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2010.01.27

* UNICEF supports injured Haitians in Dominican Republic
* 시간: 02 min 14 secs
* 촬영도시: Port au Prince, Santo Domingo
* 촬영국가: N/A
* 촬영일자: 20 Jan 2010


As the logistical challenges that have hampered the relief effort in Haiti begin to get ironed out, some of the injured have been brought to the Dominican Republic.


UNICEF USA officer Richard Alleyne visited one of the one of the busiest UNICEF-supported medical centres in Santo Domingo.


SOT Richard Alleyne United States Fund for UNICEF
"I'm at the Dario Contreras Hospital in Santo Domingo the city's primary care centre and the staff has been mobilized to treat Haitians, especially children who have been suffering from injuries sustained in last week's devastating earthquake."


The children, at the hospital range in age from one month to fourteen years.


SOT Dr. Antonio Coplin Dario Contreras Hospital (Spanish/English)
"We have received many children. I couldn't say how many because I don't have the totals. But there are several children with fractures and trauma."


Richard Alleyne United States Fund for UNICEF
"Hospitals along the border, particularly the town of Jimani have been inundated with Haitians seeking treatment for trauma, crush injuries and exhaustion. These facilities simply do not have the capacity to treat all these patients and the growing demand, so they're brought here to facilities in Santo Domingo, the Dario Contreras hospital."


The hospital is just the first step for these children. UNICEF is working with the National Council of Children to create safe spaces for them when it comes time to leave.


Dominican women, meanwhile, are ensuring that the babies have adequate food.


SOT Dr. Hector Quezada Director, Dario Contreras Hospital (Spanish/English)
"A lot of infant children have arrived at the hospital without their parents. They need mother's milk to continue to live. And some women have volunteered as breastfeeders. We currently have some Dominican mothers who have donated their milk to feed these infants. This is a gesture of a generosity and solidarity of mankind."


UNICEF will be working with the governments of Haiti and the Dominican Republic to meet not just the medical needs of children and their families but also to establish facilities to help them deal with their psychological trauma. It hopes to have safe spaces for all under five children in Port au Prince by the end of the week.

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