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2006.12.28
This is Bicol – one of the poorest regions in the Philippines. Even poorer since typhoon Reming swept away more than 700 lives, thousands of homes and much vital infrastructure. More than a half million families are now struggling to recover from the November storm – the worst typhoon ever to hit Bicol. SOUNDBITE; (TAGALOG) BEENY PEREZ, LOCAL RESIDENT, Cabasao, Camarines Sur "If my husband can go fishing and have a catch, we will have food. Then, if there is more than enough, next we can buy materials to build our house." Also at risk – Beeny’s children’s education. Their school, like almost 7,000 across Bicol, was damaged by the floods. Many classrooms were completely destroyed and wont be repaired before school resumes in January. SOUNDBITE: (ENGLISH) CORAZON GASGAS, ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PUBLIC TEACHER, Bato South Central Primary School, Camarines Sur "I am concerned about the situation of the children because, of course, their study will be affected by the situation." Schools with only minor damage are now serving as evacuation centers for thousands of homeless families. Most, like this one in Albay province, have just a few toilets and water taps and could quickly become breeding grounds for disease. Relief agencies, including UNICEF, are providing some basic foodstuffs, blankets, mosquito nets, and water carriers and other items. At this government hospital in Albay province, UNICEF tanks supply the only source of drinking water for the 280 patients, many of them children. UNICEF will also help to rebuild schools and water systems. But rebuilding livelihoods could take years. SOUNDBITE:(TAGALOG) LOURDES EILES, LOCAL RESIDENT, Camarines Sur: "We’ll be thankful for help. Here, you see our house has no more roof, my planted corn there was heavily damaged by flood water and mud. We have nothing to harvest." For Bicol’s children, Reming means more hardship. Im Elizabeth Kiem reporting for Unicef television. Unite for children
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