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아이티 긴급구호 현장 - 식수 지원

2010.02.03

* UNICEF aims to get water to half a million Haitians in coming days
* 시간: 02 min 11 secs
* 촬영도시: Port au Prince, Carrefours
* 촬영국가: Haiti
* 촬영일자: 24 Jan 2010


In Canape-Vert, just outside of Port au Prince, Haitians assemble to collect fresh water.


SOT Richard Alleyne UNICEF USA (English):
"We're at one of the spontaneous settlements that was created right after the earthquake. This point is also serving as a water distribution point and it's being led by UNICEF and her partners."


These bladders hold ten thousand litres …. they're part of a network of more than a hundred water distribution points across the city.


Prior to the earthquake only about fifty per cent of Haitians had access to clean water, making them even more susceptible to waterborne disease.


SOT Silvia Gaya UNICEF WASH Specialist (English):
"So what happens everyday is we are trying to support the government to organize the water trucking, they pump water into bore holes distribute it in the city. They chlorinate the water and they put it in the trucks to bring it here. There is a bladder tank and a system of distribution where people can get the water—a minimum of five litres per person, per day."


Proper sanitation is the other crucial link in keeping disease at bay, especially in settlements like this one in Carrefour—the epicentre of the quake—where UNICEF and its partners are building latrines for the more than ten thousand people who have settled here.


SOT Silvia Gaya UNICEF WASH Specialist (English):
"These people are struggling here with the basic needs that are not still covered. Of course UNICEF is supporting the providing of clean water, but it is still very important to insist on the sanitation issue because people are living together in a very small place and sanitation is a very big problem for them."


Water is critical to stave off a second wave of disaster in Haiti. UNICEF aims to reach half a million people with fresh water within the coming days.

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