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Underreported: Mia Farrow on the DRC

Thursday, December 18, 2008

Actress and UNICEF ambassador Mia Farrow just returned from a humanitarian trip to the Democratic Republic of Congo. She tells us what she saw, what’s being done to stop the spread of cholera there, why fighting has resumed, and whether children are again being recruited to serve as soldiers in the DRC.

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Mia Farrow

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Comments [5]

Damian from Manhattan

www.unicefusa.org
1-800-4UNICEF

Dec. 18 2008 02:08 PM
Kathy from Glen Cove, NY

There is an organization called EngenderHealth (website: www.engenderhealth.org) that supports a major global project to focus on the treatment and prevention of fistula. It works in partnership with CARE, IntraHealth, Meridian Group International and additional public and private groups to address this horrible result of violent rape.

Dec. 18 2008 01:59 PM
KC from Manhattan

I am listening to Ms. Farrow's account and feel at a loss as to where to begin offering my assistance. Is a donation to UNICEF the best start?

Dec. 18 2008 01:44 PM
cmb from Harlem

I was wondering if Ms. Farrow could speak about the widespread use of sexual violence in the DRC.

Dec. 18 2008 01:34 PM
Martin from Brooklyn

I met Ms. Farrow's son Ronan at a UN event a few years ago and was very impressed by his dedication to human rights. Is Ronan still working with Ms. Farrow and has he graduated from Yale Law? Thanks

Dec. 18 2008 01:09 PM

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