적 충격을 이겨낼 수 있도록 하기 위한 우선적인 조치이다. (자세한 기사 내용은 아래 참조) UNICEF Provides School Supplies and Sport Equipment to the Displaced Children from South Ossetia TBILISI Georgia, 19 August, 2004 - UNICEF emergency assistance have rushed school supplies, sporting equipment and are mobilizing volunteers to assist the several hundred children escaping the conflict in South Ossetia. Over 500 children and thousands of women began to flee from an outbreak of fighting between Georgian troops and separatists’ forces last week. UNICEF has sent 35 school kits, 10 football kits, information materials for parents and social workers to the local Government for further distribution to 970 displaced people currently being accommodated in nine sanatoriums and hotels of the region. Supply and equipment provision are essential for helping children in overcoming stress and trauma occurred during the severe bombing of their villages in South Ossetia. Young leaders mobilized by the Children’s Federation of Georgia are carrying out various recreational and stress-relief activities with the displaced children. In collaboration with the national health authorities the displaced children will further receive MMR immunization during the weekend to prevent an outbreak of epidemics. UNICEF is also planning to provide vitamin A capsules, essential drugs and first aid kits to local ambulatories to ensure adequate stock of basic medical supplies. The emergency assistance also includes hygiene kits for the affected population of the region. UNICEF in cooperation with the World Food Programme and the United Nations High Commission on Refugees continues to undertake needs assessment of the displaced women and children being evacuated to other regions of Georgia. As of today, there are a total of 2,553 displaced women and children from South Ossetia relocated to various hotels and sanatoriums in six regions of Georgia. Each school kit will serve 40 students. In addition to the basic school supplies, such as exercise books, pencils, erasers and scissors, the kit also includes a wooden teaching clock, plastic cubes for counting and a set of three laminated posters (alphabet, multiplication and number tables). The kit is supplied in a locked aluminium box; the lid can double as a blackboard when coated with the special paint included in the kit. The recreational kit is also suitable for up to 40 children, who can participate in team sports and games under the guidance of a teacher. It includes balls for several types of games, coloured tunics for different teams, chalk and a measuring tape for marking play areas and a whistle and scoring slate. Using a locally developed teaching guide and curriculum, teachers can establish makeshift classrooms almost anywhere. The purpose of the kit is to ensure the continuation of children’s education in the first 72 hours of an emergency. Over the past five years, the school-in-a-box has been extensively used all over the world, with some of these kits produced locally and others assembled at the Copenhagen warehouse and shipped to the country. * * * For every child Health, Education, Equality, Protection ADVANCE HUMANITY
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