BANGLADESH / UNICEF LAKE PRESSER

04-Oct-2017 00:01:16
UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake visited Balukhali Camp in Bangladesh, where Rohingya refugees are staying after fleeing from Myanmar. UNICEF
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STORY: BANGLADESH / UNICEF LAKE PRESSER
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SOURCE: UNICEF
RESTRICTION: PLEASE CREDIT UNICEF ON SCREEN
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH / NATS

DATELINE: SEPTEMBER 2017, COX'S BAZAR DISTRICT, BANGLADESH / 3 OCTOBER 2017, COX'S BAZAR DISTRICT, BANGLADESH
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SEPTEMBER 2017, COX'S BAZAR DISTRICT, BANGLADESH

1. Wide aerial shot, Balukhali camp

3 OCTOBER 2017, COX'S BAZAR DISTRICT, BANGLADESH

2. Med shot, UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake walks through camp
3. Wide shot, UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake walks through camp to UNICEF child-friendly space
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Anthony Lake, Executive Director, United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF):
“For every one of the people and the children – and 60% of them are children – it is not a crisis; it’s a catastrophe.”
6. Med shot, Rohingya women and children in Balukhali camp
7. Wide shot, UNICEF vaccination event in a Rohingya refugee camp

SEPTEMBER 2017, COX'S BAZAR DISTRICT, BANGLADESH

9. Med shot, health worker gives child a vaccination
10. Close up, baby being weighed in UNICEF nutrition centre
11. Med shot, children pump water into metal container
12. Med shot, girl walks through camp with metal container full of water

3 OCTOBER 2017, COX'S BAZAR DISTRICT, BANGLADESH

13. Wide shot, Anthony Lake in child friendly space
14. SOUNDBITE (English) Anthony Lake, Executive Director, United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF):
“It is urgent now, both for the sake of present need and for the sake of the future of all of us, that we do all we can as quickly as we can and thank you for your support.”
15. Med shot, Anthony Lake meeting Rohingya children
16. Wide shot, Anthony Lake walking through camp
STORYLINE
UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake visited Balukhali Camp in Bangladesh, where Rohingya refugees are staying after fleeing from Myanmar.

Speaking to reporters Tuesday (03 Oct) in Bangladesh, UNICEF’s chief Anthony Lake said “for every one of the people and the children – and 60% of them are children – it is not a crisis; it’s a catastrophe.”

He added “it is urgent now, both for the sake of present need and for the sake of the future of all of us, that we do all we can as quickly as we can.”

In a joint statement released today (04 Oct) by Anthony Lake and the Emergency Relief Coordinator Mark Lowcock, they called again on the Myanmar authorities to allow the full resumption of humanitarian action across all of Myanmar's Rakhine state, and will continue to advocate for conditions to be created that allow for people to safely, securely and voluntarily go home.
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