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2010.02.09

* UNICEF constructs warehouses in Haiti to organize hundreds of thousands of kilogrammes worth of supplies
* 시간: 02 min 21 secs
* 촬영도시: Port Au Prince
* 촬영국가: Haiti
* 촬영일자: 03 Feb 2010


Emergency relief is arriving daily in Haiti.


UNICEF warehouse supervisor Christian Daboux discusses the logistics of organizing hundreds of thousands of kilograms worth of supplies


SOUNDBITE, Christian Deboux, UNICEF Warehouse Supervisor (English)
"We are building temporary warehouses. We have more right now. I mean we have four more than this one, so we have five in some days. They have 240 meters square capacity and we have received already some items we transferring from Santo Domingo. And now they are dispatched right away to trucks, to partners and we are making direct deliveries as well. We have different kits here most of them are medicines. We have the basic kit here, emergency house kit. We have a midwifery kit. We have some jerry cans for water. We have another kit here, another midwifery kit that's composed of different parts. We have a bit of education material, school in a box and we have as well early child development kit. We have some nutrition items. We have of course the tarpaulins for shelter. We have different kits here, drug kits with a lot of different drugs that need to be handled by a doctor. Quite a sensitive item. We have, on this side, we have water family kit for ten families. So one of this kit can gives items to ten families with jerry cans soap, buckets and aqua tabs that you can drop in ten litres jerry cans and have drinking water. We are building a warehouse here. We are expecting to have ten of these in the next ten days. We can build one a day. At the end of the campaign we have our base with living accommodation and work space."


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