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2010.07.08

* UNICEF provides ongoing emergency support to the people of Kyrgyzstan in the wake of the ethnic violence
* 시간: 02 min 16 secs
* 촬영도시: Osh
* 촬영국가: Kyrgyzstan
* 촬영일자: 01 Jul 2010


Out in the streets of Osh, assessing the needs of a traumatized community.


From one neighbor to the next, similar despairing stories amid the ruins of their homes.


In parts of this city, whole streets have been devastated. And at the main hospital more tears.


The wards still treating those caught up in the wave of violence, and many still asking why.


SOUNDBITE - Tursunai Mamanova, Patient 
"We want to live in peace with our neighbors. I want to say to everyone, and to our government that what we want peace."


This hospital was in the front line of the response, dealing with hundreds killed, and treating more than 15-hundred injured.


SOUNDBITE- Gulbara Kenjebayeva, Deputy Director, Osh Provincial Hospital.
"UNICEF were among the first to help us in the earliest days. All the medical and surgical kits they provided, were very important when we were delivering aid in the camps, and later for delivering care in the community."


At the nearby border with Uzbekistan, the long awaited arrival of a convoy of United Nations aid.


Among the UNICEF supplies, tonnes of health and hygiene essentials. Including treatments for diarrhea as well as nutritional and vitamin supplements for children.


But more than the physical destruction around Osh, has been the emotional and psychological damage.


SOUNDBITE (English) Samphe Lhalungpa – UNICEF Acting Officer in Charge, Kyrgyzstan: "There is at the same time, very critical work that needs to start and has started in re-establishing trust, helping communities to re-establish trust and comfidence in their institutions." We must also state that there were communities, mixed ethnic communities, that boarded up their streets and helped each other for a week. And they basically said we don't want this carnage. We live together and we'll help each other."


Dilya told us her five year old son, Muradillo ran into the house terrified when he saw a Kyrgyz stranger in the street the day before, fearing another attack.


But amid the despair, signs of hope.
SOUNDBITE (English) Samphe Lhalungpa – UNICEF Acting Officer in Charge, Kyrgyzstan: " We must also state that there were communities, mixed ethnic communities, that boarded up their streets and helped each other for a week. And they basically said we don't want this carnage. We live together and we'll help each other."

In all the re-building efforts to come, that sense of community may prove to b

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