WFP / EBOLA WOMEN

21-Nov-2014 00:02:15
Supporting the medical response to stop the spread of Ebola, that has killed more than 5,100 people, The World Food Programme (WFP) is focusing on meeting the basic food and nutrition needs of affected families and communities in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone. WFP
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STORY: WFP / EBOLA WOMEN
TRT: 2.15
SOURCE: WFP
RESTRICTIONS: NONE
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH / NATS

DATELINE: 12 NOVEMBER 2014, FERRY JUNCTION, FREETOWN SIERRA LEONE / 19 NOVEMBER 2014, ROME, ITALY / 20 NOVEMBER 2014, MONROVIA, LIBERIA /
SHOTLIST
20 NOVEMBER 2014, MONROVIA, LIBERIA

1. Various shots, women in market
2. Med shot, woman and child
3. Close up, child
4. Pan left woman and child carrying buckets of water
5. Med shot, woman washing pots and pans
6. Close up, woman washing pots and pans

19 NOVEMBER 2014, ROME, ITALY

7. SOUNDBITE (English) David Nabarro, UN Special Envoy on Ebola:
"There are some reports that in the countries affected by the Ebola outbreak, that women are particularly at risk. Partly because of their role as healers, partly because of their role as carers in the home and also they are most involved in household activities and this puts them at particular risk of getting infected."

12 NOVEMBER 2014, FERRY JUNCTION, FREETOWN SIERRA LEONE

8. Tilt down, Hawanatu Kamara looking at family photos
9. Close up, family photos
10. SOUNDBITE (Kyro) Hawanatu Kamara, Ebola Survivor:
“When I was in the hospital, we couldn't go anywhere. We stayed inside, lying down in our bed. But at home, I feel fine. I can walk where I want. I cook. I feel fine. So I thank God for that."
11. Various shots, Kamara preparing food
12. Various shots, Kamara giving food to family members

19 NOVEMBER 2014, ROME, ITALY

13. SOUNDBITE (English) David Nabarro, UN Special Envoy on Ebola:
“Good nutrition is a key requirement to enable people to be strong and to fight against the impact of Ebola on their health.”

12 NOVEMBER 2014, FERRY JUNCTION, FREETOWN SIERRA LEONE

14. Various shots, Ebola survivor eating

STORYLINE

Supporting the medical response to stop the spread of Ebola, that has killed more than 5,100 people, The World Food Programme (WFP) is focusing on meeting the basic food and nutrition needs of affected families and communities in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.

The United Nations Special Envoy on Ebola, David Nabarro, said that women are particularly at risk of contracting the disease.

SOUNDBITE (English) David Nabarro, UN Special Envoy on Ebola:
"There are some reports that in the countries affected by the Ebola outbreak, that women are particularly at risk. Partly because of their role as healers, partly because of their role as carers in the home and also they are most involved in household activities and this puts them at particular risk of getting infected."

Hawanatu Kamara is an Ebola survivor who lost three members of her family. Two children were just released from the hospital having survived Ebola.

SOUNDBITE (Kyro) Hawanatu Kamara, Ebola Survivor:
“When I was in the hospital, we couldn't go anywhere. We stayed inside, lying down in our bed. But at home, I feel fine. I can walk where I want. I cook. I feel fine. So I thank God for that."

WFP is providing food for Hawanatu and her family, including 2 children who were just released from the hospital having survived Ebola.

Nearly 1.5 million people have received WFP food assistance since April.

SOUNDBITE (English) David Nabarro, UN Special Envoy on Ebola:
“Good nutrition is a key requirement to enable people to be strong and to fight against the impact of Ebola on their health.”

WFP is using innovative methods including cell phone surveys to assess how the Ebola outbreak is disrupting farming and markets and eroding people’s purchasing
STORYLINE
/ EBOLA WOMEN
TRT: 2.15
SOURCE: WFP
RESTRICTIONS: NONE
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH / NATS

DATELINE: 12 NOVEMBER 2014, FERRY JUNCTION, FREETOWN SIERRA LEONE / 19 NOVEMBER 2014, ROME, ITALY / 20 NOVEMBER 2014, MONROVIA, LIBERIA /

SHOTLIST:

20 NOVEMBER 2014, MONROVIA, LIBERIA

1. Various shots, women in market
2. Med shot, woman and child
3. Close up, child
4. Pan left woman and child carrying buckets of water
5. Med shot, woman washing pots and pans
6. Close up, woman washing pots and pans

19 NOVEMBER 2014, ROME, ITALY

7. SOUNDBITE (English) David Nabarro, UN Special Envoy on Ebola:
"There are some reports that in the countries affected by the Ebola outbreak, that women are particularly at risk. Partly because of their role as healers, partly because of their role as carers in the home and also they are most involved in household activities and this puts them at particular risk of getting infected."

12 NOVEMBER 2014, FERRY JUNCTION, FREETOWN SIERRA LEONE

8. Tilt down, Hawanatu Kamara looking at family photos
9. Close up, family photos
10. SOUNDBITE (Kyro) Hawanatu Kamara, Ebola Survivor:
“When I was in the hospital, we couldn't go anywhere. We stayed inside, lying down in our bed. But at home, I feel fine. I can walk where I want. I cook. I feel fine. So I thank God for that."
11. Various shots, Kamara preparing food
12. Various shots, Kamara giving food to family members

19 NOVEMBER 2014, ROME, ITALY

13. SOUNDBITE (English) David Nabarro, UN Special Envoy on Ebola:
“Good nutrition is a key requirement to enable people to be strong and to fight against the impact of Ebola on their health.”

12 NOVEMBER 2014, FERRY JUNCTION, FREETOWN SIERRA LEONE

14. Various shots, Ebola survivor eating

STORYLINE

Supporting the medical response to stop the spread of Ebola, that has killed more than 5,100 people, The World Food Programme (WFP) is focusing on meeting the basic food and nutrition needs of affected families and communities in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.

The United Nations Special Envoy on Ebola, David Nabarro, said that women are particularly at risk of contracting the disease.

SOUNDBITE (English) David Nabarro, UN Special Envoy on Ebola:
"There are some reports that in the countries affected by the Ebola outbreak, that women are particularly at risk. Partly because of their role as healers, partly because of their role as carers in the home and also they are most involved in household activities and this puts them at particular risk of getting infected."

Hawanatu Kamara is an Ebola survivor who lost three members of her family. Two children were just released from the hospital having survived Ebola.

SOUNDBITE (Kyro) Hawanatu Kamara, Ebola Survivor:
“When I was in the hospital, we couldn't go anywhere. We stayed inside, lying down in our bed. But at home, I feel fine. I can walk where I want. I cook. I feel fine. So I thank God for that."

WFP is providing food for Hawanatu and her family, including 2 children who were just released from the hospital having survived Ebola.

Nearly 1.5 million people have received WFP food assistance since April.

SOUNDBITE (English) David Nabarro, UN Special Envoy on Ebola:
“Good nutrition is a key requirement to enable people to be strong and to fight against the impact of Ebola on their health.”

WFP is using innovative methods including cell phone surveys to assess how the Ebola outbreak is disrupting farming and markets and eroding people’s purchasing power, to help prevent this health crisis from becoming a food and nutrition crisis.

WFP has distributed food to 1.48 million people since April in urban and rural areas. For October alone, WFP distributed food to more than 894,000 people.
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