UN, World Bank calls for sustained funding for Somalia

STORY: UN, World Bank calls for sustained funding for Somalia TRT: 04:32 SOURCE: UNSOM STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS GROUP RESTRICTIONS: This media asset is free for editorial broadcast, print, online and radio use. It is not to be sold…

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STORY: UN, World Bank calls for sustained funding for Somalia
TRT: 04:32
SOURCE: UNSOM STRATEGIC COMMUNICATIONS AND PUBLIC AFFAIRS GROUP
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LANGUAGE: ENGLISH NATURAL SOUND
DATELINE: 12/SEPTEMBER/2019, MOGADISHU, BAIDOA, SOMALIA

SHOT LIST:

MOGADISHU:
1. Wide shot, a plane carrying Mark Lowcock, Under-Secretary-General (USG) for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator, Oscar Taranco-Fernandez, Assistant Secretary-General (ASG) for Peacebuilding Support, and Mahmoud Mohieldin, the World Bank’s Senior Vice-President (SVP) for the 2030 Development Agenda arriving at Aden Abdulle International airport
2. Close up shot, air marshal signaling the plane
3. Wide shot, the plane taxiing
3. Med shot, participants listening
4. Med shot, the delegation getting off the plane
5. Wide shot, USG Mark Lowcock, ASG Fernandez-Taranco and SVP Mohieldin being greeted by Hamza Said Hamza, Somalia Federal Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Disaster Management
6. Med shot, other members of the delegation being received on arrival
7. Wide shot, the delegation walking
8. Close up shot, Somalia National flags
9. Wide shot, Minister Hamza Said Hamza having a chat with USG Mark Lowcock at the Aden Abdulle airport VIP lounge
10. Close up shot, Minister Hamza Said Hamza
11. Close up shot, USG Mark Lowcock
12. Med shot, Minister Hamza Said Hamza and USG Mark Lowcock talking
13. Wide shot, USG Mark Lowcock in a meeting with UN agencies working in Somalia
14. Med shot, members at the meeting
15. Med shot, members listening at the meeting
16. Close up shot, USG Mark Lowcock
17. Med shot, USG Mark Lowcock speaking at the meeting with SVP Mohieldin
18. Close up shot, members listening
19. Med shot, USG Mark Lowcock speaking
20. Wide shot, SVP Mohieldin speaking

BAIDOA:

21. Wide shot, Hassan Ali Khaire, Somalia Prime Minister meeting with the delegation
22. Med shot, Prime Minister Hassan Ali Khaire speaking at the meeting
23. Med shot, the delegation listening
24. Close up shot, Prime Minister Hassan Ali Khaire
25. Wide shot, Prime Minister Hassan Ali Khaire speaking
26. Med shot, touring the ongoing works at a stadium in Baidoa
27. Med shot, the delegation listening to a site manager
28. Close up shot, Hamza Said Hamza, Somalia Federal Minister of Humanitarian Affairs and Disaster Management talks to SVP Mohieldin
29. Wide shot, USG Mark Lowcock and ASG Fernandez-Taranco preparing to shake hands with the football teams
30. Med shot, USG Mark Lowcock and ASG Fernandez-Taranco shaking hands with the teams
31. Med shot, USG Mark Lowcock shaking hands with the players

PRESS BRIEFING:

32. Med shot, USG Mark Lowcock, ASG Fernandez-Taranco, and SVP Mohieldin arriving to address the media
33. Close up shot, a journalist covering
34. SOUNDBITE: (English) Mark Lowcock, United Nation Under-Secretary-General (USG) for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator Mark Lowcock
“Notwithstanding all the action that has been taken to deal with the humanitarian need some months ago, there is a continued need which requires to be addressed by additional financing just to safeguard the humanitarian situation over the next several months,”

35. Close up shot, a journalist covering
36. SOUNDBITE: (English) Mark Lowcock, United Nations Under-Secretary-General (USG) for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator Mark Lowcock
“The latest food security analysis for Somalia shows that the response is working. One million fewer Somalis are hungry today than we had thought would be the case and that is because there was collective international response three months ago when it became clear the country was running into problems and that those problems have been manifested as you all know it has been one of the worst Gu’u main harvest the country has seen for many many years”

37. SOUNDBITE: (English) Mahmoud Mohieldin, World Bank Group’s Senior Vice President for the 2030 Development Agenda, United Nations Relations, and Partnerships
“We are engaged in a variety of projects and all of these projects have been studied very well. Many of them are in partnership with the UN system, NGOs and of course the government. I am happy that the private sector of the World Bank Group, the IFC is engaged in a variety of projects as well to support micro enterprises, finance and basic trade facilitations,”

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