UNICEF / GAZA WOMEN AND NEWBORNS

10-Nov-2023 00:04:09
More than 150,000 pregnant and lactating women in the Gaza Strip can't access essential services. And the situation gets worse by the hour. UNICEF
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STORY: UNICEF / GAZA WOMEN AND NEWBORNS
TRT: 04:09
SOURCE: UNICEF
RESTRICTIONS: PLEASE CREDIT UNICEF ON SCREEN
LANGUAGES: ARABIC / NATS

DATELINE: 04 NOVEMBER 2023, GAZA
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1. Wide shot, Al-Shifa hospital exterior
2. Wide shot, Al-Shifa hospital exterior
3. Med shot, health worker in neonatal ward
4. Med shot, child in neonatal ward
5. Med shot, child in neonatal ward
6. Med shot, health worker observing child
7. Close up, child in observation
8. Med shot, health worker attending to child in neonatal ward
9. Med shot, health worker attending to child in neonatal ward
10. Close up, Wisam Al Masri with her newborn daughter
11. Med shot, Wisam Al Masri with her daughter at shelter
12. Med shot, Wisam Al Masri with her daughter at shelter
13. Med shot, Wisam Al Masri with her daughter at shelter
14. Med shot, Wisam Al Masri with her daughter at shelter
15. Close up, Wisam Al Masri’s newborn daughter
16. Med shot, Wisam Al Masri with her daughter at shelter
17. Med shot, Wisam Al Masri with her daughter at shelter
18. Med shot, Wisam Al Masri with her daughter at shelter
19. Med shot; Wisam Al Masri with her daughter at shelter
20. Wide shot school converted to shelter for families
21. SOUNDBITE (Arabic) Wisam Al Masri:
“I lived through a night of terror. After that, I showed signs of labour. I had a cesarean section and gave birth to a girl. When I woke up from the surgery, they told me I had to evacuate the hospital immediately. I am now in a school where there is no bathroom, no water and no proper care. I have not checked or cleaned the cesarean section stiches yet. I can’t even take care of my daughter. I haven’t bathed her yet, and I don’t know how to breastfeed her or even how to hug her normally. I can’t do anything.”
22. Various aerial shots, school converted to shelter for families
STORYLINE
More than 150,000 pregnant and lactating women in the Gaza Strip can't access essential services. And the situation gets worse by the hour.

Wisam Al Masri gave birth to her daughter during the ongoing hostilities in the Gaza Strip. She said, "I had a cesarean section and gave birth to a girl. When I woke up from the surgery, they told me that I had to evacuate the hospital immediately."
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