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2014.09.18

* UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Lionel Messi visits earthquake ravaged Haiti
* 시간: 02 min 18 secs
* 촬영도시: Port-Au Prince
* 촬영국가: Haiti
* 촬영일자: 19 Jul 2010


UNICEF Goodwill ambassador Lionel Messi makes his first official visit to Port au Prince Haiti.


LIONEL MESSI, UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador
The truth is that I didn't expect it to be this way, it surprised me that people treat me in this manner and that I could get a smile out of people who have gone through such difficult times.


At the UNICEF HAITI Headquarters, Mr. MESSI had a chance to meet with a group of Haitian children who live at the camp and participate in a Sports for Development program.


These children - and many others – are participatants in a psycho social rehabilitation program, implemented by UNICEF and its partner, the HAITIAN OLYMPIC COMMITTEE. Recreation and play are vital to the happiness, health and well-being of all children, particularly those who are living through a crisis situation.


LIONEL MESSI, UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador
Me ayudo muchisimo. // creo que hay muchas cosas que uno hace adentro de la cancha que lo ayuda para mas tarde en la vida.


ENGLISH TRANSLATION:
Sports helped me a lot. // I think there are many things that one does in inside the football field that helps one later in life.


Life inside the camp is desperate for everyone, and particularly for children. But with the help of programs like the Sports for development, children find a safe place where they can be cared for, deal with the traumas of the past and learn valuable lessons for the future.


LIONEL MESSI, UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador
Que hay que hacer mucho trabajo y darle mucho valor a Haiti y ayudar en todo lo que se pueda porque hace falta mucho trabajo para cambiar todo lo que vi. Practicamente no le quedo nada y le va a costar volver a remontar.


English: We have to work a lot and value Haiti and help in everything that is happening because we need a lot of work to change all that I saw. Haiti has practically nothing and it will take a lot for Haiti to rise again.