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2009.04.28

* Asset Name : UNICEF works with European Commission to provide counselling for Gazan children
* Asset Duration: 02 min 14 secs
* Shoot City: Gaza
* Shoot Country: Palestine
* Shoot Date: 22 Apr 2009


The streets of Gaza are safer now than during the dark days of January.


But the shadow of the recent conflict still falls across young lives.


SOT Sarah Hassan al Najaar 12 years old:
"Before the invasion, we had a happy life, we used to have a garden, very nice garden, me and my other brothers and sister used to play in it, our toys and our memories were in that garden, everything in it was very nice, but after the war, this garden is gone. It disappeared with everything that used to be in it, it was replaced with destruction. Now, our life has turned into hell and is full of sadness."


Sarah is receiving help from the Palestinian Center for Democracy and Conflict Resolution which is supported by UNICEF and ECHO—the European Commission Humanitarian aid department.


ECHO has been funding UNICEF's work in the region since 2003.


Counselling sessions and games are helping children like Sarah to cope with the turmoil in their lives.


A United Nations survey estimates that the conflict has left almost two thirds of families – including up to 28,000 children – in need of emotional and psychological help.


SOT Sarah Hassan al Najaar 12 years old:
"Before I attended the sessions I was very sad and felt a burden. I was lonely. I didn't find anyone to help. But now after they have set up this UNICEF camp, I started to attend and found that all my friends are here, my life changed and is better than before. My friends shared my grief."


Prior to January Gazans had suffered for years due to blockades, poverty and lack of social services.


The recent conflict has made UNICEF and ECHO's mission to provide children with a safe environment and a sense of security more critical than ever.

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