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2007.06.20
* Palestinian child health continues to suffer despite end of strike at clinics Shoot Country: Palestine * 06 Jun 2007 You’re watching UNICEF Television Relieved mothers are flocking to this Health Clinic in the Balata Refugee Camp in the West Bank. In the aftermath of an 8 month strike of unpaid health workers these mothers are finally able to get the health services they so desperately need for their children. The strike paralyzed the health care system, jeopardizing children. Though the clinic was able to open sporadically during the strike it could not meet the needs of the 20,000 people it serves. SOUNDBITE: (ARABIC) MAISOON SHAHEEN(Mother) My daughter had measles. Meanwhile it was time for me to immunize my other child – my newborn baby against measles. But I could not get it for him because of the strike. Across the occupied Palestinian territories, some 66% of households live below the poverty line. With their lives further compromised by ongoing conflict and violence, the children here cannot afford to lose their right to immunization and healthcare. SOUNDBITE: (ARABIC) NISREEN DOAIKAT(Mother) I wish to lead a normal life. Our children are excluded from everything; they can’t live their life like other children in the world. Even getting a vaccination which is the most basic right is denied to them. UNICEF and its partners are supporting the health care system to ensure that 100% of Palestinian children are vaccinated in 2007. UNICEF will also be delivering essential drugs, ordering micronutrients such as iron and vitamins A and D for babies and providing transportation to reach children in remote areas. These measures will help the health system resume services after the months missed during the recent strike. This is Rachel Warden reporting for UNICEF Television Unite for Children
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