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2008.09.03


* UNICEF: Somalia’s forgotten crisis
* 시간02 min 16 secs
* 촬영도시: Bossaso, Puntland
* 촬영국가: Somalia
* 촬영일자: 10 Aug 2008

A line hundred strong has stretched since morning at this camp for the displaced in northeast Somalia.


Today every child under the age of five will receive ten kilograms of a food supplement rich in vitamins and minerals.


This blanket feeding campaign, focusing on the most vulnerable populations will be carried out across Somalia.


Here in Bossaso, some 7,500 children in 22 camps will benefit.
This woman is one of many who left their homes for security, and now find their children just as at risk.


Twenty-month old Asha was in good health when her mother fled Mogadishu. Eight months have passed and now, Asha is severly malnourished.


SB (Somali) Khadija Mohamed, mother:
“I used to feed my children three times a day. But now I can hardly feed them once. I can’t afford it.”


Malnutrition is the biggest challenge to the survival of Somali children today.


In a country where one in six children is acutely malnourished, Unicef and partners are providing life-saving interventions.


At this Unicef-supported outpatient clinic, severely malnourished children are treated with therapeutic foods and their conditions are monitored.


There is also a 24 hour stabilization center, where children with medical conditions are treated.
SB (English) Mathieu Joyeux, Unicef Nutrition Officer:
“This feeding program deals with life saving activities, so basically it is the last safety net we have before the child is going to further complications and to death. When it comes to making a difference, we do save lives and right now in Bossaso, we have 600 children benefiting from those life-saving activities.”


Unicef treats more than 5,000 severely malnourished children across Somalia, defying deteriorating security conditions to help save lives.

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