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2009.03.19

* UNICEF: Inauguration of an earthquake-resistant school in Pakistan-administered Kashmir
* 시간: 02 min 30 secs
* 촬영도시: Various
* 촬영국가: Pakistan


Nestled in a picturesque valley, the village of Banaw Langla in Kashmir suffered a catastrophic earthquake in 2005, killing 73,000 and leaving 3 million homeless.


Nearly 6,000 schools were destroyed, around 450,000 primary school-age children were affected, and the educational infrastructure in the region was crippled.


The only girls' primary school in the village was destroyed in the earthquake. Children from this school have since been attending a makeshift tent school set up by UNICEF.


UNICEF responded to the emergency situation in Banaw Langla by setting up more temporary tent schools and shelters, providing teacher training, and supplying schools with materials. It also pledged to reconstruct some of the destroyed schools with earthquake-resistant permanent buildings.


This beautiful new school building was constructed with help from UNICEF and its partners.


SOUNDBITE: (English): UNICEF Representative in Pakistan, Martin Mogwanja:
"We've managed to reconstruct this school in a remote part of the PAK region of the country which was severely affected by the earthquake. This school will take 56 girls. And now we hear from the community that all girls are going to school. And this was of course not the case when the children could not go to school because the schools had been destroyed by the earthquake."


Recently, they held an inauguration ceremony for the school, which made the students very excited.


SOUNDBITE: (Urdu), a grade five student KANWAL: 
"Earlier we had to sit on the muddy ground. Now such a beautiful building has been constructed. We have space to play and lovely bench to sit on. And now we enjoy learning."


SOUNDBITE: (Urdu), principal of the school NIGHAT ABBASI:
"All facilities required to continue and complete primary education are present in this school by the grace of God."


Where only one school house stood before the 2005 devastation in Kashmir, UNICEF and its partners have now constructed 16 new schools in earthquake-affected areas.

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