JORDAN / ZAATARI REFUGEE WOMEN

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26-Mar-2020 00:03:31
Using natural materials, refugee women in Jordan’s largest refugee camp are making locally produced soap and giving it away to families in need to help prevent COVID-19. The women are trained by UNHCR as part of the Made in Za’atari project which focuses on training women. UNHCR

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STORY: JORDAN / ZA’ATARI REFUGEE WOMEN 26 MAR 20
TRT: 03:31
SOURCE: UNHCR
RESTRICTIONS: PLEASE CREDIT UNHCR ON SCREEN
LANGUAGES: ARABIC / ENGLISH / NATS

DATELINE: 18 MARCH 2020, ZA’ATARI REFUGEE CAMP, JORDAN

SHOTLIST:

1. Wide shot, center where women are making soap
2. Med shot, refugee woman cutting glycerin
3. Close up, glycerin being cut
4. Med shot, hands of women cutting the glycerin
5. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Um Mustafa, Manager, Made in Za’atari:
’’We are a group of women who learned how to make soap to help our families and ourselves.’’
6. Wide shot, women filling soap into shaped casts
7. Close up, soap inside casts and being sprayed with perfume
8. Wide shot, filling soap inside cast and spraying perfume
9. Wide shot, women doing the same action all three together
10. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Um Mustafa, Manager, Made in Za’atari:
‘’We also add different ingredients like colours, perfumes and alcohol to turn them into a product that cleans and sanitizes the hand.’’
11. Med shot, soap being filled with spraying
12. Wide shot, women at work
13. Close up, soap in casts being sprayed with perfume
14. Various shots, soap in different shapes and colors
15. SOUNDBITE (English) Irene Omondi, Za’atari Camp Manager:
“it’s a very good example of sharing with community and keeping up to the hygiene practices at this time.”
16. Med shot, refugee women and UNHCR staff watching soap being boiled
17. Close up, soap being cooked in a kitchen
18. SOUNDBITE (English) Irene Omondi, Za’atari Camp Manager:
“We as UNHCR, we are empowering the women and training them here in made in Za’atari to make different items and using their skills that we have trained them in making soap. They are doing a wonderful job.”
19. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Um Mustafa, Manager, Made in Za’atari:
“We make the soap to help the Syrian refugees because it is an essential and effective product.”
20. Various shots, Um Omar and Um Mustafa leaving the center and walking in the camp
21. Med shot, Um Omar and Um Mustafa knocking on tents and distributing soap
22. Med shot, family taking soap from Um Omar and Um Mustafa
23. Close up, washing hands using the soap made by refugees
24. Close up, box being opened filled with red soap

STORYLINE:

Using natural materials, refugee women in Jordan’s largest refugee camp are making locally produced soap and giving it away to families in need to help prevent COVID-19. The women are trained by UNHCR as part of the Made in Za’atari project which focuses on training women

SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Um Mustafa, Manager, Made in Za’atari:
’’We are a group of women who learned how to make soap to help our families and ourselves.’’

Trained by UNHCR, the women use natural materials

SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Um Mustafa, Manager, Made in Za’atari:
‘’We also add different ingredients like colours, perfumes and alcohol to turn them into a product that cleans and sanitizes the hand.’’

SOUNDBITE (English) Irene Omondi, Za’atari Camp Manager:
“it’s a very good example of sharing with community and keeping up to the hygiene practices at this time.”

SOUNDBITE (English) Irene Omondi, Za’atari Camp Manager:
“We as UNHCR, we are empowering the women and training them here in made in Za’atari to make different items and using their skills that we have trained them in making soap. They are doing a wonderful job.”

SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Um Mustafa, Manager, Made in Za’atari:
“We make the soap to help the Syrian refugees because it is an essential and effective product.”

The programme helps women to develop their skills and ensures refugees can wash their hands safely.
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unifeed200326e
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2542109