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케냐 Dadaab 이재민캠프를 덮친 홍수

2006.12.28
As the waters subsided the impact of the floods in Kenya became clear. Homes abandoned and wrecked in the havoc. People forced to find refuge in schools closed early due to the floods, classrooms became new homes. With bridges destroyed some 30 trucks carrying food aid have been stuck here for 22 days. The worst floods in 20 years left thousands homeless and more refugees are fleeing the fighting in neighbouring Somalia. Four children lost their lives in the past few days, attacked by wild animals or drowned. But some too have been born. Kusa searched for days for her 3 year old son, washed away in the floods. She buried him, not far from her shelter, which she shares with 9 family members. During the search, her sister gave birth to a baby daughter: A life lost, a new life born, far from home. SOUNDBITE: (Somali) Kusayn Yunis Hassan “We came with other people, we fled from the war and were assisted by some vehicles on the way to the camps. We have been here for 17 days. I haven’t been able to eat anything since I lost my baby. There is trouble in Somalia, I can’t go home.” In this bone dry land, children make the most of the water. Stagnant pools though spark fears of cholera and malaria outbreaks. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ore Abdikadir, UNICEF Field Officer “The way they are living here we will be expecting…we are talking of people like 8 to ten families living in one classroom. So you can expect outbreaks and lot of things....so we even fear, we might even have cholera if things go like we are seeing now.” Relief supplies are starting to come in but for a region that has suffered extreme drought and now extreme floods people here are unlikely to be able to fend for themselves for some time to come. This is Sarah Crowe in Dadaab, Kenya for UNICEF television. Unite for children.
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