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2008.09.24


* UNICEF Ambassador Mia Farrow urges tsunami-like response to Haiti’s disaster zones
* 시간: 01 min 58 secs
* 촬영도시: Gonaives
* 촬영국가: Haiti
* 촬영일자: 20 Sep 2008


On mission to Haiti to witness conditions after a devastating month of storm and flooding, hurricane seasonactress Mia Farrow gets a first look at the city of Gonaives.


Mia Farrow, UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador (English): I thought of the tsunami and those terrible images. But in a way this is worse. Because it’s mud - thick, deep mud. It’s not going to go anywhere.


Without the most basic infrastructure to cope with this disaster, Gonaives is stuck. So too is her population of 350,000.


Their homes uninhabitable, thousands of families are living in makeshift shelters throughout the city. In warehouses, schools and in one of the city’s only sound structures - the cathedral.


Even here conditions are dangerous.


Joining the UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador on her visit was gel Fisher of the president of the Canadian National Committee.


Nigel Fisher, President Canadian National Committee, UNICEF (English): “What struck me was that people with almost nothing are getting very little help. Even from the Haitian authorities. In G so many areas of the city still covered deep in mud. We saw countless people living on the roof, the ground floors are full of mud. What do they have to clean out the mud? Tin cans and shovels.”


The dead left by hurricanes Gustav, Hanna and Ike are still being counted in Gonaives and other more remote areas of Haiti. But to walk among the survivors of Gonaives, one thing is clear.


Mia Farrow (English): “We can do more. We can do more.”
In Gonaives Haiti this is Elizabeth Kiem reporting for UNICEF Television.

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