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2010.05.17

* UNICEF uses song to promote health in Syria
* 시간: 02 min 33 secs
* 촬영도시: Al-Hasakeh, Syria
* 촬영국가: Syria
* 촬영일자: 15 Feb 2010


Syrian schools are boisterous and loud. If the playground's quiet it likely means it's noisy elsewhere.


And so it is here. Where songs, theatre and poetry have always been an important part of life - used to communicate the important things.


Now, these songs are being employed as one of the building blocks of numerous UNICEF and European Union initiated workshops designed to promote healthcare and hygiene in Syrian schools.


SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Issa, Class Participant "The teeth are useful and they are important for making the face beautiful. I taught my little brother that he should clean his teeth after every meal and before sleep so he won't have rotten teeth."


SOUNDBITE (English) Beatriz Garcia, Head of Project, Action Against Hunger
"The kids seem to enjoy the workshop. It's playful, they are enjoying the songs, the plays, drawings that they are doing. The aim of the training for teachers is to improve the teaching techniques. It's just the way, you know, the approach. Trying to find dynamics in a playful way that can catch the attention of the kids."


By working with the Ministry of Education to create fun ways to learn, UNICEF, the European Union, and their local partners such as Action Against Hunger are producing a revamped health curriculum in Syrian schools.


The model has proved successful in Syria not only with the kids but with the whole community who are repaying the investment in full. Volunteers have been pouring into once ignored schools. Individuals like this music teacher.


SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Estaz Rayed, Volunteer Music Teacher
"I am very happy when the kids are around me playing music. I feel like I own the world."


SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Munir Abdel UNIR ABDEL, Director of Education for Hassekeh
"This project has reflected particularly on our schools in many aspects. The safety, psychological comfort and health in the school and the student's happiness and this has definitely had a positive effect on education."


The Syrian education system has been particularly stretched as of late. The reason is clear, here, just miles from the border and the restive Northern Iraqi town of Mosul where the scars of war have yet to heal.


In Syria, UNICEF and the European Union are working through training, rehabilitation and supply to improve the health of the education system, for Iraqi refugees, for Syrians and for the population as a whole.

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