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2006.12.28
Early morning activity on the shore at Thaezanguada – a thriving community adapting to life after the tsunami. And in their new homes back from the shoreline, many adapting to toilets for the first time, in a part of rural India, where the toilet is still a rarity. Helping spread the word on using them properly, Jeeva, a so-called link volunteer, making her daily rounds. Part of a project supported by UNICEF and its partners, using women from the community to encourage their neighbours to follow good hygiene. SOUNDBITE (TAMIL): Jeeva, Link Volunteer “I go to all the houses and see that they know about sanitation and cleaning their toilets properly, and that the children know about hygiene.” SOUNDBITE (TAMIL): Divea Sree “Before the tsunami, we didn’t have toilets in our houses, but now we can use them and know about the ten commandments of good personal hygiene.” The majority of women and children getting the message fast. The fishermen slower to adapt, but even that is changing. The aim is to get communities like this one, working better than they did before. And that out of the crisis of two years ago comes an opportunity for a real leap forward in social development. In that effort, the children themselves playing a vital role. In the village square as darkness falls, a flurry of activity backstage at a special puppet show – to promote the cause of children’s rights. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH): Nisha Rachel Ninan, UNICEF Consultant “It’s a very lively way to get the message across. It doesn’t make an impact just on other children, but on the entire community because when children talk or they do something, people listen.” For this community, a new start has meant for the children, a better start. This is Rob McBride reporting for UNICEF television. Unite, for Children.
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