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2010.03.26

* UNICEF and its partners continue to supply safe water to over 900,000 Haitian people every day.
* 시간: 02 min 05 secs
* 촬영도시: Port-Au-Prince
* 촬영국가: Haiti
* 촬영일자: 11 Feb 2010


A month after the magnitude 7 earthquake devastated large part of the country, Haitians have entered a symbolic 3 days of reflection. 3 days originally set aside for the annual carnival they now reflect on the 210,000 lives lost, the 300,000 injured and the 1.2 million displaced. They reflect on the destruction of their homes, their towns and their capital city.


But a massive aid effort is underway to assist Haiti's devastated population. Despite losing its own office and storage facilities in the quake, UNICEF was quick to respond and has been hard at work, along with NGO partners and government to provide support wherever possible.


SOT Louis-George Arsenault, UNICEF Director of Emergency Operations (English)
"Once someone has arrived and seen by themselves, with their own eyes the level of the situation for the people on the ground and also a country I think that was a month ago on its knees is really now flat out, so what UNICEF has been focusing on in the first place is on survival. We've been able to catch up quickly the water supply which has been our main life saving activity and this is being supplemented by food with WFP and other activities, so that's a very good combination of life saving measures."


One month on, over 900,000 people are receiving clean water every day at 300 sites across Port-au-Prince, Leogane, and Jacmel. Latrines and showers have been and are continuing to be built in camps throughout the affected areas.

Within the coming weeks over 3000 latrines will have been built by UNICEF and partners Oxfam, CARE and the Red Cross in Port-au-Prince alone.

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