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Lyndsay Janzen

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Transcript of Jose UNICEF

UNICEF By: Jose Antonio Maza and Kinari Takashima What Happend

On January 12 2010 at 5:00 pm local time Port-au-Prince, Haiti was devastated by a 7.0 magnitude earthquake. Over 300,000 people lost their lives and 200,000 were injured. 2.2 million People were left homeless. This was a HUGE change for Haiti.

How bad was it? This is how the haitian
national palace looked
before and after. Even before the earthquake Haiti was already the poorest country in the western hemisphere. First of all half of the children were not vaccinated. Secondly 40% of the kids’ population did not receive basic medical care. Another problem is hygiene. Hygiene is a disease. 90% of the children suffer from water born disease. About 5% of Haiti‘s population is infected with HIV. Also 30,000 people in Haiti suffer of malaria. Haiti counts 15,200 primary schools, of which 90% are non public. How was life kids of Haiti
before the earthquake?
Firstly many of the kids lost their parents so a few have adopted. Also lots of children have been injured so they need medication and some may not even recover. Many of the kids are being taken to the northern part of Haiti. Many of the children and their families are moving to another country. UNICEF is trying to help orphans by trying to contact their relatives. How did the earthquake affect life for the kids of Haiti? UNICEF is helping by setting up two boats to serve as hospitals. Also UNICEF
is supplying 10,000 families with food water and basic medical care. Also UNICEF set up 50 schools across port-au-prince. Charlie Simpson is raising 65,000$ a day for UNICEF.UNICEF and The World Food Program are supplying Haiti with 2 tons of frozen food. UNICEF is giving people tents for the rainy season. Also UNICEF is setting up two school tents (one is for kids from 5 to 12 years and another for kids from 13 to 17 years.) UNICEF and the UN have sent the UN police to patrol the streets of Port-au-Prince.
This is how UNICEF is is helping Haiti. Thank you!!
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