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2009.06.01

* UNICEF Regional Director visits Afghanistan
* 시간: 02 min 28 secs
* 촬영도시: Torkham, Kabul
* 촬영국가: Afghanistan
* 촬영일자: 20 May 2009


The Torkham border crossing. Everyday thousands of people and tons of goods pass through here between Pakistan and Afghanistan.


Here children often do much of the physical work and it's the poorest and most vulnerable ones who have the least choice.


Dan Toole, UNICEF Regional Director, South Asia travelled down to this remote outpost to see how UNICEF is working in collaboration with the provincial government, local communities and NGO partners to improve the lives of some of the most vulnerable children in Afghanistan.


SOT Dan Toole, UNICEF Regional Director, South Asia (English):
"What we've been looking at are children who cross the border each day collecting firewood, carrying flour basically creating a traffic across the border. Most of the time these children don't have education. Here they can get schooling. So they may work in the morning, we're trying to get them to do less heavy work and make sure they get schooling so that they get that right start in life."


Children of all ages come here not only to learn to read and write. 
This drop in centre also teaches children how to stick together to protect each other from the abuse they are so vulnerable to here on the border. It also ensures that these children get at least one meal each day.


SOT Dan Toole, UNICEF Regional Director, South Asia (English):
"Afghanistan is one of the four countries in the world that still has endemic polio and that polio is crossing the border. What we saw today is people who cross the border, automatically people who have children with them under six years of age receive polio vaccinations either going into Pakistan or coming into Afghanistan."


Earlier Mt Toole met with key Afghan Ministers including Farooq Wardak, The minister of Education.

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