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2010.07.23

* UNICEF - Milestones and looking forward at six months in Haiti
* 시간: 03 min 57 secs
* 촬영도시: Port-au-Prince
* 촬영국가: Haiti
* 촬영일자: 06 Jul 2010


UNICEF has just released a detailed report chronicling relief efforts following Haiti's January 12th earthquake.


Titled "Children of Haiti: Milestones and looking forward at six months," the report begins by asking the question, "What did not happen following the earthquake?"


SOUNDBITE (English), Françoise Gruloos-Ackermans, UNICEF Representative in Haiti:
"We had no major outbreak. No major diseases all around, epidemic. And this is something that we have to say.
Why? Because we have been quite good in delivering water, in supporting sanitation, providing food – our colleagues from the World Food Program. And so on and so forth. I think this is important to mention. We said at the beginning that we wanted to stabilize things."


Despite the internal displacement of 1.6 million Haitians, there was no deterioration of the humanitarian situation and no increase in malnutrition. Today, UNICEF is providing safe water to 333,000 people and supporting 126 outpatient therapeutic feeding programs, which provide life-saving care to malnourished children.


Camille Stephenea is a young, single mother who's benefitting from a UNICEF-supported baby tent in a camp near
the airport in Port-au-Prince. Her husband was killed in the earthquake and now she's living alone in a tent with her infant son.


The baby tent offers her a safe, private area to breastfeed her son.


SOUNDBITE (Haitian Creole), Camille Stephenea, Earthquake Survivor:"When I came to the baby tent, I loved it
because they give me a lot of good advice and they help me with the baby: how to give him affection, and how to
prevent infection and illness," she tells a visitor.


Another key challenge is sanitation. UNICEF and its implementing partners have accelerated latrine construction, with more than 9,000 units installed. UNICEF has also supported the training of some 2,200 individuals to visit affected areas and teach proper hygiene practices, such as hand washing with soap.


On the crucial topic of child protection, one of the protective measures UNICEF has taken is working to ensure that children being moved across international borders are not being trafficked or exposed to other risks.


To date, more than 6,000 cases of children being moved have been assessed, with dozens of children reunited with
their families as a result.


There is perhaps no area with greater room for improvement than education. Before January 12th, only fifty-five
percent of Haitian children attende

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