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쓰나미 이후 4년, 재건을 위한 노력

2008.12.29

* UNICEF: Building back better, four years after the tsunami
* 시간: 03 min 11 secs
* 촬영도시: Various
* 촬영국가: N/A
* 촬영일자: 05 Dec 2008


The 2004 tsunami left a wake of devastation that stretched across the Indian Ocean.


Hundreds of thousands of people were killed. Many more were left homeless.


Poor and isolated communities were left struggling to survive.


Four years later and tremendous improvements can be seen in many places – improvements that go beyond repair and restoration and towards building back better for the future.


The immediate emergency is over – but UNICEF and its partners remain committed to improving the lives of millions of children across the region…


SOUNDBITE: Jonathan Cauldwell, UNICEF Chief Tsunami Transition Support:
“The lessons of the tsunami will never end. The funding will end, we can complete the construction, we can complete the project, but the intervention never ends and it keeps knocking on because we’ve left something behind.”


The basic needs of children affected by the tsunami have been met and those countries worst hit are now undergoing the transition to developing regular services and programmes.


The long term improvement of water and sanitation is critical; so is building new schools that are better able to withstand earthquakes; more children are going to school as a result of improved facilities; and better nutrition, post-natal care and other life saving interventions are helping countries move towards meeting the Millennium Development Goal of reducing child mortality by 2015.


SOUNDBITE: Jonathan Cauldwell, UNICEF Chief Tsunami Transition Support:
“The tsunami, despite being a horrific event, also provided a lot of opportunities for those countries – it brought a peace dividend within Banda Aceh where you still see peace in an area which had long term localized conflict in place. It allowed those areas to be built up as well, to have investments in the infrastructure in the social sectors, more importantly building the capacities at a local
level so that they themselves can take on programming to the longer term.”


The response to the tsunami and the lessons learned have changed the way UNICEF deals with such emergencies.


It highlighted the need for better coordination among partners and other organizations. It also underscored the need for and contributed to reforms in the way humanitarian relief is administered and delivered.


UNICEF and its partners were already active in many of the countries affected. They were there when the tsunami struck. And UNICEF remains committed for the longer term, improving the lives of children and build

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