BANGLADESH / ROHINGYA WATER

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ENGLISH 14-Sep-2017 00:01:43
UNICEF trucks filled with emergency water, sanitation and hygiene supplies for thousands of Rohingya children are headed to Cox’s Bazar, with a steady stream of supplies in the pipeline for the coming days and weeks. UNICEF
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STORY: BANGLADESH / ROHINGYA WATER
TRT: 01:43
SOURCE: UNICEF
RESTRICTIONS: CREDIT UNICEF FOOTAGE ON SCREEN
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH / NATS

DATELINE: 13 SEPTEMBER 2017, BALUKHALI, COX’S BAZAR, BANGLADESH

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1. Wide shot, UNICEF water truck providing clean drinking water to Rohingya refugees
2. Med shot, people filling containers with water at UNICEF water truck
3. Wide shot, water truck
4. Close up, boy filling bottle with water
5. Wide shot, water truck
6. Close up, people filling containers with water
7. Close up, water pouring into yellow container
8. SOUNDBITE (English) Jean-Jacques Simon, Chief of Communication UNICEF Bangladesh:
“The water truck that we saw bringing clean water to these people who need it very much is extremely important because without clean water, you can get water-borne diseases — children can die. A lot of these people need water every day. They came from the border area — they walked for many days. They come here tired and they need clean water. Clean water is at the centre of this humanitarian crisis.”
9. Med shot, boy filling container
10. Med shot, woman holding large metal container for water
11. Med shot, people filling containers with water
12. Wide shot, small child standing on dirt mound next to makeshift tent
13. Tracking shot, woman walking with water containers through camp
14. Close up, small boy playing with metal spring
15. Various shots, small children gathering near makeshift tent in camp
16. Close up, water bottle held by small boy

STORYLINE:

UNICEF trucks filled with emergency water, sanitation and hygiene supplies for thousands of Rohingya children are headed to Cox’s Bazar, with a steady stream of supplies in the pipeline for the coming days and weeks.

Up to 400,000 Rohingya have fled Myanmar for Bangladesh since August 25, with thousands more arriving every day. Around 60 percent are children, according to preliminary estimates. The sheer number of refugees has overwhelmed pre-existing refugee camps, with new arrivals seeking shelter anywhere they can find space.

SOUNDBITE (English) Jean-Jacques Simon, Chief of Communication UNICEF Bangladesh:
“The water truck that we saw bringing clean water to these people who need it very much is extremely important because without clean water, you can get water-borne diseases — children can die. A lot of these people need water every day. They came from the border area — they walked for many days. They come here tired and they need clean water. Clean water is at the centre of this humanitarian crisis.”

Supplies include detergent powder, soap, and pitchers and jugs for containing water, along with nappies, sanitary napkins, towels and sandals. UNICEF is also supporting the Department of Public Health Engineering with water treatment plants and carriers, and is working with partners on the ground to install and rehabilitate tube wells.

UNICEF has appealed for (USD) 7.3 million to provide emergency support to Rohingya children over the next four months.
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