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OTVOREN TRODNEVNI MUZEJ REALNOSTI Hologramski prikazi dočaravaju patnje u stvarnom svijetu

    AUTOR:
    • Patricia Kiš

  • OBJAVLJENO:
  • 11.12.2017. u 14:00

A newly displaced woman walks with two children at a check point in Qayyara, south of Mosul on October 31, 2016.
On 17 November 2016, with one month of intensified military operations to retake the city of Mosul, tens of thousands of families in newly retaken areas urgently require life-saving assistance and the humanitarian community in Iraq faces a massive scope of need. Nearly 59,000 people have been displaced, about 26,000 of them children. In support of the Government of Iraq, the United Nations and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) have begun to provide assistance to displaced and resident families in newly retaken areas. More than 40,000 displaced people have found shelter in formal camps in three governorates prepared and managed by the Government, the United Nations and national and international NGOs. More than half of the displaced people are women, girls, and female headed households who often are survivors of sexual and other human rights abuses. More than 13,000 displaced people have been taken in by generous host communities or live in public facilities. More than 69,000 people have been given assistance within 48 hours of their displacement, more than 114,000 people have received food rations, more than 14,300 people have been provided with emergency health services and more than 66,000 people were provided with emergency household items and some 124,000 are receiving water, hygiene and sanitation services, including water trucking. Over 6,700 women and girls have received reproductive health consultations, including life-saving assisted deliveries. Some 1,400 sessions have been held to reach survivors of gender based violence. Shelter capacity and services in existing camps are being expanded and improved, and new emergency sites built. More than 100 humanitarian partners are currently assisting people affected by the ongoing military operations according to the humanitarian principles of humanity, neutrality, impartiality and independe
UNICEF/ Romenzi

 

Muzej iluzija ugostit će Muzej realnosti, koji organizira UNICEF od 11. do 13. prosinca, treću godinu za redom. Za ovaj događaj vlada velik interes, do sada ga je posjetilo deset tisuća posjetitelja. Kako djeca odrastaju bez bilo kakvih privilegija, posjetiteljima se nastoji približiti pomoću holograma, videa virtualne stvarnosti, optičkih iluzija, instalacija, fotografija, pripovijedanja.

 

Prethodnih se godina pokušalo dočarati kako je to izgubiti tlo pod nogama uslijed razornog potresa ili iskustvo  prelaska mora gumenim čamcem sl. Ove godine predviđena je posebna soba sjenki: sjene koje djecu koja su stasala u nasilju uvjetima prate čitav život, a posjetitelji će pokušati uloviti i kap pitke vode, ili zaigrati lutriju života

Ovo su neke priča sa izložbe.

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Ibrahim Mahamadou iz Timbuktua star 7 mjeseci

 

Ibrahim iz Timbuktua

Iako Ibrahim ima sedam mjeseci , ima samo 4,25 kilograma. Pati, naime, od teške akutne pothranjenosti s popratnim komplikacijama. U bolnicu ga je iz sela udaljenog stotinu kilometara km dovela majka. Ibrahim je odmah po dolasku u bolnicu stavljen na terapiju UNICEF-ovim terapijskim mlijekom.

Postotak akutne pothranjenosti kod djece u Timbuktuu prelazi 15 posto, što je vrlo kritičan postotak prema standardima WHO-a.

May 14, 2017. Obama Joseph (3) sleeps in a transit tent near the Busia border post. Conflict and famine in South Sudan have led to an exodus of refugees into Uganda. Picture: JAMES OATWAY
Documentation of the impact of conflict and war on children. As a result of conflict in South Sudan, masses of people have fled the country for refuge in neighboring countries including Uganda. Majority of the refugees entering Uganda are children and women. They have been uprooted from their country.
UNICEF/ Oatway

Obama Joseph (3) iz Južnog Sudana spava u izbjegličkom šatoru

 

Chuol iz Južnog Sudana

Dječaku Chuolu, koji živi u izbjeglištvu u močvarama u Južnom Sudanu, život ovisi o dostavi hrane zrakoplovom. Chuolovo selo u Južnom Sudanu bilo je napadnuto. Njegovi roditelji nisu preživjeli. Chuol je uspio pobjeći s bakom na otok u močvari. Usprkos opasnosti od krokodila uspjeli su se probiti na sigurnije mjesto. Hoće li imati što jesti, ovisi o pošiljkama hrane. Svaki put sve je više ljudi na mjestu gdje vreće sa žitaricama padaju iz zrakoplova, a jedan među okupljenima upravo je Choul (na fotografiji je u prvom planu). Nitko ne zna koliko će trajati sukobi. Svjestan da je u trenutku nepravedno izgubio djetinjstvo, ima samo jednu želju: “Da mogu, pretvorio bih se u lava. Pobijedio bih neprijatelja i nakon toga opet se pretvorio u dijete”.

 

Mohammed iz Mjanmara u Bangladešu                                    

Osmogodišnji Mohammed Yasin prognan je iz svog doma u Mjanmaru jer je rođen u manjinskoj muslimanskoj zajednici Rohindže. Jedno je od 70.000 djece kojoj je potrebna hitna humanitarna pomoć.

On 5 September 2017 in Bangladesh, Mohammed Yasin, 8, is amongst the newly arrived Rohingyas living in shelters at the Kutupalong makeshift camp in Cox's Bazar.
By 5 September 2017, more than 146,000 Rohingya refugees fled across the border from Rakhine State, Myanmar, into Cox's Bazar district, Chittagong Division in Bangladesh since 25 August. As many as 80 per cent of the new arrivals are women and children. More than 70 000 children need urgent humanitarian assistance. More than 100,000 of the newly arrived refugees are currently residing in makeshift settlements and official refugee camps that are extremely overcrowded while 10,000 newly arrived refugees are in host communities. In addition, 33,000 arrivals are in new spontaneous sites, which are quickly expanding. While some refugees are making their own shelters, the majority of people are staying in the open, suffering from exhaustion, sickness and hunger. Cox’s Bazar district of Bangladesh is one of the most vulnerable districts, not only for its poor performance in child related indicators but also for its vulnerability to natural hazards. Most people walked 50 or 60 kilometers for up to six days and are in dire need of food, water and protection. Many children are suffering from cold fever as they are drenched in rain and lack additional clothes. Children and adolescents, especially girls, are vulnerable to trafficking as different child trafficking groups are active in the region. Many more children in need of support and protection remain in the areas of northern Rakhine State that have been wracked by violence.
In Bangladesh, UNICEF is scaling up its response to provide refugee children with protection, nutrition, health, water and sanitation support. With the recent influx of refugees, 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 Child Frien
UNICEF/Brown

Mohammed iz Mjanmara

 

Put do izbjegličkog kampa u Bangladešu za Mohammeda je bio težak, može se pročitati uz ovu fotografiju, ali, kako je sam rekao onima koji su ga upitali, opet bi ga prošao da se može vratiti kući.

Dana kada je snimljen, 5. rujna ove godine, zabilježeno je da je preko granice prešlo 146 tisuća izbjeglica, pripadnika ove zajednice. 80 posto među njima su djeca i žene.

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