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2007.04.03
* UNICEF: More aid needed to help children and women affected by Cyclone Indlala * Shoot Date: 25 Mar 2007 Over the last few months, Madagascar, island located in the Indian Ocean, has been severely hit by a series of devastating cyclones. The resulting floods and storms have in total, affected half a million of people on the island in need of urgent humanitarian assistance. In the south, they are in need of urgent humanitarian assistance. This terrible cyclonic season has resulted in an acute nutritional crisis with 6,000 children and 920 women currently under treatment for malnutrition. The eastern region has been severely struck by the unusual strong floods. Certain districts have stayed under water during over 8 weeks! After four cyclones since December, the most recent one, “Indlala”, has, on March 15th, violently struck the north east of the island. 80 deaths have been reported and 105,000 additional homeless require humanitarian assistance. SOUNDBITE (MALAGASY), mother, Véronique Miadana “It was incredible, in only a few minutes the heavy floods have washed out our house which took us 10 years to build. Seeing this, my children and I fled, talking only necessary belongings with us. In a few minutes everything collapsed and with it my dreams “. Antsohihy, a city located in the northern region of Sofia is among one of the most severely devastated cities by Indlala. The main livelihood of the population is coffee, pepper and vanilla production. SOUNDBITE (MALAGASY), Chief of District, Mamy Dieudonné. “The city of Antsohihy has been completely destroyed. In the region, more than 1500 homes, 105 classrooms are damaged and several health centres have been made havoc.” UNICEF has decided to establish an operational base at Antsohihy to provide humanitarian assistance. Water filters, barrels, soap, tents, schooling kits as well as High Energy Biscuits (HEB) from the WFP will now be sent on a regular basis according to the needs. This is KATJA GILON reporting for Unicef Television, Unite for Children
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