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2008.09.03


* UNICEF delivers much-needed supplies for conflict-affected people in Tbilisi
* 시간: 03 min 10 secs
* 촬영도시: TBILISI
* 촬영국가: Georgia
* 촬영일자: 27 Aug 2008


Since the conflict broke out in Georgia, the capital city Tbilisi has received an influx of more than 128,000 displaced people.


Responding to the crisis, UNICEF has delivered vital supplies into Tbilisi. This batch of supplies includes 2,000 family water kits, 1,100 school-in-a-box kits, and other items such as water purification tablets, collapsible water tanks and jerry cans.


In public school No. 51, UNICEF provided beds, linens, blankets and complementary food for lactating mothers and babies younger than 2 years old.
Dr. Katevan Nemsadze is here to support the mothers with breastfeeding. Among them Lika Nakopia, who just arrived with her 6 day old daughter.


In another school that has been converted into a shelter, children play hide and seek, as mothers carry on with their daily chores.


SOUNDBITE (Georgian), Mariam Gorgisheli, 8:
“I was in the village when the shooting started. It was night. I woke up, and heard mom calling dad. I thought it was my grandfather doing something in the yard. But in the morning, mom told me that they had been shooting. Then we went to Gori. The next day, when the shooting started there, my
cousin and I ran away and started crying, because we were scared.”


SOUNDBITE (Georgia), Mary Gorgisheli, Mother:
“I was so scared even more than her. When I was crying, she would comfort me, saying ‘mom, don’t cry’.”


On August 27, UNICEF Regional Director Maria Calivis came to Tbilisi to meet with children and their mothers affected by the conflict.


Ms. Calivis listened to their needs and concerns, and talked to local media about UNICEF’s priority in the emergency response.


SOUNDBITE (English) Maria Calivis, UNICEF Regional Director, CEECIS:
“These children cry at night, are worried, are more insecure, and keep on asking, ‘when are we going back’ and ‘when are we returning?’ From what I saw today, I wouldn’t want any women and children to stay much longer in those conditions.”


In the coming days, UNICEF will focus on providing psychosocial support to the children, as well as getting them back to school as soon as possible.

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