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2006.11.16
A nation is on the move. It’s estimated that more than 10 per cent of China’s population have already left their villages and home towns behind in search of a better life in urban cities. Soundbite (English), Marc Ono, UNICEF Child Protection Officer: “And then these children, when they move to urban areas, because they don’t have household registration, they face different kinds of discrimination.” Sun Zongxian came to the city of Shi Jiazhuang several years ago, along with his family. Considered as “outsiders” and excluded by local children, his daughter – Sun Na – began to confine herself to their apartment. For Sun Na, life took a turn for the better after a pilot project was launched by China’s National Working Committee for Women and Children. With support from UNICEF, the project is designed to protect the rights of migrant children, helping them integrate into their host communities. Soundbite (Chinese) Sun Na, 15, Daughter of a migrant worker: “I like these activities. I can get to know other children, and we learn from each other.” Knowing that his daughter is happy and doing well, Sun Zongxian can finally have piece of mind. Soundbite (Chinese) Sun Zongxian, migrant worker: “Before I was always worried about her. I wasn’t sure if she was doing alright. Now she has a place to go and a chance to play with others, and this allows me to concentrate more on my business.” The project also reaches out to grade schools and kindergartens, where policies have been changed so that migrant children can benefit equally alongside local children. As China continues to grow at an incredible pace, the number of workers migrating, along with their children, will continue to rise. Through this process, lessons learned here by the Chinese Government and UNICEF could have a tremendous impact on the lives of millions of other migrant children all across China. *** Asset Name : UNICEF: Protecting the rights of China’s migrant children Asset Duration: 02 min 38 secs Shoot City: Beijing and Shi Jiazhuang Shoot Country: China Shoot Date: Mar 26 2006
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