聯合國兒童基金會為緬甸若開邦受暴力衝突影響的兒童提供援助

 

聯合國兒童基金會為緬甸若開邦受暴力衝突影響的兒童提供援助

On 5 September 2017 in Bangladesh, newly arrived Rohingya families prepare to build a shelter at the Kutupalang makeshift camp in Cox's Bazar.

As of 31 August 2017 in Bangladesh, UNICEF is working in Cox’s Bazar to address the needs of Rohingya children and their families as well as host communities. UNICEF has already built eight functioning Child Friendly Spaces (CFSs) for Rohingya children and adolescents, providing children with psychosocial and recreational support. UNICEF has initiated the screening of children for malnutrition, and the vaccination of children aged 9-59 months against Measles and Rubella - in the makeshift settlements and hard-to-reach host communities. More than 15,200 people now have access to safe drinking water and 9,700 people are provided with improved sanitation facilities in host communities.

With the recent influx of Rohingyas – more than 80% of them are children and women - the demand has increased and UNICEF is working to mobilize more support and strengthen its existing activities. For recreational and psychosocial support to the newly arrived Rohingya children, 33 mobile CFSs are now operational with 100 recreational kits, Education in Emergency (EiE) kits and trained teachers. These mobile child friendly spaces have already provided psychosocial support to 226 newly arrived Rohingya children. Separated and unaccompanied children are also being identified through Child Friendly Spaces and community outreach. Over 100 adolescent clubs are operational in host and makeshift settlements to provide life-skills education through outreach activities.

© UNICEF/UN0119122/Brown

2017年9月5日,羅興亞人剛抵達孟加拉科克斯巴紮爾的庫圖巴朗,準備在臨時難民營搭建棲身之所。

聯合國兒童基金會(UNICEF)執行主任安東尼‧雷克表示,自8月25日,超過12.5萬名羅興亞難民從緬甸若開邦跨越邊境,逃往孟加拉,8成是婦女和兒童,更多急需支持和保護的兒童仍困在受暴力衝突破壞的若開邦北部地區。

UNICEF在孟加拉加強支援難民兒童,為他們提供保護、營養、健康、食水、環境衞生支援。

目前UNICEF仍未能進入受影響的若開邦北部地區,無法幫助布迪當和孟都地區2.8萬名曾接受社交心理輔導的兒童及超過4,000名曾接受營養不良治療的兒童。食水和環境衞生工作、校舍維修被迫暫停。

身處邊境的兒童急需幫助和保護。

On 5 September 2017 in Bangladesh, Mohammed Yasin, 8, is amongst the newly arrived Rohingya families living in shelters at the Kutupalang makeshift camp in Cox's Bazar. As of 31 August 2017 in Bangladesh, UNICEF is working in Cox’s Bazar to address the needs of Rohingya children and their families as well as host communities. UNICEF has already built eight functioning Child Friendly Spaces (CFSs) for Rohingya children and adolescents, providing children with psychosocial and recreational support. UNICEF has initiated the screening of children for malnutrition, and the vaccination of children aged 9-59 months against Measles and Rubella - in the makeshift settlements and hard-to-reach host communities. More than 15,200 people now have access to safe drinking water and 9,700 people are provided with improved sanitation facilities in host communities. With the recent influx of Rohingyas – more than 80% of them are children and women - the demand has increased and UNICEF is working to mobilize more support and strengthen its existing activities. For recreational and psychosocial support to the newly arrived Rohingya children, 33 mobile CFSs are now operational with 100 recreational kits, Education in Emergency (EiE) kits and trained teachers. These mobile child friendly spaces have already provided psychosocial support to 226 newly arrived Rohingya children. Separated and unaccompanied children are also being identified through Child Friendly Spaces and community outreach. Over 100 adolescent clubs are operational in host and makeshift settlements to provide life-skills education through outreach activities.

© UNICEF/UN0119119/Brown

受影響人士中,8成是婦女和兒童。

孟加拉應急措施

UNICEF為羅興亞兒童和青少年設立8個正常運作的「兒童友好家園」,為他們提供社交心理輔導和娛樂。UNICEF亦在臨時安置點和難以覆蓋的東道社區對兒童進行營養不良篩檢,為9個月至59個月大的兒童接種麻疹和德國麻疹疫苗。東道社區超過1.52萬人可獲得安全食水,9,700人獲得已改良的環境衞生設施。

On 5 September 2017 in Bangladesh, newly arrived Rohingya families ride in a truck to the Kutupalang makeshift camp in Cox's Bazar. As of 31 August 2017 in Bangladesh, UNICEF is working in Cox’s Bazar to address the needs of Rohingya children and their families as well as host communities. UNICEF has already built eight functioning Child Friendly Spaces (CFSs) for Rohingya children and adolescents, providing children with psychosocial and recreational support. UNICEF has initiated the screening of children for malnutrition, and the vaccination of children aged 9-59 months against Measles and Rubella - in the makeshift settlements and hard-to-reach host communities. More than 15,200 people now have access to safe drinking water and 9,700 people are provided with improved sanitation facilities in host communities. With the recent influx of Rohingyas – more than 80% of them are children and women - the demand has increased and UNICEF is working to mobilize more support and strengthen its existing activities. For recreational and psychosocial support to the newly arrived Rohingya children, 33 mobile CFSs are now operational with 100 recreational kits, Education in Emergency (EiE) kits and trained teachers. These mobile child friendly spaces have already provided psychosocial support to 226 newly arrived Rohingya children. Separated and unaccompanied children are also being identified through Child Friendly Spaces and community outreach. Over 100 adolescent clubs are operational in host and makeshift settlements to provide life-skills education through outreach activities.

© UNICEF/UN0119116/Brown

剛抵達的羅興亞家庭乘坐貨車,前往孟加拉科克斯巴紮爾的庫圖巴朗臨時難民營。

大量羅興亞人湧入孟加拉(超過8成是婦女和兒童),需求隨之增加。UNICEF致力獲得更多資源,加強現有支援,為羅興亞兒童提供社交心理輔導和娛樂。UNICEF目前有33個流動「兒童友好家園」,配備100套娛樂設施、應急教育用品套裝和受培訓老師。「兒童友好家園」已為226名羅興亞兒童提供社交心理輔導。「兒童友好家園」和社區外展服務為無人陪伴和與家人失散的兒童確認身份。同時,UNICEF還派發個人衞生用品套裝和淨水丸。

On 5 September 2017 in Bangladesh, newly arrived Rohingya families prepare to build a shelter at the Kutupalang makeshift camp in Cox's Bazar. As of 31 August 2017 in Bangladesh, UNICEF is working in Cox’s Bazar to address the needs of Rohingya children and their families as well as host communities. UNICEF has already built eight functioning Child Friendly Spaces (CFSs) for Rohingya children and adolescents, providing children with psychosocial and recreational support. UNICEF has initiated the screening of children for malnutrition, and the vaccination of children aged 9-59 months against Measles and Rubella - in the makeshift settlements and hard-to-reach host communities. More than 15,200 people now have access to safe drinking water and 9,700 people are provided with improved sanitation facilities in host communities. With the recent influx of Rohingyas – more than 80% of them are children and women - the demand has increased and UNICEF is working to mobilize more support and strengthen its existing activities. For recreational and psychosocial support to the newly arrived Rohingya children, 33 mobile CFSs are now operational with 100 recreational kits, Education in Emergency (EiE) kits and trained teachers. These mobile child friendly spaces have already provided psychosocial support to 226 newly arrived Rohingya children. Separated and unaccompanied children are also being identified through Child Friendly Spaces and community outreach. Over 100 adolescent clubs are operational in host and makeshift settlements to provide life-skills education through outreach activities.

© UNICEF/UN0119124/Brown

孟加拉臨時難民營。

On 5 September 2017 in Bangladesh, newly arrived Rohingya families carry plastic sheeting to build a shelter at the Kutupalang makeshift camp in Cox's Bazar. As of 31 August 2017 in Bangladesh, UNICEF is working in Cox’s Bazar to address the needs of Rohingya children and their families as well as host communities. UNICEF has already built eight functioning Child Friendly Spaces (CFSs) for Rohingya children and adolescents, providing children with psychosocial and recreational support. UNICEF has initiated the screening of children for malnutrition, and the vaccination of children aged 9-59 months against Measles and Rubella - in the makeshift settlements and hard-to-reach host communities. More than 15,200 people now have access to safe drinking water and 9,700 people are provided with improved sanitation facilities in host communities. With the recent influx of Rohingyas – more than 80% of them are children and women - the demand has increased and UNICEF is working to mobilize more support and strengthen its existing activities. For recreational and psychosocial support to the newly arrived Rohingya children, 33 mobile CFSs are now operational with 100 recreational kits, Education in Emergency (EiE) kits and trained teachers. These mobile child friendly spaces have already provided psychosocial support to 226 newly arrived Rohingya children. Separated and unaccompanied children are also being identified through Child Friendly Spaces and community outreach. Over 100 adolescent clubs are operational in host and makeshift settlements to provide life-skills education through outreach activities.

© UNICEF/UN0119113/Brown

羅興亞人剛抵達孟加拉科克斯巴紮爾的庫圖巴朗,準備在臨時難民營搭建棲身之所。

UNICEF發出港幣3,900萬元籌募呼籲,支援剛抵達科克斯巴紮爾的羅興亞人。