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2009.12.11

* UNICEF: The Child Care System Reform Conference In Moldova
* 시간: 02 min 52 secs
* 촬영도시: Chisnau
* 촬영국가: Moldova
* 촬영일자: 24 Nov 2009


A heart wrenching message scrawled on a carriage: "Mum, come back home!"


As the night train for Moscow leaves Chisinau, it takes away a mother, forced to leave her family behind to seek work.


This is a short film produced through UNICEF's One Minute Junior programme. But for 15 year film maker Tudor, art is inspired by harsh reality.


Tudor is one of 9 siblings abandoned when their mother moved to Russia to find work.


Home is now a large institution housing more than 300 children near Chisinau.


SOUNDBITE: (Moldovan) Tudor Culeanu (15)
"This film was a great possibility for me to tell the world that I have a dream for my mother to come back home and I would like other children to have this possibility to make a film about their lives."


Several short films produced by Moldovan children were presented in Chisinau at a high-level conference on Child Care System Reform.


Delegates from Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine agreed to develop community-based services and phase out state-run children's institutions.


Out of an estimated two-million children who are in institutionalised care around the world, more than 800,000 come from Central and Eastern Europe and Commonwealth of Independent States.


Many young and disabled children are abandoned in institutions or living at home without specialised care.


To help prevent separating children from their families, governments were urged to accelerate child care reforms by reallocating existing social and family support resources.


SOUNDBITE: (ENGLISH) Steven Allen, UNICEF Regional Director Central and Eastern Europe and Commonwealth of Independent States "I hope this meeting will achieve for the five countries that are here, a new energy and a commitment to reforming child care systems, so that children in institutions separated by their families either by economic crisis or migration can find a new way to be cared for, and indeed, be reunited with their natural families."


Poverty, migration and disabilities often push families to abandon their children.


Tudor hopes his story will not only reach parents facing similar problems to his family but also leaders in governments that can make a real difference in the lives of children living in institutions.

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