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[아이티 대지진, 그후 1년] 학교를 재건하기 위해 폐허로 찾아간 여성

2011.01.06

* UNICEF HAITI EARTHQUAKE ONE-YEAR: Moved by the devastation, a woman steps forward to help build schools in Haiti
* Asset Duration: 03 min 09 secs
* Shoot City: Port-Au-Prince
* Shoot Country: Haiti
* Shoot Date: 01 Dec 2010


"My name is Marie Ginette Mathurin. I've worked for UNICEF since the 21 March 2010, since the earthquake in Haiti. I work for UNICEF as a structural engineer and help UNICEF to build the schools in Haiti."


"On January 12th, I saw desolation. I saw people buried by rubble. People were out on the streets carrying dead people, wounded people, people really suffering. Truly, I don't have the words to say what I saw…"


"After the earthquake, I said to myself "Haiti has a need of her children, Haiti has need of help, and everyone in Haiti who can help needs to help. So, I decided to work for UNICEF that has a good programme of rapid intervention to open schools in Haiti."


"We need to help kids to get to school as quickly as possible, because if we don't give the children the opportunity to go to school, they are going to lose an entire year, and a whole generation is going to be marked by the event. So we need to give the schools a helping hand quickly, and open the schools, so that people have the impression that life is starting again."


"We started to build semi-permanent schools in Haiti, and we hope to get 200 built. UNICEF has achieved three things with the schools: We have built anti-earthquake foundation, built anti-cyclone roofing, and we have created a roof that also combats heat. We have combined three very important elements.The children in their new schools seem very happy."


SOUNDBYTE (French), Sebastian Jean Baptiste, Student, Vison Nouvelle School, Port-au-Prince:
"I feel very happy in the room, and thank you UNICEF, we can study well, we can learn well, and so we'll have a better future."


"The work that I am doing for UNICEF gives me satisfaction, but it is not totally complete, because we are in the middle of building 200 schools. I think that UNICEF wants to do more, and reach more people in Haiti, and if I am still with UNICEF I will help UNICEF do more for young people, who represent more than 60 percent of the Haitian population."

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