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2008.11.10


* UNICEF: Aid on hold as fighting displaces thousands in North Kivu, DR Congo
* 시간: 02 min 41 secs
* 촬영도시: North Kivu province
* 촬영국가: Congo
* 촬영일자: 01 Oct 2008


Heavy fighting continues in North Kivu Province between Government Forces and the rebel militia led by former general Laraunt Nkunda.


The UN Refugee agency says tens of thousands of refugees have fled the camps for nearby Goma, North Kivu’s capital. There have been reports of many deaths and incidents of sexual violence.


This woman has been on the run for days.


SOUNDBITE (Kishwali) Internally displaced woman:
“We are running away from the enemy she says. The one our husbands are fighting with. I don’t even know where he husband is. I do not even know if he is dead or alive.”


Intense fighting has caused humanitarian relief to be temporarily suspended throughout most of the province.


SOUNDBITE (English) Dermot Carty Deputy Chief of Emergency Operations, UNICEF:
“Of course in these situations women and children are the most vulnerable. We know this from past experiences and sadly with these movements, the lack of access to water and sanitation for example can put them further at danger because children can be a threat. And women and children can also be made more vulnerable and children especially because they can be further exposed to measles, malnutrition and respitory infections. And very sadly in the DRC sexual violence is very commonplace and has reached almost epidemic proportions.”


The protection of children is a major concern. UNICEF is providing assistance to children separated by the conflict, by placing them in temporary shelters until they are reunited with their families.


SOUNDBITE (English) Dermot Carty Deputy Chief of Emergency Operations, UNICEF:
“Of course in these situations women and children are the most vulnerable. We know this from past experiences and sadly with these movements, the lack of access to water and sanitation for example can put them further at danger because children can be a threat. And women and children can also be made more vulnerable and children especially because they can be further exposed to measles, malnutrition and respitory infections. And very sadly in the DRC sexual violence is very commonplace and has reached almost epidemic proportions.”


Providing assistance will remain a top priority for UNICEF, so that people may have the food, medicine and clean water they need to help them endure this ongoing conflict.

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