Earthquake diary
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Earthquake Diary: 27 May by Liu Lei
Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China: As the IFRC team in Sichuan gets stronger, more volunteer interpreters are needed. Just over these last three days, people from ten different fields have joined the team.  Read entry

Children were particularly affected by the Sichuan earthquake. (H. Liu/UNV)
Earthquake Diary: 26 May by Liu Hui
Sichuan Province, China: Among the most severely affected after the Sichuan earthquake are children.   Read entry

Volunteer medical personnel advance through the rubble after the Sichuan earthquake. (H. Liu/UNV)
Earthquake Diary: 25 May by Liu Hui
Mianyang, Sichuan province, China: Among the many volunteers dealing with the aftermath of the Sichuan earthquake are hundreds of doctors, nurses and other medical staff. With the roads in poor repair, they must often travel on foot dressed as if for the surgery.  Read entry

UNV volunteer Liu Hui comforts a girl affected by the Sichuan earthquake. (H. Liu/UNV)
Earthquake Diary: 24 May by Liu Hui
Mianyang, Sichuan province, China: Joining Mr. Liu Lei in Sichuan are two more UNV volunteers, Ms. Liu Wei and Mr. Gao Wei. Ms. Wei will be contributing photographs for the earthquake diary.  Read entry

Earthquake Diary: 23 May by Liu Lei
Mianyang, Sichuan province, China: In order to make the best use of the IFRC tents, we negotiate with the Mianyang Red Cross that all family tents will only be used by hospitals and schools; small tents go to individual refugees. According to the plan, together with the regional health delegate UNV will help track the usage and operate an inspection to avoid abuse of the system.  Read article


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