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중국정부와 함께 펼치는 지진 피해자들을 위한 심리치료 프로그램

2008.05.29

* UNICEF works with Chinese government to heal psychological wounds of earthquake
* 02 min 05 secs
* 19 May 2008

Jiuzhou Stadium in Mianyang City is about sixty kilometers away from the earthquake zone and is now home to up to 12,000 displaced survivors. Just a fraction of the more than 5 million people who are homeless in Sichuan province. Many of the children living in the stadium were orphaned by last week’s quake. Almost all have terrible memories.

Cheng Yunfu (Mandarin/English translation), Student
"One of my classmates was crushed dead and several were injured."

Zhang Jiewan (Mandarin/English translation), Student
"One teacher lost her unborn baby in an effort to rescue her student."

The people of the region are supporting the survivors, delivering food and helping them adjust to their new circumstances. Children are receiving psychological support.

Guo Wei (Mandarin/English translation), Psychologist
"Children who lost contact with their family display anxiety. After the disaster, the children show different degrees of fear and insomnia, and are often afraid to be left alone."

Wang Yue, a primary school student, cannot think about that dreadful day without crying.
SOT Wang Yue (Mandarin/English translation), Student
"When the earthquake happened, I just finished my work in the vegetable garden, and planned to watch TV. In less than a minute, the earth started to quake. I didn’t know it was an earthquake in the first place. My only thought was to rush out. When I escaped narrowly, the house just fell to the ground."

UNICEF is working with the government of China to provide immediate help to heal the emotional wounds that these and the tens and thousands of other young children who are suffering in the aftermath of the earthquake. Their highest priority will be children who have been separated from their parents.


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