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car over the w.h.o. as concerns about safety. and icelanders get back to the dance floor. experience tell us about the future of post corona. welcome to the program millions of children around the world are facing a surge in violence forced labor and early marriage during the coronavirus crisis that's the warning of the leading children's aid organization world vision in a new report it estimates that lockdown measures put in place to protect people actually putting vulnerable children in greater risk. schools out in ivory coast this was march since then hundreds of millions of boys and girls around the world have been lost. no classrooms no playgrounds and
nowhere to run. charities are warning that the very measures meant to protect them could see them fall victim to violence. like 12 year old could be in bangladesh whose father is out of work. and hits us if we ask for more food is frustrated and angry. it's hard to concentrate because i'm hungry. i have headaches and sometimes feel dizzy. everything around me seems prairie. across bangladesh world vision has been helping children whose family lives have been turned upside down by this virus but these are unprecedented times. this crisis. is like nothing. or.
we're already. certain it's all. of us or. out world vision estimates that $85000000.00 more children may be exposed to violence during quarantine in bangladesh beatings by parents increased by 40 percent an additional $4000000.00 girls a risk of being forced into marriages in the next 2 years. the u.n. says that spike is the result of families looking to recover financial losses. frontline workers are concerned that feel you have to act know will lead to more trauma in the future. so the. other. is offering our.
thoughts. for months the coronavirus crisis has been one of the lenses and intensive care ward now experts say without extra funding and protection it may give way to a crisis that is longer lasting and harder to heal. we go through this with james elder who's a reasonable communications chief with u.n. children's fund unicef in east and southern africa and he joins us from nairobi welcome to the w. with schools and well fast centers closed and welfare budgets squeezed how sure how do child protection agencies go about detecting this increased abuse well the 2 main ways are a door to door there is a great community facility that's already set up and as much as there are
a lot downs and curfews a lot of places have that ability and then there are phone lines their phone lines are put on 40 days literally being really off the hook so there is still means but it's about detecting and then what we're seeing is those big spikes addressing it is only going to come when you reduce the stresses when mums and dads can go back to work because they don't have a reservoir savings and when kids can go back to school as you as you were listening there previously those are the things otherwise we are looking at a much longer problem and how that night a much bigger effect on kids can be infected by this pandemic and you're seeing this across the world. absolutely i mean this is the region of course on responsible eastern and southern africa and we've seen big spikes the spikes in anxiety big spikes in violence you know those things that we know about children with spouses being trapped with their abuses but it's certainly not unique to this
part of the world at all i've seen you know we've seen reports in rich countries where we've got similar things obviously those people in the poorest communities where families are trapped 6 or 7 people in the size of what you have us may consider they keep gen in those stresses and anxieties get worse and wallace doesn't mean is ever an excuse for child abuse it's just that these are some of the causes that we say particularly with hundreds of millions of kids out of school and so where do you see this child protection being done while in these lockdown times well a few places where i am kenyan is doing well south africa is not bad one of the big things that you need as a response you know you of course you have the help lines and you have people that can can detect it but as we've seen in rich countries getting money to the poorest people getting money in the hand has proven over the last decade or more to be hugely successful people will take that money and will amplify it they will you
know keep they will ensure that there's more food on the table they'll find more resources to employ someone else will keep that business elegant so getting money to the poorest people but countries like south africa and kenya have been able to do it they're a little bit wealthier relative to other it's other countries can't and that's why when you've got things like the g 20 is looking at a 5 trillion dollars package for its countries as little as 5 percent of that would be probably one of the most impactful positive things that could be done in the african continent well certainly in my life talk good talking to thank you for joining us and james alba from unicef. it's been touted by u.s. president donald trump on brazil's jr balsa naro as a cure for coverage 19 but evidence has been mounting that the anti-malarial drug hydroxy chloroquine isn't effective and may even be dangerous the world health organization has poor states trial of the drug it cited
a major study published in the last week which found hydroxy chloroquine could cause abnormal heartbeats on worsen patients chances of surviving company 90. minute show had already expressed skepticism about the drug and now it says it will hold his trial while it reviews in safety we're just acting on an abundance of caution based on the recent results will still dish to to ensure that we can continue safely with that i am trying. so where does this w h o decision lead the search for a covered 900 q. we put that question to dr mohamed maneuver by religious to the university of lung castor in england i think if we are going to leave iraq security that is not the end of people we have their drug laws are being tested one of them is superior which is i mean very positive outcome in the beginning like 31 percent people who are recovered need to go and staying at the hospital can be reduced by 4 days going
to c.p.s. can't so therefore my suggestion from the beginning has been that we have to focus all our attention and resources to test drugs like rem that c.b.s. which had some votes up to mohamed $1000000.00 take a look at some other stories making news around the world russian president vladimir putin has announced that the annual military parade to mark world war 2 victory will take place on the 24th of july event was postponed in may because of coronavirus restrictions president putin now says the country has passed the peak of the outbreak. spain is to hold 10 days of mourning for its covered 19 victims from tomorrow flags on the country's public buildings and naval ships will fly at half mast in 27000 people died in spain's pandemic making it one of the world's worst hit countries. french president emmanuel macro has announced an $8000000000.00 euro plan to save the country's car industry from last missed calls
by violence lockdowns a car sales in france are fell by about 90 percent in april compared with the previous year. or even though many coronavirus lock downs are being east lots of us still don't want to go shopping and that's having a catastrophic impact on the vitale in the street a survey by the german retail trade association shows that nearly one in 3 non-food retailers is fighting for survival. saturday used to be shopping day but that doesn't seem to be the case any more. expensive it's eerie here everything's changed to a few passes by people too few potential customers. mark lined the road is touring the 65 or so shoe stores belonging to his family they've come back after the 4 shut down but the customers haven't. since we reopened on
april the 20th we've done 40 to 90 percent less business in the same time last year depending on the location that's a very dramatic drop. not having enough customers is just one problem but the whole atmosphere is poor social distancing measures blocked off areas and queuing in front of stores all discouraging visitors from shopping even if money isn't the problem. romeo give it when we have the money but we're not spending it we don't go out to dinner or to a bar we're not going out to do any shopping either. it's just not any fun right now this doesn't feel normal yet to me as if we're mega cool i used to buy more than i do these days but wearing a mask and sweating in the store i don't feel like doing that. retailers are in a state of emergency where houses are full of stock unsold during lock down winter boots in summer or a hard sell to. the no chance no one's going to buy them until probably
october. instead they're selling what's in high demand disinfectant facemasks that's the shoe stores hottest new trend the manager says she fears for her job but she understands why she's not getting customers yaman. yes you do become more restrained in your shopping habits no one knows how long it will last how long the short time working measures will last it makes you shop more attentively. and. if business doesn't pick up by the summer there might be a wave of retail bankruptcies the more people lose their jobs the less they can buy a vicious circle recovery might still be on the cards if a 2nd wave of the virus can be prevented iceland has reopened its bars and nightclubs after a 9 week coronavirus higher test of the country has led the world in testing its
population for coffee at 19 when the government says the outbreak is now under control so when official permission was granted people had it carefully back to the clubs. monday night in reykjavik for the 1st time in more than 2 months people could meet their friends out for a drink and some were even ready to show off their moves on the dance floor again. right. here in real life like the way. they were. mass testing an early tracing of being cited as the main reasons for iceland's relatively low rates of infection and only 10 people have died from covert 19 in the country. but as iceland's bars are allowed to reopen authorities will be keeping an eye on the situation earlier this month south korea had
a spike in infections after night clubs were reopened there for bar owners that of restrictions is a blessing part 1st after it's just like being born again it's been a hard period but i think we'll come out of this strong at least i hope so. for the bar is finally open those who were hoping to avoid iceland's bright nights and dance until the early hours under disco alights might be disappointed 11 pm is closing time for now. finally we bring you the story of a mountain bear and a brave boy is a video showing a 12 year old alessandra it was out hiking with his family and chanting you know in northern italy and then notice the bear behind him in the bush as his companions gave him quiet he struck. out as i kept calm and kept walking slowly down the mountain later told italian media that he was a bad lover i couldn't wait to see what.
it's time to remind you of our top story a new report by the ngo world vision has predicted the surge in 5 and 6 children because of the conflict 19 pandemic the report says lockdown measures put in place to protect people actually putting millions of children congress. is not the top. of the. language courses. any time anyway.