AFGHANISTAN / WINTER AID DISTRIBUTION

11-Jan-2022 00:03:54
The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said it was distributing winterization kits in different provinces of Afghanistan to vulnerable families with pregnant and lactating women, families with children with disabilities, female headed households, and others. The kits are part of UNICEF’s emergency response to keep vulnerable children, mothers and families protected during the harsh winter in Afghanistan. UNICEF
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STORY: AFGHANISTAN / WINTER AID DISTRIBUTION
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SOURCE: UNICEF
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DATELINE: 04 JANUARY 2022, HERAT PROVINCE, AFGHANISTAN
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04 JANUARY 2022, HERAT PROVINCE, AFGHANISTAN

1. Wide shot, view of Shaydayee camp
2. Wide shot, child eating breakfast in the Shaydayee camp
3. Med shot, children sitting in shelter with child calling mother in the Shaydayee camp
4. Wide shot, UNICEF non-food items distribution site in Herat
5. Med shot, man unloading winterization kits
6. Various shots, families receiving winterization kits provided by UNICEF
7. Wide shot, men putting tarp on top of tent
8. elderly man sitting in tent with blankets
9. Various shots, families return to Ansar camp after receiving winterization kits
10. Wide shot, children gathered in Ansar camp
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The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said it was distributing winterization kits in different provinces of Afghanistan to vulnerable families with pregnant and lactating women, families with children with disabilities, female headed households, and others. The kits are part of UNICEF’s emergency response to keep vulnerable children, mothers and families protected during the harsh winter in Afghanistan.

According to UNICEF, Afghanistan was already one of the most dangerous places in the world to be a child. Over the past year, the situation has become even more desperate as conflict, drought, and COVID-19 have collided to create a humanitarian emergency.

Essential services are on the brink of collapse, exacerbating the needs of an already vulnerable population. More than half of the population need assistance, including 12.9 million children. As the humanitarian situation continues to deteriorate, outbreaks of life-threatening diseases are putting children’s lives at risk. Tens of thousands of cases of measles have been reported in children so far in 2021, and there have also been outbreaks of acute watery diarrhoea, malaria and dengue fever. 

UNICEF has been on the ground in Afghanistan for 65 years with offices nationwide and a range of partners that support us in delivering assistance to the most vulnerable, especially children. UNICEF said it was now scaling up its lifesaving programmes for children and women – including through the delivery of health, nutrition and safe water to displaced families.
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