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2008.04.22

* Child friendly spaces offer hope and help for children after Cyclone Ivan
* 시간: 2분 36초
* 01 Mar 2008

Junior Goodwill Ambassador ‘Name Six’ visited child victims of the recent natural disaster, in ‘child friendly spaces’ set up by UNICEF in or next to camps for those displaced by the cyclones and related flooding.
Cyclone Ivan, the strongest so far, tore through Madagascar on the 17th February, bringing severe damage in its wake. More than 330,000 people are known to have been affected, including around 20,000 people in the capitol, Antananarivo, alone. One in every five victims is a child under 5-years-old.

As part of its emergency response, UNICEF, working with local authorities and NGO partners, has set up these ‘child friendly spaces’ to provide care to affected children through a variety of different interventions.
‘Child friendly spaces’ also offer children and their families basic health and education services, alongside safe water, sanitation and hygiene.

SOUNDBITE NAME SIX, UNICEF Junior Goodwill Ambassador:
"I’ve come here to encourage children affected by the disaster in the capitol. These children have the same rights as children living in stability, including the right to play, to relax and to study together, whether they are victims of the floods or not. These spaces also encourage children and young people to contribute to their families and communities. The fact that children took part in setting up these spaces is proof of their commitment.”

As well as protecting children from harm and abuse, child friendly spaces are also important in allowing children who have suffered the trauma of the cyclones and floods to have the opportunity to regain a sense of calm and normality, with the social workers on hand to aid the healing process.

In collaboration with its partners, UNICEF plans to set up at least another eight similar spaces throughout Madagascar.

These spaces are just one element of UNICEF’s response to the emergency. Supporting the Malagasy Government, UNICEF are working at full capacity to respond to the immediate needs of those affected, through the provision of various health; nutrition; education; protection; and water, sanitation and hygiene interventions, to preserve the their basic human rights.

 

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