BANGLADESH / GUTERRES ROHINGYA REFUGEES

02-Jul-2018 00:02:54
UN Secretary-General António Guterres and World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim, joined by the heads of the UN Refugee Agency and UNFPA, visited today the Kutapalong refugee camp in Bangladesh, sheltering Rohingyas who fled Myanmar for Bangladesh during one of the world’s worst humanitarian crises. UNHCR
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STORY: BANGLADESH / GUTERRES ROHINGYA REFUGEES
TRT: 2:54
SOURCE: UNHCR
RESTRICTIONS: PLEASE CREDIT UNHCR ON SCREEN
LANGUAGE: NATS

DATELINE: 2 JULY 2018, KUTUPALONG EXTENSION SITE, COX’S BAZAR, BANGLADESH
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1. Wide shot, convoy arriving
2. Med shot, Guterres and Kim passing by
3. Various shots, delegation with talking with Rohingya refugees
4. Wide shot, Camp 4 Extension Site
5. Wide shot, new shelters
6. Various shots, children in camp
7. Wide shot, Delegation crosses bamboo bridge to get to site
8. Zoom out, delegation passing by
9. Med shot, Guterres shaking hands with refugees
10. Med shot, delegation greeting refugees
11. Various shots, delegation listening to refugees
12. Wide shot, Guterres and Kim shaking hands with boy
13. Close up, Kim smiling
14. Pan right, delegation passing by
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UN Secretary-General António Guterres and World Bank Group President Jim Yong Kim, joined by the heads of the UN Refugee Agency and UNFPA, visited today the Kutapalong refugee camp in Bangladesh, sheltering Rohingyas who fled Myanmar for Bangladesh during one of the world’s worst humanitarian crises.

The visit, aimed at mobilizinge support for the refugees and host community came as humanitarian workers race to relocate increasing number of Rohingya families who face high risk from landslides in the ongoing monsoon season.

The high-level delegation led by Guterres and Kim also includes UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi and UN Population Fund Executive Director Natalia Kanem. The trip is aimed at showing solidarity with the refugees and assessing needs in critically important sectors including health, education, water, sanitation and social protectionmobilizing more support for a key US$950 million humanitarian aid plan for the Rohingya emergency that remains just 26 per cent funded. Days before the visit, the World Bank announced close to half-a-billion US dollars in grant-based support to help Bangladesh address the needs of both Rohingya refugees and host communities in those areas including health, education, water and sanitation.
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