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2008.11.21

* UNICEF: As new clashes hit DR Congo, aid arrives to displaced people most in need.
* 시간: 01 min 43 secs
* 촬영도시: Kibati, North Kivu
* 촬영국가: Dominican Republic
* 촬영일자: 14 Nov 2008


In the Democratic Republic of Congo, thousands are fleeing areas of combat as fresh clashes in the east of the country breakout. An estimated 250,000 people have now been made homeless by the weeks of conflict between rebels and government troops.


The situation is severe. The spread of cholera, diarrhea, and measles continues. The interruption of education and rising numbers of malnourished children mounts by the day. The number of children separated from their parents is a growing concern. Tens of thousands can still not be reached due to ongoing insecurity.


SOUNDBITE JAYA MURTHY
Communications Specialist, UNICEF, Democratic Republic of Congo
"The world has to know what is happening next in Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. Something has to give. Something has got to change and can't keep going on like this."


With the help of UNICEF, latrines are being constructed for 13,000 children and free healthcare care continues in Kibati.


Essential survival items received by the UK and USA via airlift last week include plastic sheets, cooking sets, soap, jerry cans/buckets, and blankets and continue to be packaged for immediate distribution to the newly displaced.


SOUNDBITE JAYA MURTHY
Communications Specialist, UNICEF, Democratic Republic of Congo:
"There is a long way to go for the situation to stabilise. People and children here have particularly guaranteed a survival and a future of hope and development and a better life. So that for the next year it is normal here."


Hopes for normalcy are now raised when rebel leader Laurent Nkunda told the UN peace envoy, Mr Obasanjo, that he will support a peace process with the government.

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