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Brigitta applies a mixture of tai qi and traditional massage. ... Close up, boy's head being massaged. 3. ... MS girls playing with dolls in children's centre. 18.

SCRIPT With careful strokes, Brigitta Renyaan tries to massage away the psychological trauma of children coping with the tsunami. Brigitta is a Catholic nun who has spent years treating young victims of sectarian violence on the Indonesian island of Ambon. She says her experience there connects her with young Acehnese, who have also grown up in a region long afflicted by violence. “Acehnese children have a two-part trauma. Not only are they dealing with the trauma from the tsunami but the also have years of trauma from the rebel conflict.” Brigitta applies a mixture of tai qi and traditional massage. She says her technique can lower fevers and help young people cast away their sadness. “I use the energy within my body to transmit it to the other person and this energy empowers that person to heal themselves.” Brigitta works for a Muslim aid organization at one of 17 UNICEF supported children’s centres across Aceh province. These centres provide a variety of activities for more than eight thousand children, including basic education, drawing, playing games, and dancing. (up sound dancing) The children centres are also the focal point for the registration and tracing of children separated from family members. So far more than 1200 been documented, with their photos and personal information sent to a central database. These centres not only offer children a temporary escape from the horrors they’ve seen; they also give them a forum to rebuild social networks. “UNICEF strongly believes that building a safe and protective environment for children in emergencies, and in general, in a stable situation, is the best way to support their recovery and the healing process.” Every week, one children’s centre on the outskirts of Banda Aceh holds a special activity on the beach. Just meters from the sea that brought so much devastation, the children compete in drawing contests and games. For a few hours at least, the tragedy is all but forgotten. In Banda Aceh, Indonesia, this is Steve Nettleton reporting for UNICEF. For every child, advance humanity.

SHOTLIST BANDA ACEH 1. Medium shot, Brigitta Renyaan massaging scalp of boy inside tent 2. Close up, boy’s head being massaged 3. CU Brigitta Renyaan’s face 4. CU boy’s head, Brigitta moves to other side 5. WS Brigitta pulling boy’s fingers 6. CU Brigitta’s hand pulling fingers 7. CU boy’s face 8. SOUNDBITE: Indonesian; BRIGITTA RENYAAN; “Acehnese children have a twopart trauma. Not only are they dealing with the trauma from the tsunami but the also have years of trauma from the rebel conflict.” 9. WS Brigitta leading group of children in massage therapy 10. CU Brigitta tapping her face 11. CU boy tapping his face 12. WS Brigitta massaging boy’s shoulders 13. CU Brigitta’s fingers massaging shoulder 14. SOUNDBITE, Indonesian; BRIGITTA RENYAAN; “I use the energy within my body to transmit it to the other person and this energy empowers that person to heal themselves.” 15. Reverse angle of Brigitta leading group therapy 16. Exterior of children’s centre in Banda Aceh 17. MS girls playing with dolls in children’s centre 18. WS children drawing in centre 19. CU pencil drawing on paper

20. MS girls dancing at children’s centre 21. CU girl’s feet as she dances 22. MS girls dancing 23 – 24. Parents of missing children look at photos of registered children at children’s centre 25 – 26. Photos of registered children (surviving children registered at children’s centre) 27. Volunteer at children’s centre putting registrations into computer 28. WS children playing game in children’s centre 29. CU playing chess 30. WS boys playing chess in tent 31. SOUNDBITE, English; ISABELLA CASTROGIOVANNI, Child Protection Officer; “UNICEF strongly believes that building a safe and protective environment for children in emergencies, and in general, in a stable situation, is the best way to support their recovery and the healing process.” 32. WS children’s activity on beach outside Banda Aceh 33. Children eating as they look out to sea 34. MS boys competing in drawing contest 35. Boy tries to eat crispy rice snack without hands in game 36. Man beating water container as drum 37. Children playing music on the beach

News Footage Tape 1: (TRT: 2’05”) BANDA ACEH 1. Medium shot, Brigitta Renyaan massaging scalp of boy inside tent

2. Close up, boy’s head being massaged 3. CU Brigitta Renyaan’s face 4. CU boy’s head, Brigitta moves to other side 5. WS Brigitta pulling boy’s fingers 6. CU Brigitta’s hand pulling fingers 7. CU boy’s face 8. CU fingers tapping 9. SOUNDBITE: Indonesian; BRIGITTA RENYAAN; “Acehnese children have a two-part trauma. Not only are they dealing with the trauma from the tsunami but the also have years of trauma from the rebel conflict.” 10. WS Brigitta leading group of children in massage therapy 11. CU girl tapping her forehead 12. WS two children tapping bodies 13. CU boy tapping his face 14. WS Brigitta massaging boy’s shoulders 15. CU Brigitta’s fingers massaging shoulder 16. CU feet 17. WS group standing and rocking 18. SOUNDBITE, Indonesian; BRIGITTA RENYAAN; “I use the energy within my body to transmit it to the other person and this energy empowers that person to heal themselves.” 19. Reverse angle of Brigitta leading group therapy

News Footage Tape 2 (TRT: 2’41”) BANDA ACEH 1. Exterior of children’s center in Banda Aceh 2. CU UNICEF logo 3. Various - girls playing with dolls in children’s center 4. WS children drawing in center 5. Various - girl drawing

6. CU other girl drawing 7. CU pencil drawing on paper 8. Zoom Out toys in box to shot of center 9. MS girls dancing at children’s center 10. CU girl’s feet as she dances 11. MS girls dancing 12 – 13. Parents of missing children look at photos of registered children at children’s center 14 – 15. Photos of registered children (surviving children registered at children’s center) 16. CU Photos 17. Volunteer at children’s center putting registrations into computer 18. CU hands on keyboard 19. CU computer monitor with children’s photos 20. WS children playing game in children’s center 21. CU playing chess 22. WS boys playing chess in tent 23. SOUNDBITE, English; ISABELLA CASTROGIOVANNI, Child Protection Officer; “UNICEF strongly believes that building a safe and protective environment for children in emergencies, and in general, in a stable situation, is the best way to support their recovery and the healing process.” 24. WS children’s activity on beach outside Banda Aceh 25. Children eating as they look out to sea 26. MS boys competing in drawing contest 27. Boy tries to eat crispy rice snack without hands in game 28. Man beating water container as drum 29. Children playing music on the beach