Many Of The Streets Of Gonaives Are Still Impassable A Month After ...

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• Running Time 2:09
• Narrator Name Elizabeth Kiem
Script
Many of the streets of Gonaives are still
impassable a month after storms
pummelled Haiti.
Homes and shops are shuttered and the
schools … buried in mud.
Venette is a senior at Ferdinand Hibbert
School– one of more than 650 schools
across the country too damaged to
accept students. She and her sister have
joined a crew of men in digging out the
lower floors … but even with their hard
work it appears that her school, like
many others will not be ready to open
next week as the government had
hoped.
SOUNDBITE (French) Arnold
Christian, departmental director of the
Ministry of Education:
There are 200 schools in Gonaives to
clean and sanitize. We have 100 more to
rehabilitate and about 26 to rebuild.
The government has acknowledged that
getting schools back in session is
paramount to getting this community on the
road to recovery. UNICEF is helping the
effort with supplies and school furniture.
But the humanitarian situation complicates
the task. Today some 65,000 people are
living in public building in Gonaives,
including schools – these classrooms are
teeming shelters.
SOUNDBITE (French) Sanon Verlaine,
student: I look around and see how
filthy and I think we won’t be able to
come back.
Lala is a mother of five who has lost her
home and her small business. Now she
says she won’t have the money to pay for
her children’s school fees when classes
resume.
In a country where nearly half of all primary
school age children are NOT in school,
Unicef and partners have much work to be
done to improve the prospects for
education.
The government has committed some
funds and resources but to date, less than
Shotlist
1. WS, flooded streets
2. WS, flooded streets
3. WS, Ferdinand Hibbert
secondary school
4. CU, packed mud in school
yard
5. CU, profile student
6. WS, school benches stacked up
7. MS, students shovelling mud
8. MS, sisters in school hallway
9. MS, computer buried in mud
10. SOUNDBITE (French) Arnold
Christian, Departmental
director of the Ministry of
Education: There are 200
schools in Gonaives to clean
and sanitize. We have 100
more to rehabilitate and about
26 to rebuild.
11. MS, boy looking out of
classroom door
12. MS, UNICEF officer in
schoolyard
13. WS, exterior school used as
shelter for displaced
14. MS, interior classroom used as
shelter
15. MS, boy posing in classroom
16. SOUNDBITE (French) Sanon
Verlaine, student: I look around
and see how filthy and I think we
won’t be able to come back.
17. MS, mother in shelter
18. CU, mother speaking in Creole
about school fees
19. WS, mother and daughter
walking in market
20. MS, boy flying kite from
second story house
21. MS, girls walking in street
22. MS, Ministry of Education
sign
23. WS, bulldozer removing dirt
24. CU, bulldozer dumping dirt
25. MS, school bus buried in mud
26. CU, close of boy’s face
twenty percent of the UN appeal to donors
has been met. More aid will be necessary
to help Haiti build back better and Haiti’s
children regain their schools.
• International version split track
• Running Time
2:05
Script
Same as above
Shotlist
Same as above
• Video news footage 1
• Running Time
2:48
Shotlist
Same as above
• FRENCH VERSION
• Running Time
2:06
Script
Apres le ravage des ouragans en Haiti, la plupart des rues des Gonaïves sont
encore impraticables. Les volets desmaisons et des magasins sont fermes et les
écoles ... enterrées sous la boue.
Venette est une éleve en terminale à l'école Ferdinand Hibbert, l'une des 650
écoles à travers le pays trop endommagées pour accepter les eleves. Elle et sa
sœur ont aidé un groupe d'hommes à dégager les étages inférieurs ... mais même
avec leur travail laborieux, il semble que son école, comme beaucoup d'autres, ne
sera pas prête à ouvrir la semaine prochaine comme le gouvernement l’avait
espéré.
SOUNDBITE (French) Arnold Christian, departmental director of the Ministry of
Education:
Le gouvernement a reconnu que remettre les écoles en état de fonctionnement est
essentiel au retablissement de la communeaute. L'UNICEF apporte son aide en
procurant fournitures et mobilier scolaire.
Mais la situation humanitaire complique la tâche. Aujourd'hui, quelque 65.000
personnes aux Gonaives vivent dans des établissements publics, y compris dans
les écoles - les salles de classe abritent énormément de gens.
SOUNDBITE (French) Sanon Verlaine:
Lala est une mère de cinq enfants qui a perdu sa maison et sa petite
entreprise. Maintenant, elle dit qu'elle n'aura pas l'argent pour payer les
frais de scolarité de ses enfants lorsque les cours reprendront.
Dans un pays où près de la moitié des enfants de niveau primaire ne vont pas
l'école, l'UNICEF et ses partenaires ont beaucoup de travail à faire pour
améliorer les perspectives de l'éducation.
Le gouvernement a réservé des fonds et des ressources, mais à ce jour, moins de
vingt pour cent de l'appel de financement d’urgence de l’ONU a été atteint.
Davantage d'aide sera nécessaire pour aider Haïti à se reconstruire et les enfants
haïtiens à retrouver leurs écoles.
UNICEF PSA
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