CAR / MUELLER VISIT

21-Feb-2018 00:01:58
During the second day of her visit to the Central African Republic (CAR), UN Deputy Emergency Relief Coordinator, Ursula Mueller, met with women in the town of Bangui’s Boulata District. OCHA
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STORY: CAR / MUELLER VISIT
TRT: 02:00
SOURCE: OCHA
RESTRICTION: PLEASE CREDIT OCHA ON SCREEN
LANGUAGE: ENGLISH / FRENCH / NATS

DATELINE: 21 FEBRUARY 2018, BANGUI TOWN, BOULATA DISTRICT, THE CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC
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1. Wide shot, a destroyed house in Boulata District
2. Med shot, a destroyed house in Boulata District
3. Wide shot, Women marching in Boulata
4. Wide shot, Ursula Mueller is welcoming by women of Boulata
5. Med shot, Ursula Mueller is welcoming by the Mayor of Boulata
6. UPSOUND (French) the Mayor of Boulata District:
“Thank you for thinking about us, thank you for the humanitarian support by the different institutions that you rule. Thank you for being concerned about the situation of our country, Central African Republic.”
7. Close up, Ursula Mueller is greeting the Mayor of Boulata
8. Close up, a woman from Boulata district
9. Med shot, Ursula Mueller is meeting a woman from Boulata
9. UPSOUND (English) Ursula Mueller, Assistant Secretary-General and Deputy Emergency Relief Coordinator, United Nations:
“I'm very honored to meet such powerful women here.”
10. UPSOUND (French), chief of Boulata District:
“We will show you the district which was destroyed the 5 December 2013.”
11. Wide shot, A destroyed house in Boulata district
12. Med shot, A destroyed house in Boulata district
13. Med shot, Mueller listening to a district chief
14. Med shot, Mueller speaking with a district chief
15. Wide shot, Women of Boulata at the end of the march.
16. Med shot, Women of Boulata at the end of the march.
17. Wide shot, Women of Boulata district are laughing
STORYLINE
During the second day of her visit to the Central African Republic (CAR), UN Deputy Emergency Relief Coordinator, Ursula Mueller, met with women in the town of Bangui’s Boulata District.

In December 2017, the "Christmas at home" operation allowed the dismantling of some 30 sites and the return and relocation of 50,000 people to the Bangui neighborhoods and the neighboring area of Bimbo.

Those Internal Displaced Persons (IDPs) have mainly returned or relocated to neighborhoods of the 3rd and 5th district of Bangui and in the commune of Bimbo III.

The returnees have generated new needs for accessing to drinking water, shelter as well as putting great pressure on existing basic social infrastructures, most of which were non-functional or had been totally destroyed during the peak of the crisis in 2013-2014.
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